Welcome to the MeeGo / OBS Web Interface guide. We'll show you how you can login and use the interface being hosted at build.meego.com. This includes login, creation of the personal home: project, monitoring and creating a simple package using the interface.
Please note: you'll need an account to access the build service server. See this page on the progress of the Community Builder.
Open your favourite browser and navigate to https://build.meego.com. You'll be directed to the startpage.
To proceed, you'll need to login and authenticate with your username and your password. Either enter the data in the upper right corner or click on the login button in the middle.
After successful authentication, you'll end up on the startpage again - with new options visible. We'll go through most of them in detail, but first lets create your home: in the next step.
Every developer has his home:<userid> project where he has write access by default. This is like your personal project or dashboard where you can experiment and play. But first you need to enter some lines to describe your home project. Click on the link "Home Project" on the left side and answer the questions.
Now you are redirected to your home: . It will be empty for now, but as you see in the picture below, you can add packages containing the sources/build reciepes and projects which are the containers for the build targets. As you can see, you're the default maintainer which grants you full write access to this project. You're also the bugowner of your project.
Lets leave for now your home: for a bit and explore the build service. Click on "My Projects" on the upper left side. This opens a page listing your watched projects and your involvements in projects or packages.
Now lets visit the main monitor page by clicking on "Server Status". You see here the status of the services, some graphs and graphics showing the currently running and completed jobs an the overall load.
This guide gave an introduction on how to login, setup your home: and how to reach "My Projects" and the "Server Status" pages. Now its time to create your own package and build it. Click here to open the 2nd part.