[Pulp-dev] Consolidating plugin listing on pulpproject.org for user clarity?
ttereshc at redhat.com
Mon May 18 10:00:16 UTC 2020
I agree with the problems identified.
I'm concerned that the same plugins have a different set of features
in Pulp 2 and Pulp 3, e.g, pulp_rpm. Having it just marked as compatible
with both Pulp 2 and Pulp 3 might create an assumption that the same
features are available for both Pulp 2 and Pulp 3.
Some plugins are separated or renamed, it's hard to mark them compatible or
not, e.g. Pulp 3 pulp_file should be marked as a part of Pulp 2 pulp_rpm?
Pulp 2 pulp_docker - a part of pulp_container in Pulp 3?
I wonder if we should keep pulp 2 and pulp 3 plugins separate, maybe on the
same page but not in the same table?
Alternatively, many footnotes with clarifications might help.
On Wed, May 13, 2020 at 5:37 PM Brian Bouterse <bmbouter at redhat.com> wrote:
> I'm sending via pulp-dev for more visibility, but I wanted to see what you
> think specifically. Recently a user gave us feedback via an issue on Pulp 3
> pain points for usage . A lot of it is code and docs, and we're working
> to address those, but the last bullet says:
> "On the project page you tells that Pulp can manage plainty of repo type,
> but in fact if you take a fresh version only few plugins are working. Is
> there at least a compatibility/status matrix explaining that?"
> There are two issues we identified at the installer meeting. 1) The
> homepage claims one set of plugins that are pulp2 compatible but doesn't
> clearly state they are for pulp two.2) the pulp3 plugin table is not on the
> home page.
> What do you think about consolidating the "plugin list" on the homepage
> and the pulp3 plugins page into one table with two new columns "Pulp 2
> compatible" and "Pulp 3 compatible" with X's or check mark icons in the
> cells where that compatibility exists?
> What do others think also?
> : https://pulp.plan.io/issues/6658
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