[openstack-dev] [tripleo] The Weekly Owl - 3rd Edition

Emilien Macchi emilien at redhat.com
Tue Dec 19 17:09:06 UTC 2017

Note: this is the third edition of a weekly update of what happens in
TripleO, with a little touch of fun.
The goal is to provide a short reading (less than 5 minutes) to learn
where we are and what we're doing.
Any contributions and feedback are welcome.

| General announcements |

+--> Focus is on Queens-m3: stabilization.
+--> New contributor: Donny Davis. Welcome here and please let us know
any question!
+--> From now Queens specs will be moved to Rocky cycle.
+--> No meeting during the next 2 weeks, back on January 9th.

| Continuous Integration |

+--> Rover is Ronelle and ruck is John. Please let them know any new CI issue.
+--> RDO Infra is still under maintenance (upgrade) so promotion jobs
can't run properly.
+--> Master promotion is 12 days, Pike is 16 days and Ocata is 13 days.
+--> New sprint started last week!  Some asks are postponed from last
sprint, due to RDO Cloud upgrade.
+--> Some ongoing plans to have TLS everywhere CI job in periodic
pipeline of RDO Infra.
+--> More: https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/tripleo-ci-squad-meeting

| Upgrades |

+--> Reviews are needed, please check the etherpads
+--> Excellent progress on CI: O->P job repository issues fixed, new
experimental jobs for new workflow in Queens, FFU CI still WIP.
+--> More: https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/tripleo-upgrade-squad-status
and https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/tripleo-upgrade-squad-meeting

| Containers |

+--> Still working on getting undercloud containerized.
+--> Work continues on k8s integration (LBs, etc).
+--> Progress on the "container-prepare-workflow" blueprint
+--> More: https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/tripleo-containers-squad-status

| Integration |

+--> The squad is now using PTL's location (Denver) wind speed to set
the default fork count in Ceph deployments. We all *hope* it'll help
with scale issues.
+--> It was a joke, the squad is still looking for the right formula,
see thread http://lists.openstack.org/pipermail/openstack-dev/2017-November/124751.html
+--> More: https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/tripleo-integration-squad-status

| UI/CLI |

+--> Seeking reviews for roles management, waiting for some additional
tripleo-common patches to finish still.
+--> Still working on Pike testing.
+--> More: https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/tripleo-ui-cli-squad-status

| Validations |

+--> A bunch of new validations have merged! Recent validations have
been focused on networking bits.
+--> More: https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/tripleo-validations-squad-status

| Networking |

+--> No updates this week. The team is probably working on getting
TripleO with RFC1149, so we might know next week.
+--> Joke aside, Octavia integration is still making progress and the
team is working on it for Queens cycle.
+--> More: https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/tripleo-networking-squad-status

| Workflows |

+--> The Squad decided to not giving updates this week.
+--> Indeed, since TripleO Workflows are now working perfectly fine,
the team is now working hard on automating ASCII art in TripleO (see
+--> They'll probably exhibit at the next Summit in Vancouver!
+--> More: https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/tripleo-workflows-squad-status

| Owl facts |

The Andaman Barn Owl (Tyto deroepstorffi) is a medium-sized owl with
no ear-tufts. It is also known as the Andaman Masked Owl.
"The facial disc is vinaceous brownish, with a prominent, orange-brown
rim. The eyes are blackish-brown, and the bill cream-coloured.
The entire upperparts, including the wing-coverts, are dark brown with
chocolate-brown patches and fine orange-buffish spots. The wings and
tail are relatively short. The primaries, secondaries, and tail have a
few narrow, darker bars.
The breast is golden-rufous, with blackish spots, becoming paler
towards the belly, which is whitish.
Legs are feathered whitish-ochre to the base of the dark pinkish-grey
toes. Claws are purple-grey."
(source: https://www.owlpages.com/owls/species.php?s=90)

Happy celebrations,
Stay tuned!
Your fellow reporter, Emilien Macchi

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