[openstack-dev] [PKG-Openstack-devel] The end of OpenStack packages in Debian?
matt at nycresistor.com
Wed Feb 15 17:01:52 UTC 2017
I hope they have gotten better. Last time I tried to contribute to
Ubuntu's packaging effort they took over a ear to respond.
On Feb 15, 2017 11:56 AM, "Allison Randal" <allison at lohutok.net> wrote:
> On 02/15/2017 07:42 AM, Thomas Goirand wrote:
> > I will continue to maintain OpenStack Newton during the lifetime of
> > Debian Stretch though, but I don't plan on doing anything more. This
> > means that maybe, Newton will be the last release of OpenStack in
> > Debian. If things continue this way, I probably will ask for the removal
> > of all OpenStack packages from Debian Sid after Stretch gets released
> > (unless I know that someone will do the work).
> I'm happy to volunteer for this. TBH, my goal would be to minimize the
> delta on these packages to Ubuntu's versions of the packages, so we can
> maintain them collaboratively. But, there's certainly no need to drop
> the packages from Debian.
> > As a consequence, the following projects wont get packages even in
> > Ubuntu (as they were "community maintained", which means done by me and
> > later sync into Ubuntu...):
> > - congress
> > - gnocchi
> > - magnum
> > - mistral
> > - murano
> > - sahara
> > - senlin
> > - watcher
> > - zaqar
> These are more "nice to have" packages, not really critical. We can ask
> around to see if anyone is using the packaged versions, but if not we
> should just drop them from Debian.
> > Hopefully, Canonical will continue to maintain the other 15 (more
> > core...) projects in UCA.
> Canonical doesn't have a large team for this work, but I imagine we can
> handle it just fine between their team and a few volunteers.
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