[kata-dev] Proposal for a kata green CI and maintainership - updates

Ariel Adam aadam at redhat.com
Tue Oct 19 06:11:21 UTC 2021

Hi everyone.
Last month we presented to the community the idea of a kata green CI
which basically focused on reducing the amount of kata CI jobs running to
those *which are stable* (less than 5% false positives) and *have
maintainers*. Since then Gabriela and Wainer worked to create a daily
baseline set of jobs
<http://jenkins.katacontainers.io/view/Daily%20baseline/> which contain
almost all the jobs agreed upon in the corresponding github issue Salvador
opened <https://github.com/kata-containers/ci/issues/403>.

The goal in the upcoming 3 weeks is to review the stability of the jobs on
the daily baseline tab (which run on the main branch) and work with the
maintainers to fix any instability issues or to agree on removing them. As
we also pointed out, any jobs which are not part of the daily baseline are
expected to be removed from the kata CI <http://jenkins.katacontainers.io/>.

*How can you help this effort?*

   - If you have jobs on the daily baseline please look at them to see
   their past few runs and in case there are failures start working on fixing
   them. You have a mapping from the daily baseline jobs to the kata CI jobs
   and owners written at the beginning of the page (daily baseline tab)
   - If you have a job which is part of the kata CI and has not been added
   to the daily baseline you still have a chance to reach out to us to add it
   (assuming you are willing to maintain it and fix problems)
   - Join our meetings on Tuesdays 10AM EST (1 hour before the kata
   architecture meeting) to review the status of the kata CI and raise any
   issues you have. For those who didn't get the meeting invite this is the
   google meet:
      - https://meet.google.com/tna-zzpo-cmw

Comments and questions are welcomed.

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