[wsme][dev] WSME needs cores

Dmitry Tantsur dtantsur at redhat.com
Tue Mar 12 10:44:59 UTC 2019

I can join the core team to keep it afloat, but I'd like to move Ironic away 
from it (and pecan).

On 3/12/19 11:40 AM, Chris Dent wrote:
> Most of the people listed as cores for WSME [1] are either not very
> active in the community any more or not actively interested in
> maintaining WSME. I'm in the latter group and wish to stop paying
> attention to it (because I don't use it and neither do the projects
> that I work on). To do that, though, it would be good to be able to
> assign a few more cores who are from projects that _do_ use it so
> that there's a reasonable bench of people to attend to things that
> will need to be done to keep it happy.
> The following is an incomplete list of projects that import WSME.
> aodh
> blazar
> cloudkitty
> cyborg
> glance
> ironic
> magnum
> mistral
> mogan
> octavia
> qinling
> watcher
> (I considered putting all these in the subject header that would
> have been incredibly tedious and noisy.)
> Octavia has representation on WSME-core, but beyond that, it's not
> clear. If you are a part of one of these projects and interested,
> please let me know and we'll make something happen.
> Apart from security and bug maintenance, WSME is a bit out of date
> with regard to testing plans. It does already support Python3, but
> it currently only tests with Python 3.5.
> Let me know. Whatever the outcome of these discussions, I'll be
> removing myself from WSME core and taking "check in on WSME" from my
> recurring todo list by next Tuesday.
> Thanks for your attention.
> [1] https://review.openstack.org/#/admin/groups/202,members

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