[openstack-dev] [TripleO] Splitting out dib-core
james.slagle at gmail.com
Fri Jun 26 19:14:38 UTC 2015
On Fri, Jun 26, 2015 at 1:21 PM, Clint Byrum <clint at fewbar.com> wrote:
> Excerpts from Gregory Haynes's message of 2015-06-26 08:17:36 -0700:
>> Hello TripleOers,
>> At the last mid-cycle we briefly discussed whether we should have
>> separate groups for tripleo and DIB core and decided it wasn't
>> necessary. I would like to revisit that topic.
>> It seems clear to me that we have some existing tripleo cores who are
>> becoming less familiar with the tripleo project as a whole but are
>> highly active in the DIB project. We also have new contributors who are
>> fairly active in the DIB project but are not active in the other tripleo
>> projects. I would really like a path where new contributors like this
>> can become core on DIB but that isn't really an option right now with
>> one core group for both tripleo and DIB.
>> I'd like to propose we make a new gerrit group for dib-core and add the
>> existing tripleo-core members to it (note: this is different than adding
>> tripleo-core as a member group of dib-core, which is an alternative).
>> This would mean that new tripleo cores would not automatically be DIB
>> cores, and new DIB cores would not automatically be tripleo cores.
> Why wouldn't we just make dib-core a sub-team for people not familiar
> with the broader TripleO effort, and just add tripleo-core to dib-core?
I would need to double check, but I think this is what we already have.
diskimage-builder-core includes the group tripleo-core in gerrit.
In project-config, diskimage-builder-core is what has +2 on
diskimage-builder. It also has +2 on tripleo-heat-templates and
tripleo-image-elements as well though (since this was it's original
purpose), so we could remove those. We should also probably add +2 on
dib-utils for it as well.
Ok, so I basically just double checked trying to write this :).
Either way, I agree it makes sense to have the ability to give a set
of folks +2 on dib, and not all the tripleo repos in the process, so
that dib is able to grow it's team of core reviewers.
-- James Slagle
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