On Thu, Dec 01 2016, Mehdi Abaakouk wrote:

> I'm aware of all of that, oslo.messaging patch for the new version is
> ready since 8 months now. And we are still blocked... capping libraries,
> whatever the reason, is very annoying and just freezes people work.
> From the API pov python-kafka haven't break anything, the API is still
> here and documented (and deprecated). What monasca raises is performance
> issue due to how their uses the library, and on absumption on how it works
> internally. Blocking all projects for that looks not fair to me.
> As nadya said, now, we have users that that prefers using an unmerged
> patch and the new lib instead of using upstream supported
> version with the old lib. This is not an acceptable situation to me but that's
> just my thought.
> Where is the solution to allow oslo.messaging works blocked since 8
> month to continue ?


And if Monasca is using messaging, I wonder why they don't rely on
oslo.messaging, which would also solve this entire problem in a snap.

Julien Danjou
-- Free Software hacker
-- https://julien.danjou.info

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