Sorry for the vague subject. I just wanted to commend Flavio Percoco and the Zaqar team for maintaining poise and being excellent citizens of OpenStack whilst being questioned intensely by the likes of me, and others.
I feel that this questioning has been useful, and will allow us to reason about Zaqar in the future. So, I recommend that we stop questioning, and start coding. If you feel that a lighter weight system with different guarantees will serve the users of OpenStack better than Zaqar, then own up and write it. Meanwhile, I suggest we spend our communication bandwidth and effort on reasoning about the bigger problem that Zaqar exposes, and which I think Monty has highlighted in his recent thread about the big tent. Anyway, thanks for listening. -Clint  The subject is a reference to beating a dead horse. Zaqar is not a horse, and is not dead. The first person to get angry about my declaration of Zaqar's death should be asked to wear a ridiculous sombrero to the next summit. _______________________________________________ OpenStack-dev mailing list OpenStackemail@example.com http://lists.openstack.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/openstack-dev