[ClusterLabs] Moving PAF to clusterlabs ?

Digimer lists at alteeve.ca
Thu Sep 7 09:37:16 EDT 2017

On 2017-09-07 03:28 PM, Jehan-Guillaume de Rorthais wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am currently thinking about moving the RA PAF (PostgreSQL Automatic Failover)
> out of the Dalibo organisation on Github. Code and website.
> The point here is to encourage the community to contribute to the project (not
> only in code, but feedback, use, doc, etc), stating that this is a truly
> community-oriented project. Not just a beast from Dalibo for Dalibo. Moreover,
> this project already receive a significant amount of contribution from some
> other people outside of Dalibo.
> I would rather love seeing it in ClusterLabs organization. Either as a specific
> project or directly in the resource-agents one. However, I'm not sure of what
> it would requiert, how it can conflict with the pgsql existing RA, if it should
> move to its own namespace, etc. I already explained some years ago why we built
> this RA instead of using the existing one. See thread [1].
> Currently, PAF links are:
> * homepage: http://dalibo.github.io/PAF/documentation.html
> * lists: 
>   * pgsql-general https://www.postgresql.org/list/pgsql-general/
>   * users at clusterlabs.org
> * code: https://github.com/dalibo/PAF/
> * issues: https://github.com/dalibo/PAF/issues
> * license: PostgreSQL (BSD-like)
> * language: perl
> * packages: RPM and Deb (available on github or included in the PGDG repository)
> Note that part of the project (some perl modules) might be pushed to
> resource-agents independently, see [2]. Two years after, I'm still around on
> this project. Obviously, I'll keep maintaining it on my Dalibo's and personal
> time.
> Thoughts?
> [1] http://lists.clusterlabs.org/pipermail/developers/2015-August/000066.html
> [2] http://lists.clusterlabs.org/pipermail/developers/2015-August/000068.html
> Regards,

+1 from me.

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