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RFC: archiving pipelines #33

merged 8 commits into from May 21, 2020

RFC: archiving pipelines #33

merged 8 commits into from May 21, 2020


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@vito vito commented Jul 16, 2019


Please comment on individual lines, not at the top-level.

vito added 2 commits Jul 16, 2019
Signed-off-by: Alex Suraci <>
Signed-off-by: Alex Suraci <>
@vito vito marked this pull request as ready for review Oct 15, 2019
vito added 2 commits Dec 9, 2019
A lot of things become easier by just having everything exist in the
same namespace.

All of the same navigation constructs continue to work, and there is no
concern of a name collision when un-archiving.

If someone wants to re-use a name, it might be better to just force them
to give a clearer name to the archived pipeline so that it can be
distinguished from the new one.

This also introduces un-archiving by way of setting the pipeline again.
This way a `set_pipeline` step can be commented-out (or an instance can
go away) and then the pipeline will just come back as it was when the
pipeline becomes set again.

Signed-off-by: Alex Suraci <>
Signed-off-by: Alex Suraci <>
YoussB and others added 2 commits Mar 17, 2020
* highlight the inheritance relationship between paused & archived
* specify that freshly un-archived pipelines are paused

Signed-off-by: Bishoy Youssef <>
Co-authored-by: Jamie Klassen <>
detail API actions on archived pipelines
vito added 2 commits May 19, 2020
Signed-off-by: Alex Suraci <>
Signed-off-by: Alex Suraci <>
@xtremerui xtremerui merged commit f3f9952 into concourse:master May 21, 2020
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