[Openstack-operators] Operations project: Packaging
derekh at redhat.com
Mon Nov 24 11:58:17 UTC 2014
On 18/11/14 06:16, Michael Chapman wrote:
> Hi all,
> Packaging was one of the biggest points of interest in the Friday Paris
> meeting, and I'd like to use this thread to have a centralised
> discussion and/or argument regarding whether there is a packaging system
> that is flexible enough that we can adopt it as a community and reduce
> the fragmentation. This conversation began in Paris, but will likely
> continue for some time.
> The Friday session indicates that as operators we have common requirements:
> A system that takes the sources from upstream projects and produces
> artifacts (packages or images).
> There are numerous projects that have attempted to solve this problem.
> Some are on stackforge, some live outside. If you are an author or a
> user of one of these systems, please give your opinion.
To throw another project into the mix, I've been working on building
master packages with delorean for a last few months(currently
building for fedora but planning on adding more), the specs being
uses are based off the RDO packaging.
The plan we're slowly working towards will be to allow this packaging
hopefully become the upstream of the RDO packaging for the released
projects. We're also hoping to allow contributions from the whole RDO
community via gerrithub .
If anybody is interested the packaging we are maintaining is on
github, with a yum repository being created for every commit into the
monitored openstack projects
So ya count me in for any discussions happening.
 http://184.108.40.206/repos/report.html (DNS pending)
> Once it becomes clear who is interested in this topic, we can create a
> working group that will move towards standardising on a single system
> that meets the needs of the community. Once the key individuals for this
> project are clear, we can schedule an appropriate meeting time on irc
> for further discussion that will probably be needed.
> - Michael
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