[Pulp-dev] Pulp 3 MVP Issue Cleanup

Dennis Kliban dkliban at redhat.com
Wed Apr 4 22:09:42 UTC 2018

Anything that is going to have it's own release cadence should be tracked
in it's own project. That way we can assign issues related to specific
release of that project to the particular release.

Are we going to release the CLI, Ansible Installer, and the Migration tool
as part of one version of Pulp or will these all be versioned separately?

On Wed, Apr 4, 2018 at 5:41 PM, Austin Macdonald <austin at redhat.com> wrote:

>>> I'm hoping to continue the "Infrastructure" Redmine project for things
>> like website hosting. I see what you mean though because it will be
>> developed and released separately. I think we're in a similar situation for
>> 3 things: the ansible installer, the migration tool, and CLI, and for each
>> of them we should either make their own Redmine projects or a tag under
>> Pulp. We already have many Redmine projects and they are kind of a pain so
>> I want to float a tags based approach for feedback. Perhaps keeping them
>> out of "Pulp" means that we remove all the existing tags from them and tag
>> them with new tags like 'Ansible Installer', '2to3 Migration' and 'CLI'?
> I had hoped that someday there would be a separate group of committers for
> pulp/devel or wherever we keep it. Also, I wouldnt want potential users/PMs
> to see a "bug count" that includes non-user facing issues. These concerns
> are trivial though, and if projects are a pain, I'm fine with keeping Tags.
> Since projects are a pain, can we get rid of the "external" project?
> https://pulp.plan.io/projects/external/issues
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