[openstack-dev] [Openstack-operators] Upstream LTS Releases
thierry at openstack.org
Wed Nov 15 13:25:12 UTC 2017
Rochelle Grober wrote:
> This discussion and the people interested in it seem like a perfect application of the SIG process. By turning LTS into a SIG, everyone can discuss the issues on the SIG mailing list and the discussion shouldn't end up split. If it turns into a project, great. If a solution is found that doesn't need a new project, great. Even once there is a decision on how to move forward, there will still be implementation issues and enhancements, so the SIG could very well be long-lived. But the important aspect of this is: keeping the discussion in a place where both devs and ops can follow the whole thing and act on recommendations.
That's an excellent suggestion, Rocky.
Moving the discussion to a SIG around LTS / longer-support / post-EOL
support would also be a great way to form a team to work on that.
Yes, there is a one-time pain involved with subscribing to the -sigs ML,
but I'd say that it's a good idea anyway, and this minimal friction
might reduce the discussion to people that might actually help with
setting something up.
While I'm not sure that's the best name for it, as suggested by Rocky
let's use [lts] as a prefix there.
I'll start a couple of threads.
Thierry Carrez (ttx)
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