rbean at redhat.com
Wed Jan 8 16:18:29 UTC 2014
On Thu, Dec 19, 2013 at 02:16:31PM -0700, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
> I meant to send this out sooner, but with the Fedora 20 release things
> have been crazy. :) Now that we are nearing the end of 2013, I think it
> might be a nice time to think ahead to next year.
> What would you love to see happen? What would you like to work on
> making happen?
> (even if it's not practical resource wise or logistically)
> Here's a list of some of mine:
> * 0 downtime upgrades. By this I mean we can update and reboot all our
> servers (probibly in some specific order with specific actions
> between) and not have to schedule any downtime or notify users
> anything is going on. This means at least that we have db
> replication/failover working and 2 of everything.
> * Migration to ansible fully done, with all hosts moved over and
> rebuilt and working.
> * Migration to RHEL7. :)
> * Ticket queue down to a very small set. When I first started it was
> gigantic, then I closed/fixed/redirected a lot of the ticket and we
> started going down in number, but over the last year or so we have
> hovered between 140-150.
> * Migration to hyperkitty/mailman3 complete with all lists moved.
> * All hosts selinux enforcing. :)
> * No "app" servers left. All applications split out to their own (at
> least pair) of instances.
> * Logging from every app/server goes to a known place and we process
> them all looking for problems.
> I'll probibly think of some more, will send them to this thread when I
> do. So how about you? Any big dreams for 2014? Hopefully we can make at
> least some of them real.
One more for the list:
* Increased automatic QA/continuous integration:
- More tests posting back to bodhi.
- Dependencies between packages evaluated (if a package is updated,
its dependants should be evaluated against it).
- A clear way for contributors to submit tests.
- fedmsg messages all around.
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