On Thu, Jan 11, 2018, at 4:30 PM, Clark Boylan wrote:
> Hello,
> Recently Fungi removed old Jenkins' votes in Gerrit which had the effect 
> of bubbling up older infra-specs to the top of the review list. This 
> prompted me to start looking through the list. So far I have abandoned 
> one spec, https://review.openstack.org/#/c/163637/, as the Zuul v3 spec 
> and implementation made it redundant.
> There are three other specs that I think we may be able to abandon for 
> various reasons but they aren't as clear cut so want your feedback.
> 1. Tracking priority efforts with yaml, 
> https://review.openstack.org/#/c/219372/. I'd like to abandon this one 
> as we are attempting to use storyboard boards for this type of work 
> tracking. We aren't using a board yet for our priority efforts but I 
> think we could easily add a lane to 
> https://storyboard.openstack.org/#!/board/54 to track that work.
> 2. Any bugtracker support in reviewstats, 
> https://review.openstack.org/#/c/172886/. Russellb wrote reviewstats and 
> doesn't seem to think this is necessary. Basically its easy enough to 
> modify reviewstats to grok bug trackers other than launchpad. We also 
> seem to have far less emphasis on stats tracking via this tool now so 
> super low priority?
> 3. Infra hosted survey tool, https://review.openstack.org/#/c/349831/. 
> We seem to be far less survey crazy recently compared to when this spec 
> was proposed. Granted that may be due to lack of infra hosted survey 
> tooling. Do we think this is still a service we want to run? and if so 
> would the community get benefit from it?
> Let me know what you think. Also, this list isn't comprehensive, I 
> expect there will be more of these emails as I dig into the specs 
> proposals more.

I've gone ahead and abandoned 1). Item 2) was abandoned by its author. Rather 
than abandon 3) I have rebased it and updated it with a potential alternative 
to consider (reuse ethercalc basically) since there has been some renewed 
interest in having survey tooling available to us that is infra hosted.

Now that I have had a chance to start going through these expect more updates 
on various specs as I manage to work through them and update those that need 
updates and abandon those that are no longer applicable. If you have a spec up 
that needs rebasing feel free to push that up too :)


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