[Pulp-dev] Tracking issues for plugin_template

David Davis daviddavis at redhat.com
Fri Apr 23 14:34:21 UTC 2021

We started working on a plan to move repos over to Github Issues after
PulpCon last year but I think it kind of fell by the wayside over the past
few months due to how busy we've been with stakeholder work. It would
definitely be a requirement in my mind to sort out things like how to link
BZs to issues before moving plugins and other repos over to Gihub Issues
that might have issues that affect downstream.

There is a way to view issues across the entire Pulp org in Github[0] but
it's not great. Definitely not as good as the redmine issue search. We
should figure out if it'll meet our needs and if not, find a  solution that



On Thu, Apr 22, 2021 at 7:42 AM Grant Gainey <ggainey at redhat.com> wrote:

> On Thu, Apr 22, 2021 at 6:48 AM Ina Panova <ipanova at redhat.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, Apr 21, 2021 at 7:55 PM David Davis <daviddavis at redhat.com>
>> wrote:
>>> Wanted to bump this to hopefully get some feedback. Also, today during
>>> our CI/CD meeting we discussed also tracking issues for pulp-oci-images on
>>> github as well.
>>> If there are no objections by next week April 26, I'll assume I can
>>> proceed with moving these projects' issues over to Github.
>>> David
>> I have no objections regarding moving plugin_template and pulp-oci-images
>> to github.
>> The question I have is - what is our long term goal? Do we aim to
>> eventually move all of the projects from pulp.plan.io? I know there were
>> discussions in the past but we have not found a solution on how to connect
>> issues with downstream trackers. The concern I have, if we don't have such
>> plan, then we might have plugins' issue tracking scattered between
>> plan.io and github where users, as a result, will file issues in the
>> redmine and then we will need to whether ask them to open a github issue or
>> do it ourselves.
>> We just had a python issue filed in the redmine last week.
> This is a good point. I just looked at bugzilla, and 'Github' is listed as
> one of the Systems you can "Add Link" to. We'd (obviously) need to modify
> the linking/state-change-scripts. The complicating issues I can see there,
> are a) not having moved *all* the projects to github, so some BZs would
> want links to redmine and some to github, and b) being able to get "all"
> the issues - in redmine, I can go to pulp.plan.io/issues and see all the
> issues for every project, not sure we can get something equivalent from
> github.
> G
>>> On Fri, Apr 16, 2021 at 8:38 AM David Davis <daviddavis at redhat.com>
>>> wrote:
>>>> I've always felt that tracking plugin_template issues under the main
>>>> pulp project in plan.io was suboptimal and with other repos such as
>>>> pulp-cli moving to github issues, I feel that it might make sense for the
>>>> plugin_template to move to github issues as well.
>>>> There's only 11 open issues right now in pulp.plan.io? for the
>>>> plugin_template so I think it would be an easy move. I'd propose we also
>>>> remove the plugin_template tag from the list of options (but keep it on old
>>>> issues for history).
>>>> Thoughts?
>>>> David
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