[openstack-dev] [oslo][monasca][requirements] Kafka 1.x for Oslo.Messaging and Monasca

Keen, Joe joe.keen at hpe.com
Wed Jun 22 05:34:27 UTC 2016

  We started work on getting Monasca into the global requirements with two
reviews [1] [2] that add gate jobs and check requirements jobs for the
Monasca repositories.  Some repositories are being adapted to use versions
of libraries that OpenStack currently accepts [3] and we¹re looking at the
libraries we use that are not currently part of OpenStack and seeing if
they¹re worth trying to add to the global requirements.  We¹re hoping to
be able to start adding the global requirements reviews within a week or

We definitely want to talk with the oslo.messaging team and explain the
ways we use Kafka and what effects the move to the 1.x versions of the
library has on us.  I¹ve attempted to contact the oslo.messaging team in
the oslo IRC channel to see if we can talk about this at a weekly meeting
but I wasn¹t able to connect with anyone.  Would you prefer that
conversation happen on the mailing list here or could we add that topic to
the next weekly meeting?

[1] https://review.openstack.org/#/c/316293/
[2] https://review.openstack.org/#/c/323567/
[3] https://review.openstack.org/#/c/323598/

On 6/21/16, 6:53 AM, "Davanum Srinivas" <davanum at gmail.com> wrote:

>Roland Hochmuth, Joe Keen,
>The oslo.messaging folks have been trying off and on again [1] to get
>to python-kafka 1.x. Right now they are waiting on the Monasca team as
>we reverted python-kafka 1.x in [2] for the Monasca Team.
>I still don't see a review for adding Monasca to projects.txt which is
>concerning. Is there work being done to get to that point?
>The oslo.messaging team will file a review to update to 1.x again when
>they are ready, when that happens, we will end up breaking Monasca CI
>jobs again. Unless of course Monasca is in projects.txt by that time
>and adhering to requirements.
>If both oslo.messaging and Monasca are under requirements, we still
>need a way to move forward together. So please treat this email thread
>as an opportunity to talk to each other :) Which should have started
>ideally when we did [2]
>[2] https://review.openstack.org/#/c/316259/
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