[openstack-dev] [all] Organizing a Gate Blocking Bug Fix Day - Mon Jan 27th
sean at dague.net
Thu Jan 9 15:30:35 UTC 2014
Minor correction, we're going to do this on Jan 27th, to be after the i2
push, as I don't think there is time organize this prior.
It will also be a good way to start the i3 push by trying to get the
gate back in shape so that we can actually land what people need to land
On 01/09/2014 07:46 AM, Sean Dague wrote:
> I think we are all agreed that the current state of Gate Resets isn't
> good. Unfortunately some basic functionality is really not working
> reliably, like being able to boot a guest to a point where you can ssh
> into it.
> These are common bugs, but they aren't easy ones. We've had a few folks
> digging deep on these, but we, as a community, are not keeping up with
> So I'd like to propose Gate Blocking Bug Fix day, to be Monday Jan 20th.
> On that day I'd ask all core reviewers (and anyone else) on all projects
> to set aside that day to *only* work on gate blocking bugs. We'd like to
> quiet the queues to not include any other changes that day so that only
> fixes related to gate blocking bugs would be in the system.
> This will have multiple goals:
> #1 - fix some of the top issues
> #2 - ensure we classify (ER fingerprint) and register everything we're
> seeing in the gate fails
> #3 - ensure all gate bugs are triaged appropriately
> I'm hopefully that if we can get everyone looking at this one a single
> day, we can start to dislodge the log jam that exists.
> Specifically I'd like to get commitments from as many PTLs as possible
> that they'll both directly participate in the day, as well as encourage
> the rest of their project to do the same.
Samsung Research America
sean at dague.net / sean.dague at samsung.com
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