[openstack-dev] [forum] Future of Stackalytics

Ken'ichi Ohmichi ken1ohmichi at gmail.com
Thu Jun 8 16:49:03 UTC 2017

2017-06-08 7:19 GMT-07:00 Jeremy Stanley <fungi at yuggoth.org>:
> On 2017-06-07 16:36:45 -0700 (-0700), Ken'ichi Ohmichi wrote:
> [...]
>> one of config files is 30KL due to much user information and that
>> makes the maintenance hard now. I am trying to separate user part
>> from the existing file but I cannot find the way to make a
>> consensus for such thing.
> There is a foundation member directory API now which provides
> affiliation details and history, so if it were my project (it's not
> though) I'd switch to querying that and delete all the static
> affiliation mapping out of that config instead. Not only would it
> significantly reduce the reviewer load for Stackalytics, but it
> would also provide a greater incentive for contributors to keep
> their affiliation data updated in the foundation member directory.

Interesting idea, thanks.
It would be nice to centralize such information into a single place.
Can I know the detail of the API? I'd like to take a look for some prototyping.

>> In addition, we have two ways for managing bug reports: launchpad and
>> storyboard if considering it as infra project.
> It's not (at least presently) an Infrastructure team deliverable.
> It's only an unofficial project which happens to have granted the
> infra-core team approval rights (for reasons I don't recall, if I
> ever even knew it was the case before now).
>> It would be necessary to transport them from launchpad, I guess.
> [...]
> If its maintainers want to migrate from LP to SB, we already have an
> import script which copies in all the existing bug reports so that's
> not really a challenge.

Oh, cool. Glad to hear that :)


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