[goal][python3] Train unit tests weekly update (goal-11)

Corey Bryant corey.bryant at canonical.com
Wed Jun 26 21:44:34 UTC 2019

This is the goal-11 weekly update for the "Update Python 3 test runtimes
for Train" goal [1].
There are 11 weeks remaining for completion of Train community goals [2].

== What's the Goal? ==

To ensure (in the Train cycle) that all official OpenStack repositories
with Python 3 unit tests are exclusively using the
'openstack-python3-train-jobs' Zuul template or one of its variants (e.g.
'openstack-python3-train-jobs-neutron') to run unit tests, and that tests
are passing.
This will ensure that all official projects are running py36 and py37 unit
tests in Train.

For complete details please see [1].

== Ongoing Work ==

Open patches needing reviews:
Failing patches:

Patch automation scripts needing review:

Some notes on 2 issues I came across this week:
1) I've updated the patch automation scripts to drop py34,py35,py36 and add
py37 to default tox targets as discussed with smcginnis, fungi, and gmann
in #openstack-tc this week.
2) While trying to proposed and urge the move to py37-only default tox
targets, some projects have decided to keep both py36 and py37 targets and
some projects have decided to run with the generic py3-only target.

== Completed Work ==

Merged patches:

== How can you help? ==

Please take a look at the failing patches and help fix any failing unit
tests for your project(s). Python 3.7 unit tests will be self-testing in
If you're interested in helping submit patches, please let me know.

== Reference Material ==

[1] Goal description: https://governance.openstack.org/tc/goals
[2] Train release schedule:
https://releases.openstack.org/train/schedule.html (see R-5 for "Train
Community Goals Completed")
Storyboard: https://storyboard.openstack.org/#!/story/2005924
Porting to Python 3.7:
Python Update Process:
Train runtimes:

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