[openstack-dev] [all] QPID incompatible with python 3 and untested in gate -- what to do?
doug at doughellmann.com
Wed Apr 15 17:48:30 UTC 2015
Excerpts from Clint Byrum's message of 2015-04-15 10:15:11 -0700:
> Excerpts from Sean Dague's message of 2015-04-14 16:54:30 -0700:
> > It's time to be honest about the level of support that comes with those
> > other backends, deprecate the plugability, and move on to more
> > interesting problems. We do have plenty of them to solve. :) Perhaps in
> > doing so we could get a better Rabbit implementation and make life
> > easier for everyone.
> I think you're right about most of this, so +1*
> *I want to suggest that having this pluggable isn't the problem. Merging
> drivers without integration testing and knowledgeable resources from
> interested parties is the problem. If there isn't a well defined gate
> test, and a team of people willing to respond to any and all issues with
> that infrastructure committed, then the driver should not be shipped
> with oslo.messaging.
I tend to agree, although it's up to the oslo-messaging-core team to
decide what they want to support.
A general note on these sorts of conversations:
It's very easy to look at the state of OpenStack testing now and
say, "we must have integration test jobs for oslo.messaging!" Don't
forget that most of the work in this repo came out of Nova at a
time when there was no such thing, and we've only just settled on
good processes for managing third-party testing of that sort in
Nova, Cinder, and Neutron. We've been watching that work with
interest, but given the small size of the team currently maintaining
the library, it wasn't necessarily the highest priority.
That said, I know Mehdi and others have been working on setting up
integration test jobs, and I expect that at some point in the
not-too-distant future we'll need to discuss putting a rule into
place for these drivers just like the other projects have for their
drivers. We don't yet have a sufficiently strong test suite to do
that, though, so requiring test jobs now would be premature.
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