[quagga-dev 8294] Re: Quagga maintenance and development (was: Re: Re: Bug 497 - route reflector attributes not set - please patch?)

Renato Westphal renatowestphal at gmail.com
Fri Sep 17 22:40:40 BST 2010


" - mpls-quagga from James R. Leu, half-dead?, accompanied by kernel stuff"

It's not dead =)

I'm the new maintainer behind the Quagga/MPLS integration and LDP support.

A lot of work is being done. I will provide you more info in the next weeks.

Regards,
Renato Westphal.

2010/9/17 David Lamparter <equinox at diac24.net>

> On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 04:30:03PM +0100, Nick Hilliard wrote:
> > On 17/09/2010 16:01, Greg Troxel wrote:
> > > complicated.  The core issue is that the quagga code is undercommented.
> >
> > I think the core issue is more related to the fact that all the
> maintainers
> > are completely oversubscribed with other commitments, and consequently
> > cannot afford to spend as much time on Quagga as it needs.
>
> "We have maintainers?"
>
> > But it is causing serious problems with Quagga development and
> maintenance.
> >   One of the consequences is that we now have 5 separate Quagga branches,
> > each doing their own thing:
> >
> >       - quagga head
> >       - dn42
> >       - Vyatta
> >       - Balaji G
> >       - Euro-IX
>
> is the Euro-IX tree publicly accessible somewhere?
>
> Also, add to that 3 daemon additions:
>        - pimd (IPv4 SSM) from Everton Marques, actively developed
>        - bfdd, from ... no idea, dead but functional
>        - mpls-quagga from James R. Leu, half-dead?, accompanied by kernel
> stuff
>
> > At the moment, all of these trains appear to be mirroring all changes
> made
> > to quagga-head.  However, 4 separate code trains will not benefit the
> > project as a whole in the long term, unless more activity is concentrated
> > to the mainline head.
>
> Well, I can't say anything but a big fat ACK... but I'm kind of short on
> usable suggestions.
>
>
> -David
>
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