[users at bb.net] Using Buildbot to track machine learning tasks?

Pierre Tardy tardyp at gmail.com
Tue Mar 15 13:33:17 UTC 2016

Hi Joe,
Indeed, buildbot is designed to be a pretty generic task runner framework.
It does not have to be triggered by source code change.
The features you'll probably need are:
authentication plugins:

And you'll probably need a custom buildstep to output your results as a


Le mar. 15 mars 2016 à 13:41, . <joes.mailing.lists at gmail.com> a écrit :

> Hi,
>   I have some limited experience using Buildbot for automated testing, but
> I am interested in the possibility of utilizing it for tracking
> long-running machine learning tasks.
>   At first blush it seems like it would be a good fit for this sort of
> task, particularly because of how easy it is to customize many aspects of
> the build process.
>   The idea is to use it as a platform to launch and track the training of
> statistical models at work, then provide a nice summary of the results
> (training/testing/regressions/comparisons) when they are prepared.
>   I interested in starting with the latest version (still-beta?) of
> Buildbot and am basically just curious if there are any other
> users/developers out there that have some kind of experience (bad or good)
> of using Buildbot for this sort of task (for which it was not explicitly
> designed).
> Cheers!
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