[openstack-dev] [horizon] Approach for bugs in xstatic packages
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Wed Jun 14 09:35:53 UTC 2017
I can see several possible ways forward with this:
* provide a complete fix for the issue that would be more likely to get
* instead of adding hacks in the code, actually rename the wrongly named
* instead of adding hacks, actually fix all the references to use proper
* if everything else fails, look for a better supported project that
provides this functionality.
On Tue, Jun 13, 2017 at 11:25 PM, Mateusz Kowalski <mateusz.kowalski at cern.ch
> Hi everyone,
> I would like to raise a question about our approach to xstatic packages,
> more specifically xstatic-roboto-fontface, and its updates/bugfixes. What
> we have encountered was https://bugs.launchpad.net/horizon/+bug/1671004 what
> according to our knowledge affects everyone using stable/ocata with
> Material design (though I get there may not be many operators using this
> What I did at the very first was to submit a patch https://review.
> openstack.org/#/c/443025/ but unfortunately a policy is to take xstatic
> packages from the upstream in their unchanged form. As I totally understand
> this, I raised this issue to the upstream package provider in March —
> https://github.com/choffmeister/roboto-fontface-bower/issues/41. Again,
> unfortunately, as since then there was no any response I submitted a merge
> request for this issue — https://github.com/choffmeister/roboto-fontface-
> bower/pull/47. However, it’s complete openstack-wise, but it does not
> solve the issue in general (long story short, more than just one file
> requires patching, but Horizon uses only the one I have patched).
> Anyway, seeing no much response for my initial upstream report since
> March, I don’t have much hope with the merge request I have just submitted.
> From the other side, any advice on how I can proceed in this particular
> case would be helpful as I have no any experience in this kind of workflow
> (bugs in xstatic packages).
> Thanks for any suggestions,
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