On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 5:23 AM, Thierry Carrez <thie...@openstack.org>
> 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
> > (http://governance.openstack.org/reference/licensing.html).
Its not clear to me what you mean with this sentence. You mean, 'all python
library that is included from the drivers must conform to OpenStack
licensing (i.e. Apache License)'?
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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