title: CPE Weekly status email
tags: CPE Weekly, email
# CPE Weekly: 2020-02-28
The Community Platform Engineering group is the Red Hat team combining
IT and release engineering from Fedora and CentOS. Our goal is to keep
core servers and services running and maintained, build releases, and
other strategic tasks that need more dedicated time than volunteers
For better communication, we will be giving weekly reports to the
CentOS and Fedora communities about the general tasks and work being
done. Also for better communication between our groups we have
created #redhat-cpe on Freenode IRC! Please feel free to catch us
there, a mail has landed on both the CentOS and Fedora devel lists
with context here.
## Fedora Updates
* F32 Beta Freeze now on
### Data Centre Move
* Old OpenStack instance has now been switched off.
* The team are planning the shipping logistics of the equipment across
country with Red Hat - measurements, weights, insurance amounts - fun
* No changes to our expected dates as per our last posting, but if
there are we will make sure to let you know asap.
### AAA Replacement
Current functionalities developed to date:
* User functionality to join groups
* Uhange email address and password
* Disable account function
* Database access function
* We are also currently mapping solution on how best to have users
move from the current FAS to the new FAS (potential name incoming!).
* The team also came to the end of developing our wireframes and
mapping our user experience flow.
* Unit tests were carried out regarding password controller and the
Patrick Uiterijk and Christian Heimes still continue to be a huge help
to the team in this project so thank you both sincerely!
For our full blog post, check out Ben Cottons weekly
For more information regarding outstanding issues, please see here.
To view our current scrum board, please see here.
* The team have made good progress on getting monitor-gating to run in staging
* This is running completely now and while it fails in some steps but
not because of itself, means it is already providing us valuable
* The team have sent an email to the devel list presenting our ideas
and potential proposal for the changelog and release fields proof of
concept - check it out here:
### Sustaining Team
* Releng and Infra Freeze for Fedora 32 Beta is now, so if you need
changes have them reviewed.
* FMN is the main blocking point for the retirement of fedmsg, it is
also running on an eol Fedora (28) and the team are working on
replacing it. Check out their public thread here:
### Misc Updates
* Some packaging work to get pagure's dependencies added and built in
EPEL8 (remaining: pygit2 and celery) were done this week
and keys.fpo to wiki page has been retired
* koji is being set up to have rhscl and rhdevtools for EPEL-7
* infra 8664 - newer kernel on aarch64-test machines.
* infra 8369 - people css and html broken so a patch has been applied
from new contributor and pushed out
* Investigations into why fedora 32 branched compose was stuck & it
was ostree signing.
* Broken epel8-testing update push was fixed and is now resumed
* Rawhide compose failure was investigated
Was ceph. Filed https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1805422
untagged it and refired compose.
* Vagrant environment for mbbox was worked on
* Mbbox was moved to fedora-infra
* Jms-messaging-plugin PRs merged
* Alternative “holistic heuristic” algorithm for computing releases
Common Python package, modules and misc cleanup
* Update and complete README was worked on
## CentOS Updates
* 5 updates for el8
* 3 updates for el7
* EPEL7 container image on quay.io for python-tox
* Exploring fedora-infra jobs that can be containerized
### CentOS Stream
* Composes are now automated
* CentOS QA are now consuming compose in the test suite and running
against CentOS Linux and Stream!
* Building the contributor workflow is still ongoing and we will keep
you updated when we make some progress on this
As always, feedback is welcome, and we will continue to look at ways
to improve the delivery and readability of this weekly report.
Have a great weekend!
Community Platform Engineering Team
Red Hat EMEA