[Openstack-operators] [ops] Operator Local Patches
david.wahlstrom at gmail.com
Mon Nov 2 19:06:37 UTC 2015
We did meet up in Tokyo and had a first run at addressing some of the
locally carried patches. We sort of picked out the patches that multiple
people had interest in and tried to get them moving in the right direction
(i.e. I'm working on filing a bug for a config-drive on RBD bug).
As for day-to-day communication, most of us can be found in
#openstack-operators (I am drwahl).
On Mon, Nov 2, 2015 at 10:36 AM, Darragh Bailey <daragh.bailey at gmail.com>
> Although I was at Tokyo, I only spotted the session "Ops: What Patches
> are you carrying locally?" that was on the Tuesday after it had been
> held. As I'm involved in writing some software to help with automating
> around aligning local patches carried for HP Helion with upstream I
> would have liked to attended to find out more about what work flow
> others are using in carrying patches.
> Looking through the archived mailing list I came across an email
> containing the following:
> > Just spit balling here....
> > But wouldn't the way you deploy/patch these patches be good for the
> > OSOps tools? I bet there is some overlap and having a discussion around
> > how to get those patches _out_ would be a good topic?
> > (Probably for the Tools WG, but worth mentioning here)
> Wondering if there was anything discussed at the session on this? or if
> it's been discussed at the Tools WG?
> For some context about, a very brief vbrownbag I gave at Tokyo
> https://youtu.be/kISi4NN1Az4 on a tool called git-upstream
> The current time for meetings will generally clash for me, but I'm
> generally on IRC in #openstack-infra, nick is electrofelix. Wondering if
> there is a channel that people on this list hang out in?
> Darragh Bailey
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