[neutron][neutron-vpnaas][release] dropping feature/lbaasv2 branch

Előd Illés elod.illes at est.tech
Thu May 26 12:03:57 UTC 2022


@Akihiro: does that mean that the branch content is not relevant or it 
means that the branch content/history can be found in an other repository?
Anyway, let me know what is the team's preference (to tag it or not 
before we delete it) and I'll do accordingly.


(irc: elodilles)

On 2022. 05. 26. 10:44, Akihiro Motoki wrote:
> Hi,
> I agree that feature/lbaasv2 branch in vpnaas is unnecessary and we can drop it.
> neutron-vpnaas was originally developed in the main neutron repository
> and advanced services like vpnaas were split out into separate
> repositories around Dec 2014.
> When splitting out advanced services, we use git filter-branch or
> similar command to keep all commit history.
> feature/lbaasv2 branch was used to develop LBaaSv2 before splitting
> out advanced services
> and we forgot to clean up unrelated branches. This is the history of
> feature/lbaasv2 branch.
> Considering this,  feature/lbaasv2 branch is completely unnecessary
> for neutron-vpnaas.
> I don't think we need a tag before deleting the branch.
> Thanks,
> Akihiro Motoki (amotoki)
> On Thu, May 26, 2022 at 3:47 PM Lajos Katona <katonalala at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Thanks Mohammed, I agree with it, as I see feature/lbaasv2 is long left abandoned.
>> I think the usual way, delete the branch but add a tag on top of it to keep it if somebody appears for it can work for it.
>> Lajos
>> Mohammed Naser <mnaser at vexxhost.com> ezt írta (időpont: 2022. máj. 24., K, 18:34):
>>> Hi there,
>>> It looks like we've managed to track along a feature/lbaasv2 branch
>>> into neutron-vpnaas all the way from 2014 :)
>>> I'd like to request for the release team to delete that branch if possible. :)
>>> Thanks,
>>> Mohammed
>>> --
>>> Mohammed Naser
>>> VEXXHOST, Inc.

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