On 11/12/2014 07:50 AM, Zane Bitter wrote:
> On 12/11/14 06:48, Angus Salkeld wrote:
>> (it's nice that there would be a consistent user experience
>> between these projects -mistral/heat/murano).
> It's actually potentially horrible, because you introduce potential
> quoting issues when you embed mistral workbooks in Heat templates or
> pass Heat templates to Murano.

I think the intention here was to say there are two paths forward.

1) Add an intrinsic for first_nonnull, and every other task.
2) Add YAQL to let users build their own expressions.

And that (1) involves users learning the Heat way of munging their data
with intrinsics, while (2) encourages them to learn YAQL, which they can
use across Heat, Mistral, and Murano. This would be a better experience
since users would (in theory) spend less time looking up the domain
language for task X.

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