[openstack-dev] [openstack-announce] End of life for managed stable/icehouse branches
ihrachys at redhat.com
Thu Jul 16 17:08:14 UTC 2015
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On 07/16/2015 05:08 PM, Thomas Goirand wrote:
> On 07/16/2015 03:29 PM, Ihar Hrachyshka wrote:
>> Working on upstream gate stability obviously does not invalidate
>> any effort to introduce distribution CI votes in gerrit, and I
>> would be happy to see RDO or Ubuntu meaningfully voting on
>> backports. It's my belief though that distribution CI votes
>> cannot serve as a replacement for upstream gate.
> To me, it'd be a way more easy to work out a distribution CI
> *after* a release, than one following trunk. Following trunk is
> nuts, there's always the need for new packages and upgrade
> everything. Just like this week, upgrading python-taskflow made me
> try to: - upgrade mock - as a consequence setuptools - package 2 or
> 3 new 3rd party things - upgrade some other stuff
> For a given release of OpenStack, things aren't moving, so it's
> easier to set it up. If the gate is always broken with upstream
> changes, distributions would not.
> Also, having a CI which does build of packages on each commit, and
> the deployment + test of all that on a multi-node setup, is exactly
> what the Mirantis CI does. I'm not pretending it's easy to do (and
> in fact, it's not...), but at least, we do it for MOS, so it should
> be possible to do for the community version of OpenStack.
> Let's hope we find the time to get this done.
It would be great to see that one voting in upstream. And gate
working. And then there won't be particular reason to drop older branche
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