Woah first last week of February for 2017, this is huge. Almost as huge as the LQIMIQ low down prepared for you by your friendly neighbourhood developer Allen! So without further ado lets !
Welcome to the Sprint 54 review recap! For this sprint, we had 126 pull requests in the main ManageIQ repo, with a good mix of enhancements, bugs, cleanup and more. The Classic UI repo contributed 80 more PRs, with Integration tests following closely at 77 PRs. Grand total across all repos is 462. As we keep splitting out repos from the monolith (which is looking less like one every sprint), the majority of the work will be going outside of the main repo.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Jillian here to walk you through the love given to PRs this past week. In the spirit of the holiday, and before you devour lots of , let’s take a look at those PRs with !
Hi all! Daniel Berger here from the Providers team. This is my first Last Week in ManageIQ post, where I try to distill the week’s highlights of ManageIQ development into a nice, digestable format.
As we move on to our second 2-week Sprint, we find 146 pull requests merged in the main ManageIQ repo, with enhancements and bugs taking up 2/3 of the pie. Further breakdown shows 39 PRs in the providers category, 21 in API, 20 in core and 12 in UI, and we expect the number of remaining UI PRs to go down to zero with the recent repo split. Across all the repos, which includes 77 repos under the ManageIQ umbrella, and 14 manageiq-* ones, there were 432 pull requests in total.
Hi, I am Dávid from the ManageIQ UI team. I will be your guide in this quick recap of what happened in the last week on our premises.
Hi all! Hilda here. This is my first Last Week in ManageIQ post, and I hope this isn’t my last! Below is a review of the last week’s changes.
This sprint review marked the end of the first 2-week Sprint, which we are trying out and will adjust as needed. As mentioned previously, we are splitting repos as we chip away at the ManageIQ monolith and progress it into a platform. Keep up to date with the details in the Developers category of Talk forum.
Last year has been pretty exciting and eventful for ManageIQ! If you’re new to the community, or if you just want a refresher, let me be your guide and summarize the cool progress we made throughout 2016.