[Pulp-dev] Moving to Github Actions

David Davis daviddavis at redhat.com
Mon Feb 10 13:28:09 UTC 2020

Is this the Software Factory instance of Zuul[0]? I can reach out to them
and see if it would make sense as an option for Pulp.

[0] https://softwarefactory-project.io/zuul/t/local/status


On Sun, Feb 9, 2020 at 11:51 AM Neal Gompa <ngompa13 at gmail.com> wrote:

> 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...
> --
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