New category in hammer-cli project

Hey,

can you guys create new category in hammer-cli called "foreman_api"? I
need to report a bug :slight_smile:

LZ

路路路 -- Later,

Lukas 鈥渓zap鈥 Zapletal
irc: lzap #theforeman

Maybe it is good time to sort out foreman_api as well鈥

Current status:
Home repo of foreman_api is https://github.com/mbacovsky/foreman_api
In theforeman org there is fork which is kept up-to-date.
Issues are tracked in GH in home repo.

My suggestion is:

  • to move home repo to theforeman org
  • track bugs in Redmine (not sure if in the hammer project or elsewhere)
  • follow the same rules for development as in Foreman itself (PR
    reviews, releases, nightly builds, etc)

Makes sense?

Cheers,
Martin

路路路 On 07/30/2013 12:27 PM, Lukas Zapletal wrote: > Hey, > > can you guys create new category in hammer-cli called "foreman_api"? I > need to report a bug :-) > > LZ >

Agreed, ping me on IRC if you want help setting up the repos/projects etc.

路路路 On 30/07/13 13:24, Martin Ba膷ovsk媒 wrote: > On 07/30/2013 12:27 PM, Lukas Zapletal wrote: >> Hey, >> >> can you guys create new category in hammer-cli called "foreman_api"? I >> need to report a bug :-) >> >> LZ >> > Maybe it is good time to sort out foreman_api as well... > > Current status: > Home repo of foreman_api is https://github.com/mbacovsky/foreman_api > In theforeman org there is fork which is kept up-to-date. > Issues are tracked in GH in home repo. > > My suggestion is: > - to move home repo to theforeman org > - track bugs in Redmine (not sure if in the hammer project or elsewhere) > - follow the same rules for development as in Foreman itself (PR > reviews, releases, nightly builds, etc) > > Makes sense?


Dominic Cleal
Red Hat Engineering

>
>> Hey,
>>
>> can you guys create new category in hammer-cli called "foreman_api"? I
>> need to report a bug :slight_smile:
>>
>> LZ
>>
>> Maybe it is good time to sort out foreman_api as well鈥
>
> Current status:
> Home repo of foreman_api is https://github.com/mbacovsky/**foreman_api<https://github.com/mbacovsky/foreman_api>
> In theforeman org there is fork which is kept up-to-date.
> Issues are tracked in GH in home repo.
>
> My suggestion is:
> - to move home repo to theforeman org
> - track bugs in Redmine (not sure if in the hammer project or elsewhere)
> - follow the same rules for development as in Foreman itself (PR reviews,
> releases, nightly builds, etc)
>
> Makes sense?
>

+1
Ohad

路路路 On Tue, Jul 30, 2013 at 3:24 PM, Martin Ba膷ovsk媒 wrote: > On 07/30/2013 12:27 PM, Lukas Zapletal wrote:

Cheers,
Martin


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