On 2015-02-10 11:50:28 -0500 (-0500), David Kranz wrote:
> I would rather give up branchless tempest than the ability for
> real distributors/deployers/operators to collaborate on stable
> branches.

Keep in mind that branchless tempest came about in part due to
downstream use cases as well, not merely as a means to simplify our
testing implementation. Specifically, the interoperability (defcore,
refstack) push was for a testing framework and testset which could
work against multiple deployed environments regardless of what
release(s) they're running and without having to decide among
multiple versions of a tool to do so (especially since they might be
mixing components from multiple OpenStack integrated releases at any
given point in time).
Jeremy Stanley

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