[Openstack-sigs] [self-healing] Storyboard for tracking SIG actions?
aspiers at suse.com
Tue Nov 28 21:36:55 UTC 2017
Yep, I totally agree that dogfooding within the community is a correct
and responsible course of action :-) I just need to understand how to
set it up when the SIG doesn't have a corresponding git repo on which
to base stories and tasks ... Maybe Thierry or some other Storyboard
expert can chip in here.
Tim Bell <Tim.Bell at cern.ch> wrote:
>While Storyboard may not give us all we need immediately, there seemed to be a general interest to get it to a point where it could meet the communities’ needs. So, if we encounter areas for improvement, we have a chance to get those done. Sometimes, the requests for enhancement when we’re using the ‘community open source’ version of other software can be more difficult.
>I’m tempted to give storyboard a go.. at minimum, we’ll get some new requirements they may like to consider for future effort which would help other SIGs following similar paths to self-healing in future.
>From: Adam Spiers <aspiers at suse.com>
>Reply-To: "openstack-sigs at lists.openstack.org" <openstack-sigs at lists.openstack.org>
>Date: Tuesday, 28 November 2017 at 21:43
>To: "openstack-sigs at lists.openstack.org" <openstack-sigs at lists.openstack.org>
>Subject: Re: [Openstack-sigs] [self-healing] Storyboard for tracking SIG actions?
> Tim Bell <Tim.Bell at cern.ch> wrote:
> >One of the benefits I would see of using Storyboard is that the
> >self-healing SIG will be working with many, many OpenStack projects
> >(since the main work is integrating the functionalities).
> >As some of these will be using Storyboard (either in the short or
> >long term), this would improve our chances of building up appropriate
> >epics without duplicating the action items across multiple systems.
> >Choosing the tools completely independently could risk that we end up
> >having to learn all of them.
> Very good point, Tim. My main hesitation with Storyboard was simply
> ignorance over whether it is ready for serious use yet (and that's
> despite a vague memory of Thierry answering that question recently
> when I asked it ...)
> But Storyboard seems to have come on hugely since I last looked at it,
> so most likely my knowledge was simply out of date. If it is indeed
> ready, I'm more than happy to give it a go.
> That said, it seems to be based on the assumption that all work is
> associated with at least one project (i.e. git repo). Is there a way
> to make it work for a SIG which has no corresponding git repo?
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