[openstack-dev] [Keystoneclient] [Keystone] [Solum] Last released version of keystoneclient does not work with python33

Adrian Otto adrian.otto at rackspace.com
Thu Dec 5 05:08:29 UTC 2013

Hi Morgan!

Stackforge projects can be configured to make the CLA optional. I am willing to speak to the HTTPretty maintainers about the benefits of stackforge. Do we happen to know any of them? If not I can track them down through email.



-------- Original message --------
From: Morgan Fainberg
Date:12/04/2013 6:17 PM (GMT-08:00)
To: Jamie Lennox ,"OpenStack Development Mailing List (not for usage questions)"
Subject: Re: [openstack-dev] [Keystoneclient] [Keystone] [Solum] Last released version of keystoneclient does not work with python33

On December 4, 2013 at 18:05:07, Jamie Lennox (jamielennox at redhat.com<mailto://jamielennox@redhat.com>) wrote:

On Wed, 2013-12-04 at 20:48 -0500, David Stanek wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 6:44 PM, Adrian Otto
> <adrian.otto at rackspace.com> wrote:
> Jamie,
> Thanks for the guidance here. I am checking to see if any of
> our developers might take an interest in helping with the
> upstream work. At the very least, it might be nice to have
> some understanding of how much work there is to be done in
> HTTPretty.
> (Dolph correct me if I am wrong, but...)
> I don't think that there is much work to be done beyond getting that
> pull request merged upstream. Dolph ran the tests using the code from
> the pull request somewhat successfully. The errors that we saw were
> just in keystoneclient code.

But I don't think that there own test suite runs under py33 with that
branch. So they've hit the main issues, but we won't get a release in
that state.

Should we offer to bring HTTPretty under something like stackforge and leverage our CI infrastructure?  Not sure how open the owner/maintainers would be to this, but it would help to solve that issue… downside is that pull-requests are no longer (gerrit instead) used and IIRC CLA is still required for stackforge projects (might be a detractor).  Just a passing thought (that might be irrelevant depending on the owner/maintainer’s point of view).


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