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❈ CentOS Blog: CPE Weekly, September 20th 2020

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Hi Everyone,

Below is this week's CPE weekly for week ending 2020-09-20.

I found that if you want to skip to the hackmd, you can use the view
link https://hackmd.io/8iV7PilARSG68Tqv8CzKOQ?view and then use the
header bar on your left to skip to either the Fedora or CentOS
updates, whichever interest you.

I'll also be adjusting these updates in the coming weeks to make them
a bit more direct to consume. Thanks for giving me this feedback in
the CPE survey, I want to deliver value to you all, so it's great to
KNOW what you find valuable first hand

General Project Updates

As a reminder, below are the projects the CPE team are working on for
the months of July, August & September:
* Data Centre Move - Final Works
* CentOS Stream Phase 3
* Noggin Phase 3
* Packager Workflow Healthcare
* Fedora Messaging Schemas

We have recently held our Q4 planning session and the CPE review team,
Fedora, CentOS and RHEL BU have voted the following projects for
action in Q4, which is the months of October November & December:

* OSBS for aarch64
* Fedora-messaging schemas

We are continuing to work on CentOS Stream and Noggin and took these
projects as confirmed when looking at what other work our team could
realistically complete in the Q4 period, given that there's both
Thanksgiving and Christmas time off to consider, plus any time off our
team wishes to take.

The taiga cards of Noggin, CentOS Stream, OSBS for aarch64 and
fedora-messaging schemas will be updated next week with what our team
hopes to deliver in the next quarter on each of the projects.
Our project board is here (it's just not updated properly - yet)
https://tree.taiga.io/project/amoloney1-cpe-team-projects/kanban?epic=null

Misc

GitLab

Thank you so much to everyone for adding your questions to the doc for
the GitLab AMA session on Thursday 10th September, and for your
attendance on the day during the call.
Here is the full AMA transcript
https://meetbot.fedoraproject.org/fedora-meeting-1/2020-09-10/ama_session_with_gitlab.2020-09-10-13.31.log.html
however it is a bit confusing to read so we got a few great
suggestions to have dedicated topics like Message Bus and Branching,
etc go out to the devel lists to discuss. I'm happy to start this next
week, but I will collect the questions related to each topic and
propose a cadence to send them out first to discuss, so people dont
miss mails and know the week ending 2nd October will be (for example)
the topic of Group Permissions - What do you think?

GitLab have also agreed to answer the questions, we have asked them to
do so within 2 weeks of the AMA so as soon as this is complete I will
let you know so you can read through them on the hackmd link.
The link is here where we asked you to contribute your questions and I
will be posting answers once we have them underneath
https://hackmd.io/RW8HahOeR7OJPON1dwuo3w

I really appreciate your involvement with this as we begin to dig
deeper into how this might play out next year and what way it should
for everyone's benefit.

Project Updates

*The below updates are pulled directly from our CPE team call we have
every week.*

CentOS Updates

CentOS

* Deployed new 4.5.9 openshift cluster for Stream
* The team provisioned EC2 infra for team responsible for
registry.centos.org (we don’t maintain it, so just providing infra,
like Fedora does for Copr)
* They also migrated a bunch of nodes to the new Ansible CI inventory

CentOS Stream

* Using Openshift cluster for engineering work and will be using it to
deploy & test mbbox in our infra
* Scoping and refining work for October November & December

Fedora

General

* 6 of 8 Beta-blockers have fixes for F33 beta
* New release of fedscm_admin
* FMW mac and windows binaries are signed

Staging Environment

* About 70% done installing vm’s (27 left out of 88)
* Still need to bring up aarch64/armv7/ppc64le builders
* Databases need syncing

AAA Replacement

* The team are working on testing Ipsilon in Staging and adding OpenID
Connect Capability
* they are also testing fas2ipa migration script in tiny-stage and improve it
* Add Noggin to tiny-stage environment and test
* The teams kanban board where they track their work can be found here
https://github.com/orgs/fedora-infra/projects/6

Fedora Messaging Schemas

* This project is on hold until Noggin completes.
* It will be resumed around December timeframe and is part of our Q4
workload to complete
* There is a list of applications that require messaging schemas can
be found here https://hackmd.io/@nilsph/H1i8CAbkP/edit
* There is a readme which contains documentation on messaging schemas,
a cookie-cutter template to create the schema and a definition of Done
for writing a schemas
https://github.com/fedora-infra/fedora-messaging-schemas-issues
* The board they are working from can be viewed here
https://github.com/orgs/fedora-infra/projects/7

Packager Workflow Healthcare

* The team have been working on more improvements and fixes to the
monitor-gating
* These improvements have led to
* Finding a bug in our testing script
* Improved log messages
* We actually caught a problem!
* The data the team have been reviewing have been from April - July
and have already discovered that so far it looks like Pagure, koji and
bodhi work well
* We see some intermittent problems, but nothing too big, mostly
only spikes in runtime
* Fedora CI still looks like a POC, but functional
* Our test-script hitting timeouts/failing 10% of the time
* Gating (greenwave/resultsdb/waiverdb) looks functional, but
relies on CI and doesn't have as much packages going through the
workflow
* A more formal report will be published soon as part of the project
deliverable so keep an eye on their work!
* The teams work is being tracked here
https://teams.fedoraproject.org/project/cpe-cicd/kanban

Team Info

Changes to CPE Product Owner Office Hours

Following the feedback received in the CPE survey, I will be reducing
my IRC office hours to once per month.

#fedora-meeting-1

* Next Meeting: 2020-10-15 @ 1300 UTC on #fedora-meeting-1

#centos-meeting

* Next Meeting: 2020-10-13 @ 1500 UTC on #centos-meeting

Background:

The Community Platform Engineering group, or CPE for short, 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 can give.

See our wiki page here for more
information: https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/cpe/

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 week!

Aoife

Source: https://hackmd.io/8iV7PilARSG68Tqv8CzKOQ?view

 

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