that's great news to hear there is progress here!
I merged your patch the other day into Codespeed master. I am going to release a new version this week with it. The current master version also has support for Python 3 and Django 1.8, in case it is relevant to the speed.python.org deployment.
Also ping me any time if you need help.
2015-11-13 16:59 GMT+01:00 Zachary Ware firstname.lastname@example.org:
Thanks to funding from Intel, I've recently been working on getting Codespeed set up on speed.python.org, and finally have everything (mostly) working in a dev environment. At this point I would greatly appreciate having extra eyes on my work to make sure I haven't missed anything obvious, and to smooth out some of the rougher edges.
The part in most need of review is the changes to the PSF Salt configuration to set up and run Codespeed on speed.python.org. The changes can be found in PR #74 on the psf-salt Github repo.
The Codespeed instance is housed in a Github repo owned by me. There's one small patch to the codespeed code, the rest of the changes in my fork are adapting a copy of the sample_project to be our own instance.
The final piece that could use review is the changes to our benchmark repository, currently available in a sandbox repo on hg.python.org.
Please have a look, give it a try if you can, and let me know what needs improvement!
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