Hello out there, ManageIQ community! Welcome to another edition of Last Week in ManageIQ hosted by yours truly, Jillian . As summer approaches it may be getting warm outside, but the ManageIQ repositories are still flurrying with activity as usual.
So, another week, another LWIMIQ…
After several months of Fine work by the fine ManageIQ team and community, we’re proud to present you the ManageIQ Fine release! This sixth ManageIQ release is named after American chess Grandmaster Reuben Fine.
Sprint 60 is mostly focused on the stabilization of upcoming Fine release, with close to half of the total 570 pull requests (a new high) going towards bug fixes. This sprint marks the first time that the Classic UI repo has outpaced the core ManageIQ repo in PRs, 158 to 148. From Sprint 52 to 60, the number of ManageIQ repositories went from 103 to 114 (11 new repos over 8 sprints), and more are being planned. We have a new “Repository Health Report” which includes number of files, Code Climate GPA scores and issues, as well as test coverages across different repos.
Hi! As you know, we’re all doing just Fine (pun intended) and I would like to discuss some of the details. So let’s get started.
On behalf of the ManageIQ team, we’re pleased to announce the Release Candidate for ManageIQ Fine! You can download the Fine RC Release here.
On behalf of the ManageIQ team, we’re pleased to announce the Beta 2 release for ManageIQ Fine! You can download the Fine Beta 2 Release here.
The Stuff Of Which Screams Are Made
A Lovecraftian Choose Your Own Adventure
Hello there! This is Harpreet Kataria, my first contribution at LWIMIQ blog post, I want to share some updates on what has been happening in ManageIQ world this past week. Team ManageIQ has been busy squashing bugz rapidly to make Fine release finer and more stable. After all bugz are bugz and must be squashed.
After a long and cold winter, we are thankful that spring is finally here! In some parts of the world, the cherry blossoms are spectacular. The birds are happily chirping. A
Fine season (get it?) indeed is one that brings with it a glimmer of sunshine and all around goodness.