The ONAP Technical Community Document (section 3.3) specifies the project lifecycle and reviews to happen to progress between project states. For ease of reference, the states and reviews from that document has been repeated below.
The process for review is:
- The project review is posted two weeks in advanced in the Release Wiki. This allows all contributors to provide feedback prior to the review meeting. (include link when available)
- NOTE: For all reviews except Incubation reviews, use the project template provided under this page & place your completed template in the same folder. See Project Reviews table below.
- The project review is emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list
- Disposition by TSC: Confirm that the project state is complete and the listed requirements are met.
- Simple majority approval by voting TSC members
Project doesn’t really exist yet, may not have real resources, but is proposed and is expected to be created due to business needs.
Project has resources, but is recognized to be in the early stages of development. The outcome is a minimum viable product (MVP) that demonstrates the value of the project and is a useful vehicle for collecting feedback, but is not expected to be used in production environments.
Project is fully functioning and stable, has achieved successful releases.
Project provides value to and receives interest from a broad audience.
Project can reach Archived state for multiple reasons. Either project has successfully been completed and its artifacts provide business values, or project has been cancelled for unforeseen reasons (no value anymore, technical, etc.).
Project in any state can be Archived through a Termination Review.
|Please use the Proposed Projects page to find the proposal template and process.|
correction: Any State
|Please see this page for proposed updates to the termination process.|