[Pulp-dev] Moving to Github Actions

Neal Gompa ngompa13 at gmail.com
Sun Feb 9 16:50:45 UTC 2020

On Sun, Feb 9, 2020 at 9:46 AM David Davis <daviddavis at redhat.com> wrote:

> Thanks Brian and Daniel. I agree on the points you both raised.
> Brian, to you specific questions/points:
> ## We need details on each piece of the Travis workflow, where it will be
> ported to, and a rough estimate of how long each piece would take. I think
> these things would make a great EPIC.
> I have a Github Actions epic. I plan to update it this week based on our
> conversation and will add more specific details, estimates, etc. I'll
> respond when it's ready for review.
> https://pulp.plan.io/issues/6065
> ## Who will work on it? It needs I think 2 fully dedicated people who
> already completely understand the Travis stuff in detail. It's too hard for
> one person and would take too long...
> I definitely agree we need at least 2 people to work on this. We need as
> many people as possible to understand Github Actions.
> I don't know who has time for this right now. I imagine it'll probably
> have to wait until next sprint (Sprint 67). Or at least I personally won't
> have time until next week at the earliest. That'll give us time to plan
> though.
> In the meantime, I'd consider letting the installer team merge Fabricio's
> ansible-pulp PR[0]. This will also alleviate much of the immediate need and
> let us begin collecting real world data/experience as well.
Has anyone reached out to the Fedora CI team about using their Zuul
instance? Perhaps they've got an easy automated process for using that on
projects. Zuul can spin up either Fedora or CentOS environments, which
should satisfy the need for being able to test esoteric things like FIPS
mode while also being able to get fresh environments and dependencies
through Fedora environments.

It may be better to consider using Fedora CI over CentOS CI due to the
better system overall, too...

真実はいつも一つ!/ Always, there's only one truth!
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