Doug Hellmann wrote: >>> Other projects up to try it? The only possible addition is that we might >>> need to work out is cross-project blueprints and which repo should those >>> live in? We're doing well on integration, be careful about siloing. >> >> TBH tracking cross-project blueprint impact is a problem *today*, >> typically we end up with either only one of the involved projects >> having a blueprint for the feature or all of them having one (if you >> are lucky they might at least link to the same design on the wiki >> but often not ;)). I am hoping that is something that can ultimately >> be addressed in storyboard but am unsure of how we would resolve >> that as part of this proposal, unless instead you had a central >> blueprint repository and used a tag in the review to indicate which >> projects are impacted/involved? > > A central repository does have a certain appeal, especially from my > perspective in Oslo where the work that we do will have an increasing > impact on the projects that consume the libraries. It makes review > permissions on the designs a little tricky, but I think we can work that > out with agreements rather than having to enforce it in gerrit.
Yes, the main drawback of the nova-specs repository is that it perpetuates a project-centric view of features. StoryBoard will enable tracking of cross-project features (the same way Launchpad bugs can have tasks affecting multiple projects). So if this idea sticks, it would be nice to have a solution for approval of cross-project specs in the future. In the mean time this is not a blocker to experimentation. -- Thierry Carrez (ttx) _______________________________________________ OpenStack-dev mailing list OpenStackfirstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.openstack.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/openstack-dev