[Gluster-infra] [Bug 1423002] Changes needed in infra to accommodate move to github for issue tracking and updates

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Michael Scherer <misc at zarb.org> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Michael Scherer <misc at zarb.org> ---
So 1) why is the mail sent to maintainers list, which is: " is intended to be a
low-volume list and should only be used for discussions that are not
appropriate/useful for the rest of the developers." .

Moving the BTS is a discussion that do concern others developers. I do not
think we should make any change until that discussion on -devel do happen.

2) the document listed has a bit too much "TODO" before doing any move. I would
like to see them addressed. 

3) one of the main reason to avoid github in other projects is the lack of
private bugs and its impact on security. 

It is not mentioned at all right now, so I would like to at least know if it
was discussed. Saying "we do not plan to have embargo" is fine by me, but I
would like to make sure to have a explicit signoff by people and warn RH
security team of that. Currently, I think gerrit do not have ACL, neither do
jenkins so we can't do much, but having it explictely listed as a non goal
would permit to later avoid setting it.

4) another huge reason to avoid github is that automation tend to be annoying.
Ansible project do hit quite easily the various limit of the API. So I would
like to make sure someone will be dedicated to any required automation before
we embark to the move or anything.

5) gluster downstream may have automation that depend on the bug tracker. Did
we contact them in advance, and if so, who did and when ?

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