[Pulp-dev] Proposal to replace pulp 2.15's nightly jobs
jaudet at redhat.com
Fri Nov 10 16:35:46 UTC 2017
> Hosting packages in just one place is simpler than hosting packages in
>> multiple places. There's
>> less room for error when the simpler thing is done.
> It shouldn't be too hard to set up.
Fair enough. I also think that hosting packages on one location helps to
prevent end-user confusion. But we can host packages wherever is
appropriate, and I don't have a terribly strong opinion here.
> I would probably want to keep it in a 'nightly' or 'master'
> folder instead of a versioned folder, to help aign the intent of
> explicitly distinguishing this
> workflow from others. Thoughts?
Yes, please. If there's a directory called "2.15," then I think that
there's a 2.15 release. If there's a directory called "nightly" or
"master," then I think that there are nightly builds, or builds from master.
To nitpick: I like the idea "master" a little bit more. What if we improved
our development and build processes so that there were two builds in a day?
"master" reflects the idea that the builds come from the master branch,
whereas "nightly" reflects the idea that there's one build per day.
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