[Rdo-list] openstack-neutron-gbp for delorean

Robert Kukura rk at theep.net
Thu May 14 19:39:09 UTC 2015

Hi Ihar,

GBP development currently trails the main OpenStack development cycle a 
bit. Hopefully this lag will shrink substantially for Liberty. We expect 
to have a kilo-gbp-3 release out any day that will make sense to package 
for RDO and Fedora Kilo versions, and the final Kilo GBP release should 
follow soon after. Unfortunately, whats currently packaged still 
requires Juno.

Can you explain what exactly it means to "move openstack-neutron-gbp 
development under delorean roof"? Does this mean that the Fedora 
packages would be generated from the RDO packages? I think that would be 
fine. If you will be at the OpenStack summit next week, we can discuss 
this there if you like.


On 5/13/15 7:05 AM, Ihar Hrachyshka wrote:
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> Hi all,
> now that rpm-kilo is synced from delorean to fedora/master, I see
> openstack-neutron-gbp fails due to unsatisfied dependencies (it
> currently requires Juno neutron).
> I wonder whether that's a good time to move openstack-neutron-gbp
> development under delorean roof, and leave fedora/master package as a
> downstream just for koji and stuff.
> In that way, -gbp package would be able to receive more attention from
> neutron maintainers, getting packaging updates in timely manner, and
> with review and CI applied.
> I'm putting the Fedora package maintainer into CC.
> Robert, since you're the maintainer of the Fedora package, could you
> please evaluate the option to move the package into Delorean? I think
> it would serve both RDO and Fedora and GBP interest better.
> Comments?
> Ihar
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