Need a new gerrit group called 'mistral-core' for the new project 'Mistral'

Asked by Renat Akhmerov

We'd like to start a new project Mistral. Here are the details of the project:

The name of the gerrit project group: mistral-core

The desired Launchpad ID: mistral

Project summary: Task orchestration service for OpenStack cloud.

Project description: This OpenStack service aims to provide a convenient API based on utilization of 5min-to-learn generic DSL to execute any types of task flows.

The team that will own the project: mistral-core

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William Grant (wgrant) said :

Are you sure you don't just want to create a project at yourself? Anyone can create a Launchpad project to track bugs, blueprints, code, etc. Each project usually represents a single codebase. A project *group* is a collection of projects; it has no code, bugs, etc. of its own (see For example, is a project in the project group.

If you have no need for a project group, just directly create a new project at If you still think you need a new group to contain multiple projects, explain why and I can create it for you.

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Renat Akhmerov (rakhmerov) said :

Well, I believe I wasn't clear enough about my intentions. Sorry for that. What we really need is a core group for gerrit according to the document which mentions "project-name-core" group.

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Best William Grant (wgrant) said :

I think that's something you'd need to ask the administrators of OpenStack's Gerrit installation, not

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Renat Akhmerov (rakhmerov) said :

Yes, thank you. I've done not what I was going to do actually :) Just need to file a bug instead..