05:30:48 <dtruong> #startmeeting senlin
05:30:49 <openstack> Meeting started Fri Aug 31 05:30:48 2018 UTC and is due to finish in 60 minutes.  The chair is dtruong. Information about MeetBot at http://wiki.debian.org/MeetBot.
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05:30:52 <openstack> The meeting name has been set to 'senlin'
05:31:08 <dtruong> anyone here to join the meeting?
05:31:21 <chenyb4> I'm online
05:31:32 <dtruong> hi chenyb4
05:31:51 <chenyb4> hi dtruong
05:32:32 <dtruong> let's wait a minute to see if anyone else will join
05:34:10 <dtruong> ok, let's get started
05:34:22 <dtruong> #topic announcements
05:34:36 <dtruong> today is the official rocky release
05:35:04 <dtruong> Thanks to everyone who contributed to senlin during the rocky release
05:36:00 <dtruong> A number of features were added and some critical bugs were fixed in Rocky.
05:36:07 <dtruong> Let's keep it going for Stein.
05:36:24 <dtruong> #topic Stein planning
05:36:35 <dtruong> Next item is the planning for Stein.
05:37:07 <dtruong> I created an etherpad to keep track of the work items for Stein:
05:37:23 <dtruong> #link https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/senlin-stein-workitems
05:38:14 <dtruong> Please take a look and add any work items that you think need to be worked on during Stein
05:39:10 <chenyb4> cool
05:39:47 <dtruong> feel free to edit it, chenyb4
05:39:56 <chenyb4> ok
05:40:17 <dtruong> #topic stein community goals
05:40:39 <dtruong> related to the stein work items, there are two community goals listed in the etherpad
05:40:58 <dtruong> first one is python3-first
05:41:32 <dtruong> #link https://governance.openstack.org/tc/goals/stein/python3-first.html
05:42:00 <dtruong> the other one is upgrade checks
05:42:09 <dtruong> #link https://governance.openstack.org/tc/goals/stein/upgrade-checkers.html
05:42:51 <dtruong> if anyone would like to volunteer to work on those goals, please let me know.
05:43:44 <chenyb4> Yes, Let's senlin support python3 . I will try it .
05:43:59 <dtruong> thanks chenyb4
05:44:34 <dtruong> doug hellmann and his team already submitted some patches to enable python 3 jobs
05:45:29 <dtruong> #link https://review.openstack.org/#/q/status:open+project:openstack/senlin+topic:python3-first
05:45:42 <dtruong> #link https://review.openstack.org/#/q/status:open+project:openstack/python-senlinclient+topic:python3-first
05:45:59 <dtruong> #link https://review.openstack.org/#/q/status:open+project:openstack/senlin-tempest-plugin+topic:python3-first
05:46:51 <chenyb4> This would be a good reference
05:46:57 <dtruong> chenyb4: when you have time, please review those patches.
05:47:38 <chenyb4> Ok, I will do it.
05:47:47 <dtruong> thanks
05:48:26 <dtruong> i think in general senlin works with python 3, so hopefully there shouldn't be too much work to support this goal.
05:48:59 <dtruong> ok, let's move on to the next topic
05:49:11 <dtruong> #topic reviews
05:49:46 <dtruong> other than those python 3 patches, i have one patch open that would i like some reviews:
05:49:58 <dtruong> #link https://review.openstack.org/#/c/597225/
05:50:25 <dtruong> the schema validation was not working for nested map types in policies and profiles
05:50:59 <dtruong> this patch fixes this bug by calling to validate each value when resolving nested map members
05:52:03 <chenyb4> looks like good
05:52:52 <dtruong> ok, thanks for taking a look.
05:53:34 <dtruong> that's the last item i had for the agenda.
05:53:40 <dtruong> #topic open discussion
05:53:58 <dtruong> anybody have any questions or anything to discuss?
05:55:16 <chenyb4> I was add "OpenStackSDK support senlin function test" in plan
05:55:31 <chenyb4> And "Senlin add support use limit return " to plan
05:56:15 <chenyb4> Senlin limit not return limit, it's split page
05:56:27 <dtruong> ok. those are great ideas.
05:57:28 <chenyb4> I want to add zun to senlin.
05:57:35 <dtruong> More senlin function test in OpenstackSDK will be helpful to prevent breakage.
05:57:53 <chenyb4> senlin docker  support not good.
05:58:27 <dtruong> so you would add zun as a driver like nova driver in senlin?
05:58:37 <chenyb4> Yes
05:59:09 <dtruong> Yea, that's a good idea.
05:59:33 <chenyb4> Zun allows us to better manage containers.
06:00:18 <chenyb4> But zun is not a generic component, so it doesn't have to be installed.
06:01:27 <dtruong> i think that is ok.  we can have a configuration flag to enable or disable zun support in senlin.
06:01:51 <dtruong> If the user has zun installed, then he can turn on the flag to use zun with senlin.
06:03:02 <chenyb4> Ok,
06:04:38 <dtruong> We can look at it in more detail during implementation time of zun driver.
06:05:02 <chenyb4> yes
06:06:21 <dtruong> do you have anything else to discuss, chenyb4?
06:07:06 <chenyb4> nothing, if i have any one, i will add to etherpad.
06:07:22 <dtruong> ok, sounds good.
06:07:30 <dtruong> i will end the meeting then.
06:07:38 <chenyb4> Ok,
06:07:43 <dtruong> thanks for joining chenby4
06:08:10 <dtruong> #endmeeting