[openstack-dev] tenant or project
flavio at redhat.com
Mon Nov 25 09:20:56 UTC 2013
On 24/11/13 12:47 -0500, Doug Hellmann wrote:
>On Sun, Nov 24, 2013 at 12:08 AM, Morgan Fainberg <m at metacloud.com> wrote:
> In all honesty it doesn't matter which term we go with. As long as we are
> consistent and define the meaning. I think we can argue intuitive vs
> non-intuitive in this case unto the ground. I prefer "project" to tenant,
> but beyond being a bit of an "overloaded" term, I really don't think anyone
> will really notice one way or another as long as everything is using the
> same terminology. We could call it "grouping-of-openstack-things" if we
> wanted to (though I might have to pull some hair out if we go to that
> However, with all that in mind, we have made the choice to move toward
> project (horizon, keystone, OSC, keystoneclient) and have some momentum
> behind that push (plus newer projects already use the project
> nomenclature). Making a change back to tenant might prove a worse UX than
> moving everything else in line (nova I think is the one real major hurdle
> to get converted over, and deprecation of keystone v2 API).
>FWIW, ceilometer also uses project in our API (although some of our docs use
>the terms interchangeably).
And, FWIW, Marconi uses project as well.
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