[openstack-dev] [stackalytics] Official Programs tag?
thierry at openstack.org
Fri Nov 1 16:42:55 UTC 2013
Ilya Shakhat wrote:
> Currently the grouping is two-layer: the higher is to split between
> openstack-hosted and stackforge-hosted projects, the lower is to split
> core, incubation, docs, etc. The grouping may be not so accurate since
> it needs to comply with the latest changes in integrated / incubated
> projects (bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/stackalytics/+bug/1244485).
> I see there's a need to have stats for official projects (more correctly
> to say projects belonging to official
> programs https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Programs), and separate that
> stats from other openstack-hosted projects.
> So will it work to have the grouping like that?
> - Official OpenStack Projects
> - core
> - integrated
> - incubated
> - OpenStack complimentary projects (e.g. infra projects like jeepyb, gitdm)
> - Stackforge projects (everything from github/stackforge)
I think the following objective groupings make sense:
* Integrated (= commonly-released, server) projects (Nova, Swift... up
* Incubated (Marconi, Savanna...)
* All projects from all official programs (includes client bindings like
python-novaclient, openstack-infra/*, tempest, tripleO etc.)
* All stackforge
"Core" at this point probably doesn't make sense, since depending on who
you ask, or what reference text you look at, you'd get a different list.
Just use "integrated" instead.
"OpenStack complimentary projects" is also subjective and should be
dropped in favor of the "All projects from all official programs" category.
Thierry Carrez (ttx)
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