No, actually I was asking: is it possible to create a separate repository for an INSTALLER? Something like "incubator-openwhisk-install"
There is a lot of confusion how to install OpenWhisk and multiple separate repositories. I think the docker-compose, the kubernetes installer, the dcos and the vagrant file should be collected in a single place. Then work from there to create an installer. I really believe you should be able to install openwhisk without having to install ansible or vagrant for example. I have as a model tools like kops, docker-machine or minikube. I discussed with Rodric about this problem and he basically agree. So, once done with the Go actions (I am 99%) I will try to work on this problem. -- Michele Sciabarra mich...@sciabarra.com On Thu, Apr 12, 2018, at 11:44 AM, Bertrand Delacretaz wrote: > Hi, > > About this question from the tech interchange notes: > > > Michele: is there poss. to create a separate a project that describes all > > repos/projects (help manage)? > > FWIW in Sling we have https://sling.apache.org/repolist.html which is > built from an XML file generated at > https://github.com/apache/sling-aggregator/ . No automatic > regeneration of that XML file so far, but updates to it are picked up > whenever the Sling website is built. > > The relevant code is here - using Maven + JBake and not Jekyll, so FWIW: > > https://github.com/apache/sling-site/blob/master/pom.xml downloads the > XML file > https://github.com/apache/sling-site/blob/master/src/main/jbake/templates/repolist.tpl > builds the web page > > I suppose this could be adapted for OpenWhisk. > > -Bertrand