On Thu, Jun 25, 2020 at 3:27 PM Pierre-Yves Chibon <pingou(a)pingoured.fr> wrote:
Good Morning Everyone,
Just like every team we have technical debt in our work.
I would like your help to try to define what it is for us.
So far, I've come up with the following:
- python3 support/migration
- fedora-messaging schema
- OpenID Connect
What else would we want in there?
These are all good things, especially the documentation one. I'd like
to zero in on a particular aspect of documentation, though: getting to
hack on it. A lot of our projects are surprisingly difficult to get up
and running for someone to play with and hack on, and this is
increasingly true as we adopt OpenShift-style deployments. One way we
solved this in Pagure is by providing some quick start processes in
the documentation and a fully working Vagrant based process to boot up
and have a working environment to hack on the code.
I'm not necessarily going to specify it needs to be Vagrant for
everything, but I think this is something we should have for all of
our projects, so that people *can* easily get going to use and
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