On Wed, Apr 29, 2020 at 12:42, J. Daniel Schmidt <jdsn(a)suse.com> wrote:
Given the current timeline that we have to become
am asking all of you to postpone this discussion to at least after
May 18th -
maybe even to June. Currently we just don't have the time or
such a discussion not even for any technical changes.
We tried to contact you twice before about this via email, and even
before this on progress-o-o opensuse-admin project and the lack of
communication there was the main reason why we didn't even bother
thinking about SUSE's system, and worked out our own. If this is how we
are going to work this out, I would prefer to switch over now, since you
already answered, and not in a few months when I will be waiting for any
I heard rumors that the missing feature might be
"openid" and UCS only
provides "openid connect". Yes thats true.
In our original schedule we would have had more time to address such
Right now I asked Bernhard Wiedemann (CCed) to look into this topic.
He is planning to provide openid with UCS in the backend. I think he
accept helping hands.
This solution might just be a quick workaround for some time, yes.
But I hope
that we can find volunteer that will look into packaging a solid
can be installed via the UCS app store natively. Then we will happily
to this solution.
This seems like a massive omission on your part, since both internal and
external openQA relies on OpenID (and for openSUSE Weblate and Jenkins).
I seriously cannot fathom you didn't actually look at the infrastructure
and think about what service requires what IDP. What were the criteria
Not to mention, I noted this as a requirement in the opensuse-admin
ticket where we were trying you to answer questions about the account
system too. No needs of openSUSE were ever considered, and it's
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