Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #fuel-dev, 2015-10-18

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00:12 angdraug prmtl: I don't seen tasklib used anywhere aside from verify-fuel-library tasks, am I missing something or is it safe to just remove that job?
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01:47 Topic for #fuel-dev is now #fuel-dev Fuel dev docs http://docs.mirantis.com/fuel-dev/ | Paste here http://paste.openstack.org/ | IRC logs http://irclog.perlgeek.de/fuel-dev/ | gerrit traffic @ #fuel-tracker
02:55 mihgen angdraug: bookwar you need to write email about it I think... latest I've heard was that it's used only for testing purposes. So it's likely to be the only CI job which uses it
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05:12 Topic for #fuel-dev is now #fuel-dev Fuel dev docs http://docs.mirantis.com/fuel-dev/ | Paste here http://paste.openstack.org/ | IRC logs http://irclog.perlgeek.de/fuel-dev/ | gerrit traffic @ #fuel-tracker
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08:30 bookwar angdraug: we shouldn't have removed fuel-core group till that patch got merged, i think
08:30 bookwar Or i should have payed more attention to it. It is not that bad to have proper core-reviewers for infra-related patches, but we should have agreed about their presence for this weekend then.
08:31 bookwar anyway, we got fuel-main fix merged, so it is ok for now
08:32 bookwar if someone feels like reviewing and merging - please check https://review.openstack.org/#/c/236238/ and others https://review.openstack.org/#/q/topic:stackforge-migration,n,z
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19:29 angdraug mihgen: bookwar: https://review.openstack.org/230195
19:29 angdraug I'm thinking we should still have a single fuel-release group instead of fuel-*-release... thoughts?
19:36 mihgen angdraug: I'm all for having one release group, which has rights to create branches & tags, and "root" access to the whatever needed in the repo.
19:36 mihgen 2-3 folks from Fuel infra team should be there
19:37 mihgen once we have subprojects of Fuel become so mature and independent (and reused in other than Fuel places), we can consider creating separate release groups / hand it over to maintainers of repo
19:38 mihgen but for now, to ensure smooth process of release, I think it has to be all under tight control of very few people, who track all artifacts to make release of Fuel
19:41 angdraug pushed another patch set
19:41 angdraug another thought occurred to me
19:41 angdraug acls for stable/* branches
19:42 angdraug right now we have to explicitly specify acls for released stable/* so that we don't restrict an unreleased stable branch (between SCF and RTM) to maintenance team
19:42 angdraug what we can do instead is create proposed/8.0 on SCF, and rename it to stable/8.0 on RTM
19:43 angdraug that way, we can use a stable/* pattern in acls instead of spelling out each branch and updating our ACLs on every release
19:44 mihgen that's good except that I think it will create confusion for many..
19:44 mihgen may be we can keep stable/8.0 at the beginning, as majority of dev understand it
19:45 mihgen and then rename it to updates/8.0 ?
19:45 angdraug yeah, I like it
19:46 angdraug that will also align with our naming scheme for LP milestones
19:51 angdraug added this to irc meeting agenda
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