[Pulp-dev] Upcoming epel6 Dependency Issues
bbouters at redhat.com
Wed Nov 9 21:38:54 UTC 2016
In the EPSCO meeting today it was agreed that Django14 is to be retired no
earlier than Jan 31, 2017 and no later than March 31 2017. It's not present
from the minutes but it is in the full log. I was told an official
announcement will be sent to epel-devel soon.
Once we have an official statement, what if we were to put up a blog post
with the following 3 things:
* A brief outline of how this change would affect Pulp usage on EL6
* A outline of several options our users have
* Get feedback from users. We could enable comments on that blog post and
ask our users to go comment on it or reply to the e-mail we'll send to
pulp-list with a link to the blog post.
Do these kinds of next steps make any sense? What are some other approaches
or next steps that would be good/better?
On Wed, Nov 9, 2016 at 9:26 AM, Michael Hrivnak <mhrivnak at redhat.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 9, 2016 at 8:19 AM, Elyezer Rezende <erezende at redhat.com>
>> How adopt option 3 will affect some of our customers? I mean there are
>> projects, like Katello and Satellite, that rely on Pulp to deliver their
>> functionality even on RHEL6.
> I agree that this is an important factor. Foreman has already dropped el6
> in their current 1.13 release, wile katello is making "unofficial" el6
> packages available to help the transition.
> "EL6 was dropped by the core Foreman project for 1.13. However, the
> Katello team have produced a set of unofficial EL6 packages which can be
> obtained from their repos." ... "EL6 users are *strongly* encouraged to
> consider migrating to EL7, as this is very likely to be the last release
> (official or unofficial) with EL6 support."
> We will coordinate closely with them on the details, but this may not
> change very much for those projects except to make their unofficial el6
> packages more difficult to use.
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