[Users] oVirt Weekly Meeting Minutes -- 2013-11-27
sbonazzo at redhat.com
Fri Nov 29 12:18:53 UTC 2013
Il 29/11/2013 13:13, Dan Kenigsberg ha scritto:
> On Fri, Nov 29, 2013 at 11:49:59AM +0100, Sandro Bonazzola wrote:
>> Il 29/11/2013 09:43, Gianluca Cecchi ha scritto:
>>> On Fri, Nov 29, 2013 at 8:57 AM, Sandro Bonazzola wrote:
>>>>> Meeting summary
>>>>> * Agenda and roll Call (doron, 15:02:42)
>>>>> * 3.3 update releases (doron, 15:04:23)
>>>>> * 3.4 planning (doron, 15:04:24)
>>>>> * conferences and workshops (doron, 15:04:26)
>>>>> * infra update (doron, 15:04:27)
>>>>> * other topics (doron, 15:04:29)
>>>>> * LINK: http://gerrit.ovirt.org/#/admin/projects/ovirt-release ~
>>>>> (danken, 15:12:58)
>>>>> * LINK: http://gerrit.ovirt.org/21794 (mburns, 15:15:04)
>>>>> * LINK: http://jenkins.ovirt.org/job/ovirt-release/16800/ (mburns,
>>>>> * mburns to add sbonazzo as a maintainer to support ovirt-release
>>>>> project (doron, 15:18:17)
>>>> ovirt-release-9 released yesterday
>>> BTW: I see that this package contains
>>> (and ovirt-release-fedora-8-1.noarch already did so)
>>> By default all lines are disabled in it.
>>> When and how this repo should be enabled? Only when using nightly or
>>> only under developers/maintainers indications?
>> I think that fedora-virt-preview should be used with nightly, stable shouldn't need it.
>> However, since fedora-virt-preview contains vdsm - related packages not needed if you run only ovirt-engine (without using the same host as
>> hypervisor) I think it's better to wait for VDSM guys answer.
> Vdsm is not in
> virt-preview is not needed for ovirt-3.3, and frankly, I think it should
> be dropped from ovirt-release.
> It used to be needed on the nodes when vdsm required a version of
> libvirt that was not yet in Fedora. Now that we have el6 as a
> fully-supported platform, and given that el6 is missing from
> virt-preview, virt-preview is much less helpful to us.
So, any objection in removing virt-preview from ovirt-release?
What about nightly? Will it be needed there?
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