[openstack-dev] [tripleo] release status

Emilien Macchi emilien at redhat.com
Wed Dec 14 22:21:03 UTC 2016

On Tue, Dec 13, 2016 at 5:02 PM, Emilien Macchi <emilien at redhat.com> wrote:
> I thought it would be useful to share our roadmap for TripleO releases.
> As a reminder, this is the official source of trust for OpenStack
> releases schedule:
> https://releases.openstack.org/ocata/schedule.html
> Over the last weeks, we discussed about how TripleO project would
> produce better releases without stressing people at pushing for
> features late in cycles.
> - tripleo-specs for Ocata need to be merged by ocata-2 or will be
> postponed to Pike.
> - blueprints scheduled for ocata-2 with good progress will be
> postponed to ocata-3.

done. Though I found 44 blueprints for ocata-3 too big, we'll review
them and eventually postpone some of them, as this number doesn't
sound realistic.

> - blueprints scheduled for ocata-2 with zero or low progress will be
> postponed to pike-1.

I did that operation today. Please let me know if you disagree if your
blueprint moved to pike-1 and we can discuss about it.

> - we'll release ocata-2 end of this week.

done: https://review.openstack.org/#/c/410958/

> - we'll release a new Newton release next week.
> - by the end of ocata-3, we'll stop pushing for features except
> Composable Upgrades which is our critical thing during this cycle.
> Anything else will be frozen and postponed to Pike.
> - we'll threat FFE case by case but if the FFE is not related to a
> blueprint that was targeted for ocata-3, no need to ask, it will be
> rejected.
> - between end of ocata-3 and final ocata release, we have 5 weeks. We
> might want to spend time on stabilization, bug fixing (we currently
> have more than 100 bugs open, just for ocata-2) and keep CI stable
> until final release. The last thing we want is to push for last
> features and stress people because it breaks all the things.
> Please provide any feedback, it's highly welcome.
> --
> Emilien Macchi

Emilien Macchi

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