On Fri, Mar 13, 2020 at 7:58 AM Stefan Bluhm <redhat....@bluhm-de.com> wrote:
> Hello Tomas,
> > Hey Stefan, Neal, Avi,
> > please keep in mind Spacewalk 2.10 is the last Spacewalk release planned by 
> > Red Hat with a release date within a month. No further contributions to 
> > Spacewalk are to be expected from Red Hat after May 2020.
> This is what I was already assuming (not even expecting 2.10). That is the 
> reason for my own efforts to somehow keep the project alive.
> What will happen to the project (Github, COPR, spacewalkproject.org) after 
> 2.10? Will it be closed or transferred fully to the community? I see it a bit 
> difficult to further develop the project if the community is then locked out. 
> Starting off a new fork from scratch for Spacewalk 3 (=RH drop out, RHEL8, 
> Python 3) and therefore setting up a new community would certainly cost an 
> unwanted toll.
> Can I volunteer to join the project board?

I would certainly like to see something along these lines and invite
major contributors to Spacewalk to form community governance. Along
with that, I'd also like to see the mailing lists transfer from
redhat.com to lists.fedorahosted.org, as the mailing list experience
is better there and demonstrates the clear community nature of the

This is similar to what has happened for other community projects in
the past where multiple stakeholders exist now, and even cobbler's
mailing list is on lists.fedorahosted.org. Alternatively, it could
spin out into its own domain like oVirt and RDO's mailing lists have.

真実はいつも一つ!/ Always, there's only one truth!

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