[TripleO] moving stable/rocky for tripleo repos to unmaintained (+ then EOL) OK?
hberaud at redhat.com
Fri Jan 15 17:01:24 UTC 2021
Sorry for my late reply, and thanks for the heads up.
Can't we move directly to EOL ?
I don't see reason to keep an unmaintained repo open, and if the repos
remain open and patches merged then it's not really unmaintained repos.
The goal of the extended maintenance was to offer more chances to
downstream maintainers to get/share patches and fixes, if you decide to not
maintain them anymore then I would suggest you to move to "EOL" directly,
it would be less misleading.
Notice that if you move rocky to eol all the corresponding branches will be
dropped in your repos.
Also notice that last week we proposed a new kind of tag (<series>-last)
 for Tempest's needs, but because tempest is branchless...
Maybe we could extend this notion (-last) to allow the project to reflect
the last step...
It could reflect that it will be your last release, and that the project is
near from the end.
But if you don't plan to merge patches, or if you don't have patches to
merge anymore, then I would really suggest to you to move directly to EOL,
else it means that you're not really "unmaintained".
Hopefully it will help you to find the solution that fits your needs.
Let me know if you have more questions.
Le ven. 15 janv. 2021 à 16:52, Marios Andreou <marios at redhat.com> a écrit :
> On Thu, Dec 10, 2020 at 7:01 PM Marios Andreou <marios at redhat.com> wrote:
>> Hello TripleO
>> I would like to propose that we move all tripleo stable/rocky repos 
>> to "unmaintained", with a view to tagging as end-of-life in due course.
>> This will allow us to focus our efforts on keeping the check and gate
>> queues green and continue to deliver weekly promotions for the more recent
>> and active stable/* branches train ussuri victoria and master.
>> The stable/rocky repos have not had much action in the last few months -
>> I collected some info at  about the most recent stable/rocky commits for
>> each of the tripleo repos. For many of those there are no commits in the
>> last 6 months and for some even longer.
>> The tripleo stable/rocky repos were tagged as "extended maintenance"
>> (rocky-em)  in April 2020 with .
>> We have already reduced our CI commitment for rocky - these  are the
>> current check/gate jobs and these  are the jobs that run for promotion
>> to current-tripleo. However maintaining this doesn’t make sense if we are
>> not even using it e.g. merging things into tripleo-* stable/rocky.
>> Please raise your objections or any other comments or thoughts about
>> this. Unless there are any blockers raised here, the plan is to put this
>> into motion early in January.
>> One still unanswered question I have is that since there is no
>> ‘unmaintained’ tag, in the same way as we have the <release>-em or
>> <release-eol> for extended maintenance and end-of-life, do we simply
>> _declare_ that the repos are unmaintained? Then after a period of “0 to 6
>> months” per  we can tag the tripleo repos with rocky-eol. If any one
>> reading this knows please tell us!
> o/ hello !
> replying to bump the thread - this was sent ~1 month ago now and there
> hasn't been any comment thus far.
> ping @Herve please do you know the answer to that question in the last
> paragraph above about 'declaring unmaintained' ? please thank you ;)
> As discussed at the last tripleo bi-weekly we can consider moving forward
> with this so I think it's prudent to give folks more chance to comment if
> they object for _reason_
> thanks, marios
>> Thanks for reading!
>> regards, marios
>>  https://releases.openstack.org/teams/tripleo.html#rocky
>>  http://paste.openstack.org/raw/800464/
>>  https://review.opendev.org/c/openstack/releases/+/709912
Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat
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