Fuel@OPNFV developers pipeline
Brief project description
This is a lightweight CI-engine (build-/deploy-/verify- engine) for Fuel@OPNFV. It requires an Ubuntu 14.04 server/desktop with at least 16 hyper-threads, 32 GByte of RAM and 1TB disk.
- First version of the Fuel@OPNFV developer's pipeline is released, you can fetch it from here!
- Service release 1 is scheduled for December 2016
- CI-Pipeline: Working
- OPNFV@Fuel master: Generally working
- OPNFV@Fuel stable/Arno: Generally working
- OPNFV@Fuel arno.2015.1.0: Working
- OPNFV@Fuel arno.2015.2.0: Working
Project name: Simple standalone OPNFV CI engine for Fuel and other OPNFV installers.
IRC: - (No project meetings as of now - we still communicate through github issues and commits)
Project lead (email/github id): firstname.lastname@example.org/jonasbjurel
Collaborators (email/github id):
Project status: Non official/non commercial/non sponsored
Releases: Not released 1.0 release is scheduled for Mid October 2015 (2-3 weeks after the OPNFV Arno SR1 release)
You will find the Q&A session here
Howto report issues, or express whiches:
You can report any issues you experience-, or whiches on what you want to see next - here, but remember that this is a entirely un-sponsored open-source project, and the priorities are set by those who dedicate their spare time on this project, and if you can - why not contribute the fix your self?
You'll find the procedures on how to contribute or how to become a collaborator in the ONBOARDING.rst file. General github guidelines on contribution/fork/pull-request can be found here:
The roadmap will generally be synchronized with OPNFV release cadence (+/- 4 weeks).
- 1.0 release is scheduled for Mid October 2015 (2-3 weeks after the OPNFV Arno SR1 release)
- 1.1 Service release is scheduled for End November 2015 - And will support intermediate OPNFV project support for Fuel 7.0/OpenStack Kilo
- 1.2 Service release is scheduled for end Jan 2016 - And will support intermediate OPNFV project support for Fuel 7.1/OpenStack Kilo
- 2.0 Main release is scheduled for mid Mar 2016 - And will support OPNFV B-release for Fuel 8.0/OpenStack Liberty, also including a fully supported ci_pipeline dash-board.
An indication of near term road-map items/issues can be found here.
Licence terms for this project/repository, but excluding any and all references from this project (in text, automated by programatic code, or otherwise) can be found in the LICENCE.rst file.