[Pulp-dev] redmine process for katello-integration-related issues

Justin Sherrill jsherril at redhat.com
Wed Apr 8 16:41:57 UTC 2020

+1 to all of this!

On 4/8/20 12:35 PM, Brian Bouterse wrote:
> Thanks for writing this up and sending! My only addition would be to 
> also remove the P1, P2, P3 tags entirely after setting all tagged 
> issues with 'katello' and setting their priorities based on the 
> previous P1/P2/P3 label.
> Thank you!
> On Wed, Apr 8, 2020 at 12:32 PM Grant Gainey <ggainey at redhat.com 
> <mailto:ggainey at redhat.com>> wrote:
>     Hey folks,
>     As part of working with the katello upstream, we have been using a
>     mechanism for prioritizing pulp-issues in order to help keep the
>     Katello Gang unblocked. We have been using the 'Tags' field in an
>     issue, and marking things as Katello-P1/2/3, with P1 being
>     "blocker for the next release".
>     As we move through releases, this is starting to break down - last
>     release's P2 is this release's P1. This was brought up for
>     discussion in today's integration meeting.
>     In order to continue being able to prioritize work, we're
>     proposing a change to the process to make it more sustainable as
>     releases go on. I *think* I have captured the proposal effectively
>     below - if I've missed something vital, I'm sure someone who was
>     in the meeting will expand on it:
>       * tag katello-related issues as 'katello'
>       * use the milestone field to define the planned-pulp-release-version
>       * use the Priority field to mark how important it is, *to
>         katello*, to fix a bug NOW, as opposed to 'the day before the
>         release is cut' (which in practice is likely to be  'blockers
>         are critical, everything else is normal')
>     This will make it easy to query redmine in a way that returns a
>     properly-ordered list, without some human having to go through and
>     group-change tags on multiple issues at once.
>     Would appreciate more eyes on this, and especially input on what I
>     might have missed. We'd like to switch 'soon', so feedback before,
>     say next Wednesday 15-APR would be great!
>     Thanks,
>     G
>     -- 
>     Grant Gainey
>     Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat System Management Engineering
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