> >>> Why wouldn’t they live in the repo of the application that generates the > >>> notification, like we do with the database schema and APIs defined by > >>> those apps? > >> > >> That would mean downstream consumers (potentially in different languages) > >> would need to pull all repos and extract just the schema parts. A > >> separate repo would make it more accessible. > > >OK, fair. Could we address that by publishing the schemas for an app in a > >tar ball using a post merge job? > > That's something to consider. At first blush it feels a little clunky to pull > all projects to extract schemas whenever any of the projects change. > > But there is something to be said about having the schema files next to the > code that going to generate the data.
My initial read of Doug's proposal was for a tarball of the project's schemas to be published somewhere out-of-tree, e.g. to tarballs.openstack.org, via a post-merge git hook or some-such. Not 100% sure that's a correct interpretation of the proposal, but it would avoid the need for the consumer projects to pull the repos of the emitter projects. Cheers, Eoghan _______________________________________________ OpenStack-dev mailing list OpenStackemail@example.com http://lists.openstack.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/openstack-dev