On 5/17/2018 11:02 AM, Doug Hellmann wrote:
After some discussion on twitter and IRC, we've added a new session to
the Forum schedule for next week to discuss our options for cleaning up
some of the design/technical debt in our REST APIs.


Not to troll too hard here, but it's kind of frustrating to see that twitter trumps people actually proposing sessions on time and then having them be rejected.

The session description:

   The introduction of microversions in OpenStack APIs added a
   mechanism to incrementally change APIs without breaking users.
   We're now at the point where people would like to start making
   old things go away, which means we need to hammer out a plan and
   potentially put it forward as a community goal.

[1]https://www.openstack.org/summit/vancouver-2018/summit-schedule/events/21881/api-debt-cleanup

This also came up at the Pike PTG in Atlanta:

https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/ptg-architecture-workgroup

See the "raising the minimum microversion" section. The TODO was Ironic was going to go off and do this and see how much people freaked out. What's changed since then besides that not happening? Since I'm not on twitter, I don't know what new thing prompted this.

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Thanks,

Matt

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