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msm at redhat.com
Thu Jul 14 16:35:13 UTC 2016
Greetings OpenStack community,
No new guidelines have been merged or proposed for freeze this week.
There are 19 outstanding issues in the launchpad bug tracker for the
working group, and we are always looking for more help from the
community. A few hot issues currently are the need for an acceptable
guideline on pagination, and some history and advice on why extensions
have not worked and should not be used. If you are interested in helping
the effort, please take a look at the issues and reach out to the group.
# Recently merged guidelines
No new guidelines in the last two weeks but the following fixes were merged:
* Get rid of the DRAFT warning at the top of guidelines
* Remove "Conveying error/fault information" section
# API guidelines proposed for freeze
The following guidelines are available for broader review by interested
parties. These will be merged in one week if there is no further feedback.
None this week
# Guidelines currently under review
These are guidelines that the working group are debating and working on
for consistency and language. We encourage any interested parties to
join in the conversation.
* Add the beginning of a set of guidlines for URIs
* Add description of pagination parameters
Note that some of these guidelines were introduced quite a long time ago
and need to either be refreshed by their original authors, or adopted by
new interested parties. If you're the author of one of these older
reviews, please come back to it or we'll have to mark it abandoned.
# API Impact reviews currently open
Reviews marked as APIImpact  are meant to help inform the working
group about changes which would benefit from wider inspection by group
members and liaisons. While the working group will attempt to address
these reviews whenever possible, it is highly recommended that
interested parties attend the API-WG meetings  to promote
communication surrounding their reviews.
To learn more about the API WG mission and the work we do, see OpenStack
API Working Group .
Thanks for reading and see you next week!
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