[tripleo] Workflows Squad changes

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[tripleo] Workflows Squad changes

Jiri Tomasek
Hi all,

Recently, the workflows squad has been reorganized and people from the squad are joining different squads. I would like to discuss how we are going to adjust to this situation to make sure that tripleo-common development is not going to be blocked in terms of feature work and reviews.

With this change, most of the tripleo-common maintenance work goes naturally to UI & Validations squad as CLI and GUI are the consumers of the API provided by tripleo-common. Adriano Petrich from workflows squad has joined UI squad to take on this work.

As a possible solution, I would like to propose Adriano as a core reviewer to tripleo-common and adding tripleo-ui cores right to +2 tripleo-common patches.

It would be great to hear opinions especially former members of Workflows squad and regular contributors to tripleo-common on these changes and in general on how to establish regular reviews and maintenance to ensure that tripleo-common codebase is moved towards converging the CLI and GUI deployment workflow.

Thanks

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Re: [tripleo] Workflows Squad changes

Emilien Macchi-4
On Wed, Nov 28, 2018 at 5:13 AM Jiri Tomasek <[hidden email]> wrote:
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As a possible solution, I would like to propose Adriano as a core reviewer to tripleo-common and adding tripleo-ui cores right to +2 tripleo-common patches.
[...]

Not a member of the squad but +2 to the idea

Thanks for proposing,
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Re: [tripleo] Workflows Squad changes

Ryan Brady
In reply to this post by Jiri Tomasek


On Wed, Nov 28, 2018 at 5:13 AM Jiri Tomasek <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi all,

Recently, the workflows squad has been reorganized and people from the squad are joining different squads. I would like to discuss how we are going to adjust to this situation to make sure that tripleo-common development is not going to be blocked in terms of feature work and reviews.

With this change, most of the tripleo-common maintenance work goes naturally to UI & Validations squad as CLI and GUI are the consumers of the API provided by tripleo-common. Adriano Petrich from workflows squad has joined UI squad to take on this work.

As a possible solution, I would like to propose Adriano as a core reviewer to tripleo-common and adding tripleo-ui cores right to +2 tripleo-common patches.

It would be great to hear opinions especially former members of Workflows squad and regular contributors to tripleo-common on these changes and in general on how to establish regular reviews and maintenance to ensure that tripleo-common codebase is moved towards converging the CLI and GUI deployment workflow.

Well, I'm not really going that far and plan to continue working in tripleo-common for the time being.  If that isn't sustainable during the next cycle, I'll make sure to shout.


Thanks
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