[Pulp-dev] RPM plugin meeting notes

Tatiana Tereshchenko ttereshc at redhat.com
Thu Jun 20 20:22:06 UTC 2019

Pulp 2:

   - Modularity bug updates https://pulp.plan.io/issues/4693
      - a lot of progress
      - smash test is written, thanks to bherring

Pulp 3:

   - JFYI, version for the master branch has been updated
      - master branch should always refer to <upcoming_release_version>.dev

   - more attention is needed for a thread about uniqueness within a repo
      - https://www.redhat.com/archives/pulp-dev/2019-May/msg00061.html
      - no progress since last week
      - ttereshc to update issues with the proposal from the thread to
      trigger discussion there
      - RPM issue: https://pulp.plan.io/issues/4898
         - File issue: https://pulp.plan.io/issues/4028

   - modularity progress
      - models a re on the way
      - libmodulemd is a dependency now
         - installer needs to be updated
         - how to test rpm plugin
            - fedora containers to test for now, maybe centos containers
            can also be used later when centos8 is out
            - dkliban to expand Travis pipeline to support running builds
            inside containers

   - errata design proposal in Pulp 3
      - "Pulp 3, same advisory - different pkglists" thread
      - AI: provide feedback
      - ttereshc to ping Katello

   - items for upcoming sprint
      - no new items will be added, maybe some bug fixes during sprint
      - reason: other tasks have higher priority: pulpcore, migraiton tool,
      plugins which are integrating with Katello right now
      - areas continued to be worked on:
         - ppicka - pulp3 modularity
         - dalley - dep solving for pulp2 with the intention to reuse ot
         the extent possible in pulp3

Open PRs:

   - https://github.com/pulp/pulp_rpm/pulls


   - Un-triaged bugs
   - Triage etherpad https://etherpad.net/p/rpm_triage_grooming
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