[openstack-dev] [nova][nova-docker] Time to retire nova-docker?
celik.esra at tubitak.gov.tr
Mon Dec 26 13:23:28 UTC 2016
It is very sad to hear nova-docker's retirement. Me and my team (3) are working for a cloud computing laboratory and we were very keen on working with nova-docker.
After some research about its current state I saw these mails. Will you actually propose another equivalent to nova-docker or is it just the lack of contributors to this project?
Some of the contributors previously advised us the magnum project instead of nova-docker, however it does not satisfy our needs because of the additional virtualization layer it needs.
If the main problem is the lack of contributors we may participate in this project.
Any o pinions?
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> Kimden: "Matt Riedemann" <mriedem at linux.vnet.ibm.com>
> Kime: openstack-dev at lists.openstack.org
> Gönderilenler: 23 Aralık Cuma 2016 6:30:53
> Konu: Re: [openstack-dev] [nova][nova-docker] Time to retire nova-docker?
> On 12/22/2016 8:26 PM, Tony Breeds wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I know this comes up from time to time, but as the subject says, is it time
> > to retire nova-docker.
> > The nova-docker has lagged behind the last 6 months of nova development and
> > no
> > longer passes simple CI unit tests. There are open patches to at least get
> > the
> > unit tests to pass but if the current core team no longer has time (no
> > offence intended) then perhaps we should just archive it.
> > Thoughts?
> > Yours Tony.
> > 
> > https://review.openstack.org/#/q/status:open+project:openstack/nova-docker+branch:master+topic:fixes_for_master
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> +1 for what it's worth.
> People show up in the nova channel in IRC from time to time (maybe once
> or twice per year) asking about the state of the driver and I send them
> to the nova-docker IRC channel, but also explain it's not really maintained.
> I know people are running it and hacking on it outside of the community
> repo, which is fine, and if someone doing that wanted to stand up and
> say they wanted to own the repo and be the core team I'd be fine with
> that too, but so far no one has done that in the last few years. If
> you're already maintaining it outside of the community I don't know why
> you wouldn't just do that development in the open, and maybe get a free
> bug fix at times from another contributor, but I suppose people have
> their reasons (secret sauce and all that). So meh.
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