Re: PDC replacement proposal

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On Mon, Sep 04, 2023 at 04:51:22PM +0200, Tomas Hrcka wrote:
> Hello all, it took us a few years but we are finally getting rid of the PDC
> project. Thanks to the ARC research we identified use cases in our tooling
> and proposed solution.
> The essential functionalities currently provided by PDC will be
> re-implemented in other applications within our release infrastructure, as
> there are no immediate plans for their replacement and are currently
> maintained
> This work is anticipated to span several months for completion. However,
> before we embark on this endeavor,
> we would like to proactively share our proposed solution with all of you
> and gather your valuable feedback.
> Below, we outline our strategy to preserve the core functionality of PDC by
> leveraging existing applications within our ecosystem.
> Current uses of PDC:
> Currently, we rely on the Package Database (PDC) for various data
> management tasks, including:
>    1.
>    Critical Path Package Tracking: Bodhi leverages PDC to track packages on
>    the critical path.
>    2.
>    Retirement of Packages and Service Level Agreements (SLAs): PDC assists
>    in managing the retirement of packages and their associated SLAs.

Hmm, what SLAs? With the removal of modularity, the idea of SLAs also died.
Packages are supported until the release for which they are built goes EOL.
So this whole idea and related functionality is not needed.

>    3.
>    Metadata for Nightly Composes: Our Release Engineering and Fedora
>    Quality Assurance teams rely on PDC for metadata related to nightly
>    composes.

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