[all][tc] Relmgt team position on release cadence

Ghanshyam Mann gmann at ghanshyammann.com
Sat Jan 29 01:47:16 UTC 2022

 ---- On Wed, 01 Dec 2021 16:43:32 -0600 Jean-Philippe Evrard <openstack at a.spamming.party> wrote ----
 > Hello,
 > On Tue, Nov 30, 2021, at 23:31, Julia Kreger wrote:
 > >> > It feels like this is a giant "no win situation",
 > > It feels like we have created a bunch of basically immovable,
 > > insurmountable conflicting obstacles. Kind of like a self digging
 > > holes. I'm worried not even hacker-Kirk can save us. Well, maybe his
 > > answer might actually be to abolish the integrated release so he can
 > > not only rescue the operators on the ship, but also beam them the
 > > tools they need to move forward. Granted, that is change, and human
 > > nature is a thing. :(
 > Well, I feel completely differently.
 > For me, people are using different words, and are in agreement in some points.
 > Or maybe I am reading this wrong?
 > Here is what I read:
 > 1) Many want more releases, not less. I haven't seen a complaint about tagging more releases.
 > 2) More than one person is proposing to abandon the integrated release, and nobody has complained about it.
 > 3) Many people seem eager to carry "stable branches" for "critical patches", but no new definition of such criticality was done.
 > 4) Many people want to make sure it's easy to upgrade, and with less steps for operations.
 > I don't see any conflicts, just areas for improvement, for those who have been participating on this topic.
 > Can someone clarify if I have tunnel vision/bias (as it seems exactly what I proposed in my first answer)?

TC is planning to discuss this topic on 3rd Feb 16:00 UTC, let us know if the time works fine. Accordingly,
I will send the joining link.


 > Thank you in advance.
 > Regards,
 > Jean-Philippe Evrard (evrardjp)

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