+1 that's a great way to state it Sam.
regards, mike ----- Original Message ----- > Hi Amit, > > Keeping in mind this viewpoint is nothing but my own personal view, my > recommendation would be to not mandate the use of a particular validation > framework, but to instead define what kind of validation clients should > expect the server to perform in general. For example, I would expect a > service to return an error code and not perform any action if I called > "Create server" but did not include a request body, but the actual manner in > which that error is generated within the service does not matter from the > client's perspective. > > This is not to say the API Working Group wouldn't help you evaluate the > potential of Stoplight to meet the needs of a service. To the contrary, by > clearly defining the expectations of a service's responses to requests, > you'll have a great idea of exactly what to look for in your evaluation, and > your final decision would be based on objective results. > > Thank you, > Sam Harwell _______________________________________________ OpenStack-dev mailing list OpenStackfirstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.openstack.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/openstack-dev