[openstack-dev] [OpenStack-Infra] [infra] Third Party CI naming and contact (action required)
lucas at midokura.com
Thu Aug 14 18:50:21 UTC 2014
Midokura CI should be up to date now too.
We have a problem with zuul-merger when the host id of review.openstack.org
changes. In this case, the new rsa key has to be added manually otherwise
the build will fail with a:
This change was unable to be automatically merged with the current state of
the repository. Please rebase your change and upload a new patchset
So if the review.openstack.org host changes soon it will start failing
That said, taking into account that August is the usual vacation month in
Europe and probably in some other parts as well, end of August sounds like
a tight deadline. Also, I have been attending to third-party meetings
regularly but the last one (I have checked the logs) and I feel like an
announcement for these new requirements should have been done there.
Have a great summer!
On Wed, Aug 13, 2014 at 8:23 PM, James E. Blair <corvus at inaugust.com> wrote:
> We've updated the registration requirements for third-party CI systems
> We now have 86 third-party CI systems registered and have undertaken an
> effort to make things more user-friendly for the developers who interact
> with them. There are two important changes to be aware of:
> 1) We now generally name third-party systems in a descriptive manner
> including the company and product they are testing. We have renamed
> currently-operating CI systems to match these standards to the best of
> our abilities. Some of them ended up with particularly bad names (like
> "Unknown Function..."). If your system is one of these, please join us
> in #openstack-infra on Freenode to establish a more descriptive name.
> 2) We have established a standard wiki page template to supply a
> description of the system, what is tested, and contact information for
> each system. See https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/ThirdPartySystems for
> an index of such pages and instructions for creating them. Each
> third-party CI system will have its own page in the wiki and it must
> include a link to that page in every comment that it leaves in Gerrit.
> If you operate a third-party CI system, please ensure that you register
> a wiki page and update your system to link to it in every new Gerrit
> comment by the end of August. Beginning in September, we will disable
> systems that have not been updated.
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> OpenStack-Infra at lists.openstack.org
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