On 06/15/2017 10:35 AM, Jeremy Stanley wrote:
On 2017-06-15 10:48:21 +0200 (+0200), Thierry Carrez wrote:
I think that, despite the efforts of the Fuel team, Fuel did not become
what we hoped when we made it official: a universal installer that would
be used across the board. It was worth a try, I'm happy that we tried,
but I think it's time to stop considering it a part of "OpenStack"
proper and make it a hosted project. It can of course continue its
existence as an unofficial project hosted on OpenStack infrastructure.
I agree, it makes sense to be more clear as to the lack of
community-wide support for that effort. Perhaps if its popularity
increases outside one vendor's customer base to the point where
contributions from a broader set of stakeholders emerge, we can once
again evaluate its governance state.
While I personally agree that Fuel should be moved out of the official
projects list, I'd like to point out that Triple-O is virtually entirely
a Red Hat project:
so the fact that a project is entirely run by a single vendor or "has
popularity outside one vendor's customer base" has not been and
continues not to be a deciding factor on whether something is an
official OpenStack project or not.
I'd fully support the removal of all deployment projects from the
"official OpenStack projects list".
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