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Hudson actually exists as two separate but coordinated OSS projects. Hudson core -- the WAR file you download and run and several key plug-ins are all hosted here at Eclipse. However, there many plug-ins which are not part of core and were not part of the inital code contribution. These plug-ins are all hosted in the separate java.net project [http://java.net/projects/hudson-plugins hudson-plugins]. Needless to say although these are two physically separate projects it's all logically one community.  
 
Hudson actually exists as two separate but coordinated OSS projects. Hudson core -- the WAR file you download and run and several key plug-ins are all hosted here at Eclipse. However, there many plug-ins which are not part of core and were not part of the inital code contribution. These plug-ins are all hosted in the separate java.net project [http://java.net/projects/hudson-plugins hudson-plugins]. Needless to say although these are two physically separate projects it's all logically one community.  
  
== So Why Two Places Exactly? ==
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== So Why Two Places Exactly? ==
  
Well Hudson is more than just the core, plug-ins play a huge part in most users Hudson installs. Not all plug-ins, however, are maintained by the core Hudson team of committers, nore will all plug-ins be suitable for EPL licensing. By hosting the Hudson Plug-in community at Java.net a complete infrastructure can be maintained for developers who want to create plug-ins and license them say under the MIT license.
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Well Hudson is more than just the core, plug-ins play a huge part in most users Hudson installs. Not all plug-ins, however, are maintained by the core Hudson team of committers, nore will all plug-ins be suitable for EPL licensing. By hosting the Hudson Plug-in community at Java.net a complete infrastructure can be maintained for developers who want to create plug-ins and license them say under the MIT license.  
  
Over time most of the core documentation, issues etc will migrate across to the Eclipse.
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== So Where Do I....?  ==
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| Get Help?
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| The best places to engage with the community are explained on the [[Hudson-ci/getting_involved|]]Getting Involved page. Here you will find links to the User Forum, the mailing lists and the IRC channel
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| Find general information and  documentation about Hudson
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| A great place to start is here in the [[Hudson-ci|Eclipse wiki]]. You may find the [[The Hudson Book|Hudson Book]] an invaluable reference as well 
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| Find out about a particular plugin
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| The Plug-in are listed over on the the [http://wiki.hudson-ci.org/display/HUDSON/Plugins Hudson Plug-in wiki]
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| Log an issue / bug against the Hudson core
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| If in doubt you can log issues using the Eclipse Bugzilla system.
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| Log an issue / bug against a plug-in not included in core
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Where Does Hudson Live?

Hudson actually exists as two separate but coordinated OSS projects. Hudson core -- the WAR file you download and run and several key plug-ins are all hosted here at Eclipse. However, there many plug-ins which are not part of core and were not part of the inital code contribution. These plug-ins are all hosted in the separate java.net project hudson-plugins. Needless to say although these are two physically separate projects it's all logically one community.

So Why Two Places Exactly?

Well Hudson is more than just the core, plug-ins play a huge part in most users Hudson installs. Not all plug-ins, however, are maintained by the core Hudson team of committers, nore will all plug-ins be suitable for EPL licensing. By hosting the Hudson Plug-in community at Java.net a complete infrastructure can be maintained for developers who want to create plug-ins and license them say under the MIT license.

So Where Do I....?

Get Help? The best places to engage with the community are explained on the [[Hudson-ci/getting_involved|]]Getting Involved page. Here you will find links to the User Forum, the mailing lists and the IRC channel
Find general information and  documentation about Hudson A great place to start is here in the Eclipse wiki. You may find the Hudson Book an invaluable reference as well 
Find out about a particular plugin The Plug-in are listed over on the the Hudson Plug-in wiki
Log an issue / bug against the Hudson core If in doubt you can log issues using the Eclipse Bugzilla system.
Log an issue / bug against a plug-in not included in core