[stable][kolla] EOL kolla ocata branch
mark at stackhpc.com
Tue Apr 2 15:33:42 UTC 2019
On Fri, 21 Dec 2018 at 14:53, Matt Riedemann <mriedemos at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 12/21/2018 7:58 AM, Eduardo Gonzalez wrote:
> > I don't fully understand what's the process for extended maintenance
> > mode, who is responsible of the management and to take care of it. Is
> > the core group responsible at all of the branch? Change any policy
> > regarding what can be merged, backport, etc?
> Details are in .
> The same project stable core team is responsible for the branch, it
> doesn't transfer to some new stable EM core team.
> The appropriate fix model is essentially the same - only backport fixes,
> not features, no new dependencies, etc. Gauge risk vs reward as normal.
> > Ocata branch has been unmaintained for a few months until a couple of
> > patches fixes before putting into EOL. If someone wants to maintain
> > ocata, I guess we should tag as EM.
> Generally if CI is still working for the branch and people are using it,
> and it's not a burden, it's fine to leave it open. If it starts failing
> CI and no one is caring for it (fixing CI issues etc) then it's
> acceptable to move to EOL after 6 months (see the "Unmaintained" section
> in ).
Just pointing out that the last successful run of at least one of the
periodic kolla image publish job was at 2019-01-07T06:06:47. If anyone is
using Ocata and wants to maintain this, please get in touch. Otherwise I
guess we'll mark is as unmaintained on 2019-07-07.
It does seem a bit wasteful of CI resources to have 6 months of failing
periodic jobs. Should we disable them on the ocata branch until a volunteer
> > Should the core group vote this decision or is something decided based
> > of people whiling to maintaining the branch?
> It's really up to the core group. If there are people willing to
> maintain the branch outside of the core group, they should work with the
> core group, essentially like a liaison.
>  https://docs.openstack.org/project-team-guide/stable-branches.html
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