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[i18n][mogan][neutron][swift][tc][valet] Cleaning up IRC logging for defunct channels


> On 17 Sep 2019, at 07:11, Akihiro Motoki <amotoki at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 17, 2019 at 7:20 AM Jeremy Stanley <fungi at yuggoth.org> wrote:
>> Freenode imposes a hard limit of 120 simultaneously joined channels
>> for any single account. We've once again reached that limit with our
>> channel-logging meetbot. As a quick measure, I've proposed a bit of
>> cleanup: https://review.opendev.org/682500
>> Analysis of IRC channel logs indicates the following have seen 5 or
>> fewer non-bot comments posted in the past 12 months and are likely
>> of no value to continue logging:
>>    5 #openstack-vpnaas
> I would like to add the following channels to this list in addition to
> #openstack-vpnaas.
> This is what I think recently but I haven't discussed it yet with the team.
> - openstack-fwaas
> - networking-sfc

Ha, I didnâ??t even know that such channels exists. And from what I can say, if there are any topics related to such stadium projects, we are discussing them on #openstack-neutron channel usually.
IMHO we can remove them too.

> I see only 5~20 members in these channels constantly.
> Developments in FWaaS and SFC are not so active, so I don't see a good
> reason to have a separate channel.
> They can be merged into the main neutron channel #openstack-neutron.
> Is there any guideline on how to guide users to migrate a channel to
> another channel?
> Thanks,
> Akihiro
>>    2 #swift3
>>    2 #openstack-ko
>>    1 #openstack-deployment
>>    1 #midonet
>>    0 #openstack-valet
>>    0 #openstack-swg
>>    0 #openstack-mogan
>> Please let me know either here on the ML or with a comment on the
>> review linked above if you have a reason to continue logging any of
>> these channels. I'd like to merge it later this week if possible.
>> Thanks!
>> --
>> Jeremy Stanley

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