Alon Marx wrote:
> Thank you ALL for clearing up this issue.
> To sum up the discussion (not going into too many details):
> From legal stand point, if one uses python libraries they should be part
> of the community or confirming with the relevant licenses
> ( If one is
> not using python libraries (e.g. rest, command line, etc.) the
> non-python executable is considered legitimate wherever it is running.
> From deployment stand point the desire is to have any piece of code that
> is required on an openstack installation would be easily downloadable.
> We understand the requirements now and are working on a plan taking both
> considerations into account.

I wouldn't say that the situation is cleared up -- we still need to get
our act together and present a more uniform response to that question
across multiple projects. But AFAICT your summary accurately represents
the current Cinder team position on that matter.

I hope we'll be able to hold a cross-project workshop on that question
in Barcelona, so that we further clear up what is appropriate in-tree,
as a separate project team and as an external project, across all of

Thierry Carrez (ttx)

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