[openstack-dev] [app-catalog] [glare] [murano] [mistral] Austin summit summary: Community App Catalog
nik.komawar at gmail.com
Wed May 4 23:43:21 UTC 2016
Thanks Christopher for a really nice summary!
On 5/4/16 7:37 PM, Christopher Aedo wrote:
> Hello! At the summit I was excited to have many conversations with
> folks who are already using the Community App Catalog regularly, and
> many others who plan to increase their level of participation in the
> months to come - I'm really happy to see the continued interest in
> this effort. For those that were unable to join us in Austin, I
> wanted to provide a brief summary of what we covered and discussed
> during our fishbowl and design sessions. We tracked everything on an
> etherpad which captures the details.
> During the fishbowl session we talked about some of the new things we
> implemented in the last cycle including the addition of TOSCA assets
> to the catalog and a bunch of new tests that we added to the Horizon
> plugin. We also had an opportunity to discuss our plans to integrate
> Glare as a backend for the catalog and everything that will allow us
> to do. The most visible bits will be the ability for users to provide
> feedback and ratings for assets in addition to subscribing to an asset
> so they can be notified when the asset is updated. We are planning to
> complete implementation of the Glare backend within the next four months.
> Following the fishbowl session we had two work sessions during which
> we agreed on a few notable things, and the one which will have the
> most impact is closer coordination and integration with Murano. This
> will include coordinated efforts on the UI side as well as the OSC
> work we've been doing. The broader intention is to disambiguate the
> two projects in order to make it clear the Community App Catalog is
> the community run central repository for "things that run on OpenStack
> clouds" while still aiming for tight integration where appropriate.
> We will have two cross-project specs coming in the next month to
> detail these efforts and make clear our intentions and where things
> will overlap.
> Thanks again to everyone who was able to attend our sessions, and to
> all those who continue to help us build up the Community App Catalog!
> : https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/AUS-app-catalog
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