[Openstack] [openstack][stackforge] incubation process

Mark Voelker mvoelker at vmware.com
Tue Sep 22 13:55:05 UTC 2015


The StackForge namespace is being retired, though the benefits StackForge has traditionally provided to projects remain (essentially we’re just moving them into a different namespace).  Refer to this Technical Committee resolution on retiring the StackForge namespace:


And these ML threads which explain the matter in a bit more depth and discuss moving current StackForge projects into the OpenStack namespace:




There is a list of StackForge projects slated to move to the OpenStack namespace (as well as some inactive projects to retire) on October 17th here:


If you are responsible for an active StackForge project that hasn’t added itself to that list yet, please do so.

At Your Service,

Mark T. Voelker

> On Sep 22, 2015, at 3:04 AM, Gareth <academicgareth at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey guys
> Because of big tent, incubation process changes a little. I could see
> some projects are moved from authors' private github repo, not
> stackforge. My question is that is stackforge necessary anymore?
> Actually I hope yes, because I could make use of community's CI to
> verify my draft codes.
> -- 
> Gareth
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