We have a distinct set of contributors who we'd like to engage in
the subset of charms that support benchmark testing rather than
direct deployment of OpenStack.
Create a new set of 'charms-benchmark' team ACL's to support this
and add to charm-magpie.
A second charm (woodpecker) is currently proposed for inclusion
into the project and will sit under this ACL as well.
This was the old timeout then some refactoring happened and we ended up
with the openstacksdk timeout of one hour. Since then Nodepool added the
ability to configure the timeout so we set it back to the original six
Add a new charm that provides Pure Storage Flashblade support to the
OpenStack Manila service.
This project has many many branches which consumes a fair number of
github api requests when we restart zuul from scratch. Additionally,
this project is no longer open source. For these two reasons we remove
the project from our Zuul config.
Note this project is used by a single Monasca job , but the Monasca
project should be looking at alternatives anyway due to the license
change of Kibana.
We discovered we hit github api rate limits trying to load projects
without the github zuul app installed. That led to me doing some
investigation on whether or not these repos are needed at all.
Best I can tell the zookeeper-operator repo was looked at for us with
the zuul operator and is not longer needed. Eventlet was added for use
by swift , but in the related change  they only used the project
in older patchsets. Newer patchsets (including the one that merged) did
not use the required-project at all making this unneeded.
Following the Vancouver 2023 Forum discussion , give the
manila-core gerrit group -2..+2 votes (but not Workflow)
to [access "refs/heads*"] for python-openstackclient
Winstackers project has been retired
There is no maintainer left for this project so
we need to update the acls to remove the content of
all the deliverables of this project.
Rest of the infra cleanup of this projects will
be done in separate commit after the repo content
This removes the fedora image builds from nodepool. At this point
Nodepool should no longer have any knowledge of fedora.
There is potential for other cleanups for things like dib elements, but
leaving those in place doesn't hurt much.
This will stop providing the node label entirely and should result in
nodepool cleaning up the existing images for these images in our cloud
providers. It does not remove the diskimages for fedora which will
The bindep fallback list includes a libvirt-python package for all
RPM-based distros, but it appears that OpenSuse Leap has recently
dropped this (likely as part of removing Python 2.7 related
packages). Exclude the package on that platform so that the
opensuse-15 job will stop failing.