[MidoNet-dev] Split off Arrakis as different projects

Sandro Mathys sandro at midokura.com
Wed Apr 22 09:53:25 UTC 2015


Hey Jaume,

No opposition, but a note that [1] is not explained in your email :)
However, I think you wanted to point to
http://github.com/midonet/arrakis

Cheers,
Sandro

On Wed, Apr 22, 2015 at 5:24 PM, Jaume Devesa <devvesa at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello midos,
>
> It seems like arrakis[1] modules have reached a stable version (the first
> one!). We finally can say that we can install Midonet with OpenStack
> using Puppet as deployment tool.
>
> As the current maintainer, I have to tag the current version and proceed
> with branching model... Which brings me to a problem. Currently we have
> three Puppet modules in Arrakis:
>
>   * `midonet-midonet`: which installs MidoNet and has to follow the
>     midonet's version branch model.
>   * `midonet-neutron`: which installs neutron with a patch to configure
>     the midonet plugin. This one should not follow any branch model
>     because is going to die in the next Kilo release. But we have to
>     keep the code. Anyone interested on why we have this module can ask
>     me or attend to the arrakis presentation next Friday.
>   * `midonet-midonet_openstack`: which defines roles-profiles for
>     OpenStack deployments based on MidoNet. This module has to superseed
>     the `puppetlabs-openstack` releases, and hence, follow the OpenStack
>     branch model.
>
> So I think is better to split off arrakis in three projects, each one
> with a Puppet module inside and follow the proper branching/maintaining
> version for each one.
>
> If nobody strongly opposites to in, I'll take care of do it.
>
> Regards,
>
>
> --
> Jaume Devesa
> Software Engineer at Midokura
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