The Fedora Modularity team already publishes sprint reports on the Modularity YouTube channel every two weeks. But this format might not be always suitable – like watching on a phone with limited data. So I would like to start writing short reports every two weeks about Modularity, so people have more choice of how to get updated.
What we did
- We have the final list of modules we are shipping in F26 Boltron. The list shows Python 2 and Python 3 as not-included which is not entirely true. Even thought we won’t be shipping them as separate modules due to various packaging resons, they will be included in Boltron as part of the Base Runtime and shared-userspace.
- One of them is shared-userspace which is a huge module that contains common runtime and build dependencies with proven ABI stability over time. Lesson learned: building huge modules is hard. We might want to create smaller ones join them together as a module stack.
- To demonstrate multiple streams we will include NodeJS 6 as part of Boltron, and NodeJS 8 in Copr – built by its maintainer.
- The DNF team has implemented a fully functional DNF version that supports modules.
- We have changed the way we do demos on YouTube. Instead of posting a demo every two weeks of work per person, we will do a sprint review + user-focused demos as we go. I will also do my best with writing these posts.
- clean up and make sure they deliver the use cases we promised
- the same for containers if time allows
Documentation and community:
- issue tracker for each module
- revisiting documentation
- revisiting how-to guides
- we would love to make a demo based on a working compose (if we get a qcow)
Also, I’m going to Zagreb to give a Modularity talk at DORS/CLUC next week. Come if you’re near by!