TL;DR: +1 for 1-year release, without reducing face-to-face meetings.
On Wed, Dec 13, 2017 at 6:35 PM Matt Riedemann wrote:
> Same question as above about just doing CD then.
Why not getting rid of stable branches and releases altogether then?
Honestly, I'm a big fan
On Sat, Dec 9, 2017 at 12:35 AM Alex Schultz wrote:
> Please take some time to review the list of blueprints currently
> associated with Rocky to see if your efforts have been moved. If
> you believe you're close to implementing the feature in the next week
> or two, let
Hi Emilien and all,
On 16.12.2016 01:26, Emilien Macchi wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 15, 2016 at 12:22 PM, Sven Anderson <s...@redhat.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> while I was waiting again for the CI to be fixed and didn't want to
>> torture it with additional recheck
while I was waiting again for the CI to be fixed and didn't want to
torture it with additional rechecks, I wanted to find out, how much of
our CI infrastructure we waste with rechecks. My assumption was that
every recheck is a waste of resources based on a false negative, because
On 27.10.2016 19:54, Ryan Brady wrote:
> How is the current draft logo expressive? What does it express to you?
To me it appears like an stylized owl with a three-quarter circle as
opened wings, and with lines of three nested O's.
On 25.10.2016 14:28, Ryan Brady wrote:
> I feel the logo draft is missing a lot of the detail and fidelity of our
> current logo.
> The draft logo has lines that are much too thick especially in the face
> area. It's
> recognizable from a shorter distance than our current logo.
I'm working on the integration of the puppet-ec2api module. It is a
(probably) very straight forward task. The only thing that is a current
impediment is that puppet CI is currently not deploying and running
tempest on puppet-ec2api. I'm currently working on getting the ec2
Thanks a ton, Steve! I have to admit, although I was at the summit in
person, I can get out of your write-up a lot more than from the sessions
itself. (Probably because of a mixture of not being a native speaker and
being new to tripleO.)