[stackalytics] Moving stackalytics configuration file to github repo
pabelanger at redhat.com
Fri Apr 19 21:28:34 UTC 2019
On Thu, Apr 18, 2019 at 10:50:12PM +0400, Sergey Nikitin wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> Every day Stackalytics team works on new features.
> One of these features is a statistics collecting for non OpenStack
> projects. For example Kubernetes .
> Stackalytics project has configuration file (default_data.json), which
> contains a lot of data, including user properties. Such as name, launchpad
> ID, github ID, email and companies.
> It's a usual situation when a contributor change his/her email or find a
> better job in new company.
> To do not loose stats which were pinned with old email or to point that
> he/she now work in new company contributor must add/modify his/her record
> in default_data.json config file.
> This config file was in `etc` directory in stackalytics repo .
> But we moved this file to new github repository .
> It was made to do not force non OpenStack contributors use OpenStack Gerrit
> to update their stackalytics profiles.
> From this moment if you want to update your stackalytics profile you must
> create a pull request to the new github repo . The new data will be
> applied within 12 hours after pull request merge.
I'd much rather see default_data split so openstack related info can
continue to be hosted on gerrit (opendev) and others github. Asking the
openstack community to now use github when gerrit works just as well is
a pretty large ask.
> All current patches with user data changes from stackalytics gerrit  are
> still valid and will be applied and moved to  after approve. So do not
> worry about them.
> More information about user data updating you can find in Stackalytics Wiki
> page .
> If you have any questions we will be glad to answer.
> Stackalytics team.
>  https://www.stackalytics.com/cncf?project_type=kubernetes
>  https://github.com/stackalytics/default_data
>  https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Stackalytics#Company_affiliation
> Best Regards,
> Sergey Nikitin
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