17:00:05 <hhorak> #startmeeting Env and Stacks (2015-05-14)
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17:00:13 <hhorak> #meetingname env-and-stacks
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17:00:20 <hhorak> #chair bkabrda hhorak juhp ncoghlan vpavlin sicampbell walters ttomecek phracek
17:00:20 <zodbot> Current chairs: bkabrda hhorak juhp ncoghlan phracek sicampbell ttomecek vpavlin walters
17:00:29 <hhorak> #topic init process
17:02:04 <hhorak> hey guys, anybody for env and stacks?
17:06:50 <hhorak> while waiting for some more people, let's at least link some compulsory reading :)
17:06:55 <hhorak> #link https://fedorahosted.org/council/ticket/26
17:08:14 <walters> hi
17:08:30 <hhorak> #info there is also python - related mail from Orion worth looking at on ML
17:08:55 <hhorak> walters: hi, it seems we're alone here, so not sure it is worth doing the meeting.. what do you think?
17:09:21 <orionp> hello
17:10:29 <hhorak> orionp: hi
17:11:29 <walters> one thing i wanted to mention (and now I see orionp crossposted there) is there's a relatively new list rpm-ecosystem, and it's another place where there was a recent thread on containers: http://lists.rpm.org/pipermail/rpm-ecosystem/Week-of-Mon-20150511/000026.html
17:11:58 <walters> hhorak, we can probably follow up in conversations on tickets/github etc.  Plenty to do =)
17:13:20 <orionp> I went a little cross-post happy there - but nice to see that list
17:16:54 <hhorak> #link http://lists.rpm.org/pipermail/rpm-ecosystem/Week-of-Mon-20150511/000026.html
17:20:11 <hhorak> walters: do I understand the "follow up in conversations on tickets/github" correctly as let this meeting end?
17:20:18 <walters> yeah
17:21:27 <hhorak> walters: yeah, this time doesn't seem to be much popular..
17:23:48 <hhorak> orionp: since you're here, after quick-read of your proposal, it seems to solve the issues SCL solves, but only on repositories side, not on installation side, i.e. you won't be able to install more stacks this way at the same time, right?
17:24:42 <orionp> Well, the idea would be that each repository would have different prefixs, so you could have multiple repos/stacks
17:24:49 <orionp> but one stack per repo
17:26:14 <hhorak> and one installed at a time, right?
17:26:39 <orionp> I would want to be able to have multiple ones installed at the same time
17:27:59 <hhorak> orionp: ah, I see the piece now.. ok :)
17:29:27 <hhorak> I'll need to give it a deeper look, since I'm not a pythonist..
17:29:34 <hhorak> but interesting, indeed.
17:30:19 <hhorak> so just last piece of marketing before I close it for today..
17:30:34 <orionp> It was inspired working on this python issue, but I'm hoping it could be make generic.  It will take a *lot* of work/thought at the rpm/dnf level
17:30:49 <hhorak> #info as for "Docker images tips from SCL vs. OpenShift discussion" item on agenda -- let's at least highlight that some interesting content is being created here: (if not already mentioned)
17:30:49 <hhorak> #link https://github.com/projectatomic/container-best-practices/
17:31:29 <hhorak> #info and some dockerfiles (based on SCL packages) are being developed here:
17:31:29 <hhorak> #link https://github.com/sclorg/rhscl-dockerfiles
17:33:31 <hhorak> orionp: I was already thinking about something similar to what SCL is for, but more lightweight, without too much packaging burden and not covering all the use cases as SCL do..
17:34:00 <hhorak> orionp: anyway, thanks for sharing
17:34:03 <hhorak> #endmeeting