>None of us like to see a messy environment.
It’s disrespectful to the people around us and just plain unhealthy in many cases. The same needs to be held true for our builds when sharing a common environment. In our case it is the amount of litter and debris our builds leave behind when they are completed.
Each Job on the Hudson service has a Disk Space Usage graph. Ideally we only want to keep the important information that is necessary for debugging a failed build. Generally this may be a few artifacts, and some important log files. Anything else is extraneous litter that affects the overall environment our builds need to live in. I have some work myself to do with the wst.xsl build, the workspace should not be using 2GB of diskspace.