[openstack-dev] [Nova] Juno-1 Push and the J-1 (Soft)FeatureProposalFreeze
mikal at stillhq.com
Mon Jun 2 02:40:49 UTC 2014
Thanks for chasing the specs / blueprints process John -- its much appreciated.
On Sat, May 31, 2014 at 3:41 AM, John Garbutt <john at johngarbutt.com> wrote:
> Juno-1 release date is now less than two weeks away:
> In this weeks nova-meeting we decided to apply a kind of
> FeatureProposalFreeze for Juno-1. And that means...
> Reviewers (thats everyone!)
> 1) Please lets give concentrate on reviewing Juno-1 blueprints:
> 2) If you have time, still keep the focus on reviewing more bugs:
> 3) Lets mostly ignore nova-specs reviews, until after Juno-1 is released
> Blueprint Authors
> There will be no more blueprints approved, until after Juno-1. Its
> unlikely that any nova-spec will be approved until after Juno-1.
> If blueprints don't have all the code up for review by early next
> week, you are likely to see your blueprint pushed out into Juno-2, so
> we can concentrate on those that already have all their code up for
> If you have an approved Juno-1 blueprint (or any blueprint):
> * please make sure you get the code up for review ASAP
> * when _all_ the code is up for review, mark the blueprint as NeedsCodeReview
> * when all the code for your blueprint has _merged_ please mark as Implemented
> Blueprints with a small amount of the "expected" code patches up for
> review, have already been moved out of Juno-1, we can move them back
> should there be some kinda of miracle, and the blueprint gets into the
> NeedsCodeReview state in the next few days.
> I don't plan on doing a mass -2 of any non-Juno-1 blueprint patches,
> it seems like overkill. But lets see how things go.
> Bug Fixers
> There are lots of bugs that have fixes submitted with no priority. If
> you have a bug fix up for review, please make sure you tag your bug,
> and work with that areas bug lead to make sure you get the priority
> set correctly. It will help us prioritise reviewing your bug fix.
> Our users want us to fix more bugs (and generally answer more of their bugs).
> We also have the Bug Day to help. But our fearless Bug Czar will give
> you more details about that.
> Spec Backlog
> Oh my, we have over 100 specs currently in review. Thank you for so
> many people pitching in to help review things.
> I am looking to find a way to make sure we can "fast track" the little
> blueprints vs big blueprints, to make sure what should be quick will
> stay quick.
> I hope that all makes sense. Do bug me on IRC (johnthetubaguy) if you
> have questions!
> This is not meant to be process for the sake of process...
> ... its just me saying "lets focus on getting Juno-1 out the door"
> ... ideas welcome on simplifying this
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