[openstack-dev] [oslo] change to Oslo release process to support stable branch requirement caps

Ihar Hrachyshka ihrachys at redhat.com
Mon Dec 1 14:31:14 UTC 2014

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Are we going to have stable releases for those branches?

On 01/12/14 15:19, Doug Hellmann wrote:
> As part of setting up version caps for Oslo and client libraries in
> the stable branches, we discovered that the fact that we do not
> always create stable branches of the Oslo libraries means the
> check-requirements-integration-dsvm job in stable branches is
> actually looking at the requirements in master branches of the
> libraries, and failing in a lot of cases. With the move away from
> alpha version numbers toward version caps and patch releases, we’re
> going to change the Oslo release processes so that at the end of a
> cycle we always create a stable branch from the final version of
> each library released in the cycle.
> Thanks to Clark and Thierry for helping by creating stable/icehouse
> and stable/juno branches for most of the libraries, though we’ve
> discovered one or two that we missed so we’re still working on a
> few cases.
> For Kilo, we will branch all of the library repositories at the end
> of the cycle, probably following the same process as is used for
> the other projects (though the details remain to be worked out).
> Thanks, Doug _______________________________________________ 
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