[infra][neutron] Removing networking-calico from OpenStack governance

Jeremy Stanley fungi at yuggoth.org
Tue Feb 11 19:36:53 UTC 2020

On 2020-02-11 19:31:28 +0000 (+0000), Neil Jerram wrote:
> Thanks for this question.  I think the answer is that it will be a planned
> effort, from now on, for us to support new OpenStack versions.  From Kilo
> through to Rocky we have aimed (and managed, so far as I know) to maintain
> a unified networking-calico codebase that works with all of those
> versions.  However our code does not support Python 3, and OpenStack master
> now requires Python 3, so we have to invest work in order to have even the
> possibility of working with Train and later.

It's probably known to all involved in the conversation here, but
just for clarity, the two releases immediately following Rocky (that
is, Stein and Train) are still supposed to support Python 2.7. Only
as of the Ussuri release (due out in a few more months) will
OpenStack be Python3-only.
Jeremy Stanley
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