[Docker-maint] docker, consul, notary and others
tianon at debian.org
Mon Mar 7 17:25:46 UTC 2016
On 6 March 2016 at 14:47, Dmitry Smirnov <onlyjob at debian.org> wrote:
> I'm working hard to update dependencies required by new version of docker.
> If that's all right with you I'd like to join you as co-maintainer of consul,
> notary, docker.io and some other packages.
Getting more eyes on the packages sounds reasonable, and should help
get deps faster. :)
> Consul 0.6.3 is currently waiting for "go-memdb" blocked by another package
> in NEW; notary 0.2.0 is waiting for bugsnag blocked by revel/NEW and for
> docker-distribution 2.3.0 is OK; libnetwork is almost finished and should be
> ready for upload as soon as we introduce consul (can I, can I ;).
> I'm contemplating idea of uploading older version of consul, just to speed
> things up.
Sounds reasonable to me -- it was basically ready last I looked, just
needed review and upload.
Is "libnetwork" finally abstract enough that it can be used without
"docker/docker" ? I think we've been shipping "src:docker.io" as
multi-orig up until now specifically just for this last holdout that
was too deeply integrated to package separately, so I'd love to be
able to remove that complication!
> Also I think we should upload notary with bundled "github.com/docker/docker"
> (to avoid circular dependency on docker) and with bundled "github.com/docker/
> go" as the latter does not look like a good candidate to be shipped in its
> own package.
This is tricky territory, I think. Policy 4.13 is the relevant
section we'll need to be careful about
which does talk about "unless the included package is explicitly
intended to be used in this way" (giving us some kind of leeway here)
but in this case I don't think Notary is intended to be the only
consumer of this code, is it? Would it be legal/make sense (within
the confines of policy and good practice) to split
golang-github-docker-docker-dev out from src:docker.io to help resolve
(I've added the relevant groups to CC here so that we can hopefully
get a bit of further comment on this front, since I'm sure Docker and
friends won't be the last Go packages to have this kind of issue.)
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