On Mon, Sep 17, 2018 at 3:59 AM Martin Pitt <mpitt(a)redhat.com> wrote:
Stephen Gallagher [2018-09-14 11:07 -0400]:
> On Fri, Sep 14, 2018 at 11:00 AM Martin Pitt <mpitt(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> > So long-term cockpit-kubernetes will go away. As a strawman I would propose to
> > still keep it in Fedora 29 (as it's past beta freeze already), but drop it
> > Rawhide. Thus there will still be a supported cockpit-kubernetes package for
> > ~ 1.5 more years.
> I think if it's going away and is already effectively unsupported, we
> should probably drop it from Fedora 29 as well.
I think that would be appropriate for the kubevirt part of the UI.
cockpit-kubernetes at large (Cluster dashboard and Image Registry) continues to
be supported for a while (it has to for downstream), so IMHO it's fine to stay
in Fedora 29. It won't get lots of new features, but we do investigate and fix bugs.
> We haven't actually *released* Beta, so there's an opportunity to remove it
> if we land the change today or early on Monday and get a Freeze Exception BZ
> approved. I can help with the latter process if this is the path we want to
OK, so I'll work on removing the kubevirt parts upstream, so that it won't be
contained any more in Wednesday's upstream release. I filed
for tracking it in Fedora
29. How do I turn that into an exception BZ?
Actually, it turns out we don't need an exception BZ because
cockpit-kubernetes is not part of the default installation anyway. So
just land it in the updates-testing repo and it'll be fine.