Was there a merge proposal or pull request for these changes in the charm's
upstream repo? If not, is there a branch that can be proposed against the
charm repo? Or, is there a new upstream repo for the charm?
The candidate charm in the store is helpful to validate functionality, but
as a contributor to the existing charm, I simply cannot determine where I
might base future changes, or rebase existing works in progress.
-1 to this moving forward, from an upstream charm code contributor
perspective, pending clarification/completion of the upstream repo and
Setting aside those issues of principle, I've confirmed that it does work
with 1.25.6: Precise, Trusty, Xenial units. Having this in place will be a
On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 4:24 PM, Tim Penhey <tim.pen...@canonical.com>
> This is awesome. I use the ubuntu charm all the time for testing, and
> seeing the workload version and workload status being set is pretty cool.
> I had hoped that seeing the "unknown" status would apply gentle pressure
> to get people to set a workload status.
> On 15/09/16 08:39, Marco Ceppi wrote:
>> Hi Ryan,
>> I have granted everyone access to the candidate channel. Could you try
>> Marco Ceppi
>> On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 3:26 PM Ryan Beisner <ryan.beis...@canonical.com
>> <mailto:ryan.beis...@canonical.com>> wrote:
>> Is there a merge proposal or pull request for the changes? I'd like
>> to validate with 1.25.6 as the current stable release, but --channel
>> isn't a thing there.
>> I tried to `charm pull ubuntu --channel candidate` but received:
>> ERROR cannot get archive: unauthorized: access denied.
>> On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 8:57 AM, Marco Ceppi
>> <marco.ce...@canonical.com <mailto:marco.ce...@canonical.com>> wrote:
>> Hey everyone,
>> Normally, I wouldn't bother with an update like this, but it's
>> slightly larger than I'd care to just push out. Today, the
>> Ubuntu charm is a no-op, which is largely the goal of the charm.
>> However, as juju becomes more rich this no-op charm starts to
>> look incomplete. I know a few people depend on the Ubuntu charm
>> for setup purposes and testing. I'd hate to be the source of
>> breakage for that charm so I'm announcing an update here.
>> Screenshot from 2016-09-14 09-48-31.png
>> Other than the obvious changes to status, this also implements
>> workload version.
>> If you depend on the Ubuntu charm for anything I urge you to
>> test the latest version with
>> `juju deploy ubuntu --channel candidate`
>> If I don't receive any negative feedback by the end of this week
>> I'll move what's in candidate to stable.
>> Marco Ceppi
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