[openstack-dev] Standard way to indicate a partial blueprint implementation?
flavio at redhat.com
Fri Jun 5 07:44:30 UTC 2015
On 04/06/15 19:23 -0400, Zane Bitter wrote:
>Ever since we established a format for including metadata about
>bugs in Git commit messages that included a 'Partial-Bug' tag, people
>have been looking for a way to do the equivalent for partial blueprint
>implementations. A non-exhaustive search of a small number of projects
>reveals at least the following formats in use:
>partial blueprint: x
>Implements: partial blueprint x
>Implements: partial-blueprint x
>part of blueprint x
>partial blueprint x
>Implements: blueprint x (partial)
>Partially implements: blueprint x
>Partially Implements: blueprint x
>Partially-Implements: blueprint x
>Partial implements blueprint x
>Part of blueprint x
>Partial-implements: blueprint x
>Partial-Implements: blueprint x
>partially implement: blueprint x
>No guidance is available on the wiki page. Clearly the regex
>doesn't care so long as it sees the word blueprint followed by the
>blueprint name. I have personally been using:
> Implements: partial-blueprint x
>but I don't actually care much. I would also be fine with:
> Partially-Implements: blueprint x
This is the one that we've been using in Zaqar.
>I do think it should have a colon so that it fits the format of the
>rest of the sign-off stanza, I don't think it should have any spaces
>before the colon for the same reason, and ideally it would have
>'Implements' in there somewhere for consistency.
>Sahara folks have documented a standard, but it fails on some of
>those criteria and in any event they haven't actually been following
>Can we agree on and document a standard way of doing this?
>Yes, someone -1'd my patch for this. How did you guess?
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