[openstack-dev] [Manila] State of 3rd party CI

Asselin, Ramy ramy.asselin at hp.com
Fri Jun 26 22:26:06 UTC 2015

Friendly reminder that there are 3rd party CI weekly meetings [1] for us to come together and work out issues and find ways to make it easier to setup and maintain a 3rd party ci system. 

[1] https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Meetings/ThirdParty#Weekly_Third_Party_meetings


-----Original Message-----
From: Ben Swartzlander [mailto:ben at swartzlander.org] 
Sent: Friday, June 26, 2015 1:17 PM
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Subject: [openstack-dev] [Manila] State of 3rd party CI

Liberty-1 has passed and many exciting things are going on in Manila, and lots of exciting new features have merged or are being worked on but we cannot forget the slightly less-exciting topic of CI systems. Just before the summit I proposed a plan for CI and we agreed to it. The original thread is here:


Most drivers are on track regarding the CI deadlines. As requested, the maintainers for all of the existing drivers (except one) have signed up and committed to implementing a CI system for Manila according to the plan on this etherpad:


The one driver without a maintainer is IBM GPFS. I know that IBM is going to make a decision soon about the maintainer.

Also, I would like to thank NetApp and HP for not waiting until the last minute and getting their CI systems reporting already!

The next deadline is liberty-2 (July 30), and by then I expect that all of the needed accounts in the gerrit system should exist and drivers maintainers should at least be able to demonstrate passing tempest tests on their drivers if not reporting upstream. Any failing tests should have bugs by the next deadline too.

Now that we have a list of maintainers I'm going to check status with each of you to make sure everything is on track. As I have told many people privately, don't be afraid to ask for help! The point of having the staged deadlines is not only to make sure everyone gets started early but also to identify who needs help and to connect them with people who can help. We have several resources in the community who understand CI and have helped others. I want everyone to be successful setting up their CI system because I don't want to submit a single driver removal patch in September.

-Ben Swartzlander

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