[openstack-dev] [tc] [stable] [tripleo] [kolla] [ansible] [puppet] Proposing changes in stable policy for installers
emilien at redhat.com
Mon Oct 16 22:38:20 UTC 2017
On Mon, Oct 16, 2017 at 4:27 AM, Thierry Carrez <thierry at openstack.org> wrote:
> Emilien Macchi wrote:
>> ## Proposal
>> Proposal 1: create a new policy that fits for projects like installers.
>> I kicked-off something here: https://review.openstack.org/#/c/511968/
>> (open for feedback).
>> Content can be read here:
>> Tag created here: https://review.openstack.org/#/c/511969/ (same,
>> please review).
>> The idea is really to not touch the current stable policy and create a
>> new one, more "relax" that suits well for projects like installers.
>> Proposal 2: change the current policy and be more relax for projects
>> like installers.
>> I haven't worked on this proposal while it was something I was
>> considering doing first, because I realized it could bring confusion
>> in which projects actually follow the real stable policy and the ones
>> who have exceptions.
>> That's why I thought having a dedicated tag would help to separate them.
>> Proposal 3: no change anywhere, projects like installer can't claim
>> stability etiquette (not my best option in my opinion).
>> Anyway, feedback is welcome, I'm now listening. If you work on Kolla,
>> TripleO, OpenStack-Ansible, PuppetOpenStack (or any project who has
>> this need), please get involved in the review process.
> My preference goes to proposal 1, however rather than call it "relaxed"
> I would make it specific to deployment/lifecycle or cycle-trailing
> Ideally this policy could get adopted by any such project. The
> discussion started on the review and it's going well, so let's see where
> it goes :)
Thierry, when I read your comment on Gerrit I understand you prefer to
amend the existing policy and just make a note for installers (which
is I think the option #2 that I proposed). Can you please confirm
So far I see option #1 has large consensus here, I'll wait for
Thierry's answer to continue to work on it.
Thanks for the feedback so far!
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