[Rdo-list] Juno vs Kilo in Fedora 22
kashyapc at fedoraproject.org
Fri Mar 27 13:14:15 UTC 2015
On Fri, Mar 27, 2015 at 12:54:47PM +0100, Alan Pevec wrote:
> Hi all,
> until this point we have been able to maintain 1:1 mapping from Fedora
> to OpenStack releases 
> which has some advantages for package maintainers in RDO, rdopkg info
> output is nicely symmetrical and predictable:
> $ rdopkg info
> RDO releases & repos:
> kilo (Fedora 23/rawhide)
> fedora-22 built in koji/master from master branch
> fedora-21: symlink to fedora-22 repo (don't submit fedora-21 updates)
> epel-7 built in cbs/cloud7-el7 from master branch
> juno (Fedora 22)
> fedora-21 built in koji/f22 from f22 branch
> fedora-20: symlink to fedora-21 repo (don't submit fedora-20 updates)
> epel-7 built in copr/jruzicka/rdo-juno-epel-7 from f22 branch
> icehouse (Fedora 21)
> fedora-20 built in koji/f21 from f21 branch
> epel-6 built in copr/jruzicka/rdo-icehouse-epel-6 from f21 branch
> epel-7 built in copr/jruzicka/rdo-icehosue-epel-7 from f21 branch
> But OpenStack releases are coming up quickly, upstream stable/juno
> will be already in support phase II by the time Fedora 22 is
> We have a window of opportunity to push Kilo to Fedora 22 before it
> freezes for Beta end of the month
> Advantage would be that we'll get fresh OpenStack release in Fedora 22
> at the cost of skipping one OpenStack release in Fedora and dropping
> RDO Juno for Fedora 21.
> I'd like to hear from users if that's acceptable. Assumption here is
> that Fedora users are mainly developers who are already following Kilo
> development while stable production is on EL platforms.
> We would keep RDO Juno for EL7 (and EL6 which is in the works) by
> moving current f22 dist-git branches to github/openstack-packages
> rpm-juno branches and eventually to CentOS CloudSIG dist-git when
> that's ready.
> Kilo3 import would be then finished on Fedora master and merged to f22
> early next week.
> Please provide feedback quickly if this plan is acceptable, we need to
> execute it before March 31st.
FWIW, as _user_ of newest builds in Fedora, I'm fine with having the
new release ("Kilo") in F22 if it reduces some packaging churn.
Then we need to update the below page:
>  https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/OpenStack#OpenStack
>  https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/StableBranch#Support_phases
>  https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/22/Schedule
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