[rdo-dev] Building and shipping RPMs from Ansible collections
Alfredo Moralejo Alonso
amoralej at redhat.com
Tue Feb 25 13:25:19 UTC 2020
On Tue, Feb 25, 2020 at 12:23 PM Sagi Shnaidman <sshnaidm at redhat.com> wrote:
> We need to test what we ship to customers, so we need to figure that
>> out first for Ansible, together with the Ansible team.
>> Has shipping on Red Hat CDN for Collections been defined by the
>> Ansible organization?
> TBH, I don't think Ansible team is a part to consult with. Openstack
> modules are moved to Openstack repository and Ansible team has no any
> relation to it now.
> As well as Podman modules that will be moved soon (hopefully when I find
> the time) to CRIO namespace (https://github.com/containers)
> The whole point of Ansible 2.10 is to remove all community modules from
> core and takeover of responsibilities for them to interested parties.
> So I think nothing should block us to build/ship the RPMs
My understanding is that 2.10 sill move some supported modules also to
collections and they have defined the way to deliver it using both galaxy
for upstream and automation hub for downstream . We could confirm
with Ansible team if they plan to deliver it *only* via automation-hub or
also using packages, but I guess we will rely on what they provide for all
supported content. I think it'd be good to have a clear picture of what
they will support and how they will deliver it.
For the collections maintained in OPenStack, it may make sense to build
RPMs for it to keep our rpm-based workflow.
> Best regards
> Sagi Shnaidman
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