[rdo-dev] Updating and retiring OpenStack packages from Fedora repositories

Javier Pena jpena at redhat.com
Thu May 9 16:23:36 UTC 2019

----- Original Message -----

> Hi,

> We have started working on synchronizing OpenStack clients from Stein release
> into Fedora rawhide official repos. The goal is not only updating it in
> fedora but also removing non required openstack packages on Fedora and
> automating the process as much as possible.

> An initial analysis of the packages that we can remove from Fedora shows that
> following ones can be safely retired:

> python-ceilometermiddleware
> python-keystonemiddleware
> python-os-win
> python-oslo-vmware
> python-oslo-sphinx
> python-pycadf
> python-oslo-cache
> python-cursive
> python-castellan
> python-oslo-rootwrap
> python-oslo-middleware
> python-oslo-policy
> python-oslo-reports
> python-oslo-privsep
> python-taskflow
> python-automaton
> python-microversion-parse
> python-reno
> python-osprofile
> python-oslo-messaging
> python-oslo-service
> python-oslo-concurrency

> I also have doubts about if we should maintain in Fedora:

> diskimage-builder

I think diskimage-builder can still be quite useful, if we want to test image builds from Fedora. About the rest, I'm fine if they are not needed by any client. 


> python-hardware
> python-gnocchiclient

> Any opinion about it?

> I'm documenting the work related to this in
> https://review.rdoproject.org/etherpad/p/fedora-clients-sync

> If you have questions or think that retiring these packages from Fedora repos
> may cause any problem, please let me know on #rdo freenode channel or using
> RDO mailing lists.

> Best regards,

> Alfredo

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