[PKG-Openstack-devel] add to openstack debian packaging team

Thomas Goirand zigo at debian.org
Sat Sep 9 18:02:27 UTC 2017

On 09/08/2017 03:25 PM, Michal Arbet wrote:
> Hi Thomas,
> We've already built all necessary packages for openstack in Ocata
> version on debian/stretch. I would like to push changes to your teams
> official repos.

Wow, that's great, thanks!

> Please could you give me a permission to push to deb-* repos .. as you
> are admin ?

Sure! Though remember that the team decided to move packages without the
"deb-" prefix, and in some kind of organization: oslo packages in
/git/openstack/oslo, services /git/openstack/services, etc. Please
respect this organization when you push to Alioth.

> And also could you add me to project as member ? 


> When I write to maillist .. I never have an answer ..

Are you registered to the list? Have your messages reached the list? It
may be some issues on my side moderating the list... :/

> We currently have these packages built and working :
> [...]

That's a lot of work. Thanks for it. A few questions:
- Have you functionally tested the packages using Tempest?
- Have you run that in production?

Also, please remember that we moved a few packages to the Git of the
DPMT (Debian Python Module Team). For example, Alembic is already there.

Also, we would like to publish a binary version of these packages, so
that people can upgrade to it from Newton (which as you know is in
Stretch), and then directly upgrade to Newton. Would you be able to
upload all of this repository somewhere, so we make it available for
everyone? Our goal, discussed during debconf in Montreal, is to give
people a path of upgrade, and we wouldn't support these packages more
than for upgrading to Pike.

Thanks again for your work,

Thomas Goirand (zigo)

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