[openstack-dev] [release][requirements][shade][infra] FFE for zuul-sphinx

Matthew Thode prometheanfire at gentoo.org
Wed Aug 2 21:45:32 UTC 2017

On 17-08-02 16:32:36, Monty Taylor wrote:
> Heya,
> We'd like to request a requirements feature freeze exception to add the 
> zuul-sphinx library.
> zuul-sphinx is an Infra-managed Sphinx extension used to process job 
> documentation for zuul jobs for Zuul v3. Since jobs can be defined in 
> individual project repos in Zuul v3, generating documentation for 
> in-repo jobs is a task that needs to be done in the project itself.
> zuul-sphinx itself will only be used in test-requirements.txt and itself 
> only has dependencies on sphinx and pyyaml.
> We'd like an FFE for it because we're using shade as an early test-case 
> of an OpenStack project that does all of the normal OpenStack things 
> (release management, requirements syncing, devstack jobs) and as shade 
> is release managed we can't otherwise add the extension to document the 
> jobs we're adding.
> Also - in Zuul v3 jobs can be defined in branches as well, so having 
> zuul-sphinx available for stable/pike as we roll it out broadly will be 
> nice. It may worth considering ocata backport - but we can consider that 
> once it's actually needed.
> Anywho - it would be dandy to get an exception on this one.
> Thanks!
> Monty
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This is fine with me, it's not used anywhere at the moment so doesn't
look to have any knockon effects.


Matthew Thode (prometheanfire)
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