On Mon, Oct 15, 2018 at 01:40:37PM +0100, Chris Dent wrote:
> Back in August [1] there was an email thread about the Paste package
> being essentially unmaintained and several OpenStack projects still
> using it. At that time we reached the conclusion that we should
> investigate having OpenStack adopt Paste in some form as it would
> take some time or be not worth it to migrate services away from it.
> [snip]
> I'd like some input from the community on how we'd like this to go.
> Some options.
> * Chris becomes the de-facto maintainer of paste and I do whatever I
>   like to get it healthy and released.
> * Several volunteers from the community take over the existing
>   bitbucket setup [2] and keep it going there.
> * Several volunteers from the community import the existing
>   bitbucket setup to OpenStack^wOpenDev infra and manage it.
> What would people like? Who would like to volunteer?

Maybe some combination of bullets one and three?

This seems like it would increase visibility in the community if it were moved
under the OpenDev umbrella. Then we could also leverage our release automation
as/when needed. It might also then attract some of the driveby contributions.

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