[openstack-dev] [release] change in plan for releases repo data model updates
tony at bakeyournoodle.com
Tue Nov 8 21:40:17 UTC 2016
On Tue, Nov 08, 2016 at 12:28:28PM -0500, Doug Hellmann wrote:
> At the summit we said we would move the data that tells us the type
> and release model for each deliverable out of the governance
> repository and into the releases repository where it is easier to
> change over time, but that we needed to think more about what might
> break by making that change. After giving it more consideration, I
> think we have to use the option 2 we discussed instead (allow local
> values to override the global values).
> The list-repos command would not be able to filter on the type or
> model values early in a cycle because not enough deliverable files
> would even exist until the first milestone. That limitation would
> make the command essentially useless until close to the end of each
> cycle. Using option 2 means list-repos would continue to work all the
> Using option 2 also means that instead of us having to do extra
> work to build and publish a single unified file for the project
> navigator team, they can continue to use the same input data without
> changes to their project at all.
> I propose adding "type" and "model" fields, as we discussed, but
> making them optional. If they are not present, the values can be
> derived from the governance tags for the deliverable. Teams who
> want to change either value can then make the update in the releases
> repository with a separate patch to update the governance repo, and
> not have releases blocked by the governance change.
+1 I like this pass through model. I know it's a little strange having the TC
"gate" on changes to the release type but I think this works through this
nicely. The only wart is defining who is responsible for updating the
governance repo when things change in the release repo. Is it the project team
or the release team?
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