"... pursuing the fine grained rights approach. ..."
I was also re-reading your email and I was thinking... it would actually be v nice to have this in openwhisk. In this way developers can fully control what they want to do with the action. Another use-case I once had was to share an action that exposes a key-value store; in that case the action would have the credentials to talk to the key-value store which I didn't want to share with others. Having an option to hide default params from a shared actions would have been handy. So a fine-grained control would help other use-cases too. dragos ________________________________ From: Rodric Rabbah <rod...@gmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, February 14, 2018 6:39:04 PM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: How to share an action but not its code, nor parameters It’s worth mentioning that going through the web action path limits the compositions to those that can complete is 60s. So there are other benefits to pursuing the fine grained rights approach. -r