[openstack-dev] [Ironic] Specs process query
rlooyahoo at gmail.com
Wed Jul 22 20:11:00 UTC 2015
On 20 July 2015 at 08:27, Matt Keenan <matt.keenan at oracle.com> wrote:
> On 07/06/15 23:19, Ruby Loo wrote:
>> On 1 July 2015 at 08:25, Matt Keenan <matt.keenan at oracle.com
>> <mailto:matt.keenan at oracle.com>> wrote:
>> In submitting my first ironic spec, I am following the process
>> outlined at:
>> As of Kilo this suggests we also follow:
>> This indicates that once a spec is registered before submission of
>> the spec text the registered spec needs to be given the ok.
>> Quick discussion on IRC indicates that this was never adhered to. If
>> it's not going to be adhered to then I'd suggest removing this
>> reference from Specs_Process.
>> Hi Matt,
>> My interpretation of the email you referenced, was to help 'fast-track'
>> two things: 1. new 'features' that didn't require a spec to be written
>> and 2. new 'features' that are out of scope or something that just won't
>> work for whatever reason.
>> I believe it may be true (although I haven't read all the proposed
>> specs) that no one has actually followed that process, but I don't know
>> if that means we should not provide that as a choice. Are you
>> interpreting it as 'You must follow this process' as opposed to 'You
>> could choose to follow this process'?
> My interpretation was "You must follow this process", but if it's optional
> then not an issue I guess.
Thanks for the feedback Matt. I've updated the wiki so that it is clearer
(I hope) that it is optional!
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