Re: [TOOLS-DEVELOPMENT] Tools Call Agenda -- 12 November 2019 at 1:00 Eastern

Robert Sparks <rjsparks@nostrum.com> Fri, 08 November 2019 15:55 UTC

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Subject: Re: [TOOLS-DEVELOPMENT] Tools Call Agenda -- 12 November 2019 at 1:00 Eastern
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My notes for the tools call:

On 11/7/19 9:22 PM, Russ Housley wrote:
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> 1. Datatracker Projects
>     - Expected Datatracker Releases -- Robert and Henrik
>       -- https://trac.tools.ietf.org/tools/ietfdb/browser/trunk/PLAN
The PLAN has been stable for a few weeks. We've issued 7nreleases since 
the last call, which is a higher rate than usual. These reflect feature 
requests, the review tool maintenance work, and bugfixes coming in.
>     - Meeting Application Improvements by IOLA -- Robert
Still not started, and communication has stopped. This has been 
escalated to Jay and Portia.
>     - Datatracker maintenance by DashCare -- Robert
This project continues to progress excellently.
>     - IRSG balloting by AKAYLA -- Robert
I have started an acceptance review for this project. I expect to 
complete it before the Singapore meeting starts.
>     - Deployment of Python3 datatracker -- Robert

Currently gated two things:

1) We need to wrap Trac in a container that can run Python 2.7, since 
Trac won't become Python 3 ready until next year. This is the second 
item on the PLAN.

2) We want to coordinate this move with the upgrade the OS of the 
underlying machines. We will be meeting later to work out a plan.

>       -- Impacts on related applications
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> 2. Community & Other Projects
>     - WWW search to provide additional pointers -- Greg
>       -- Give pointers to datatracker and mailarchive
>     - Host third-party subresources on mailarchive -- Ryan
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> 3. RFC Services Projects
>     - RPC use of new RFC format tools -- Heather and Henrik
>     - Deploying in-line errata on rfc-editor.org? -- Alice
>     - Security Review of RPC Tools -- Robert and Heather
We had no acceptable bids to the RFP.
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> 4. Server Infrastructure
>     - Expected Website Releases -- Robert

We have a matomo instrumented version of the website under test.

I don't expect major releases until well after the Singapore meeting.

The next major release will involve removing much of the unused 
datatracker integration.

>     - IESG discussions of DMARC -- Henrik and Alexey
>       -- When do we expect the next release of OpenARC? Ever?
>
> 5. YANG Catalog
>     - Putting yangcatalog.org in a Docker container -- Robert

I have a containerized instance of yangcatalog that starts (even if the 
start is very rough).

It is not yet clear if it actually all _works_.

Determining that will require some manual inspection / sanity testing, 
and I will need help from the yangcatalog enthusiasts (particularly Eric 
and Benoit), and Pantheon to complete that.

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> 6. Parking Lot
>     - Search over www, datatracker, and mailarchive
>     - Transition Datatracker to Django2
>     - Transition Website to Django2
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> 7. AOB
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