[openstack-dev] [Congress] Installation/Deployment Docs

Tim Hinrichs tim at styra.com
Wed Jan 11 16:29:40 UTC 2017

The reason we have devstack instructions under Users is because they are so
easy and make it simple to test drive Congress. To test drive you need at
least a couple of services besides Congress, which makes devstack a good

But maybe users don't care about install at all. Operators care about
install and upgrade. Users care about data sources, policies, etc.

On Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 2:24 PM Aimee Ukasick <aimeeu.opensource at gmail.com>

> Hi all. While looking at the installation docs in preparation for
> scripting and testing Congress installation
> (https://bugs.launchpad.net/congress/+bug/1651928), I noticed there are
> installation instructions in two places:  1) For Users: Congress
> Introduction and Installation; and 2) For Operators: Deployment. The
> "For Users" section details Devstack as well as Standalone installation.
> I would like to rearrange the content: 1) move README.rst/4.1
> Devstack-install and 4.3 Debugging unit tests to to the For
> Developers/Contributing section; 2) move README.rst/4.2 Standalone
> install and 4.4 Upgrade to the For Operators/Deployment section. I think
> this  would make it easier for end users to create an installation
> script or validate an existing script.
> Any objections or thoughts?
> Thanks.
> --
> Aimee Ukasick, AT&T Open Source
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