[openstack-dev] Project Navigator Updates - Feedback Request
Jay S Bryant
jungleboyj at gmail.com
Tue Mar 28 14:16:16 UTC 2017
I am taking a look at the Cinder page. All-in-all this looks nice.
Couple of thoughts/questions:
* The install guide doesn't go to the guide for Cinder, just to the
docs.openstack.org website. Is that intentional?
* The "Find this service in the Marketplace" goes off to the devbranch
right now and requires authentication.
* I like the Most Active contributors section. Would it be possible
to get the names in the same format (<First Name> <Last Name>) and
possibly include the IRC nick? I am guessing you are getting
different formats due to the way it is queried. If you can't fix
that, at least associating it with the IRC nick would be good.
Let me know if you have any questions. Looks like a good thing for
OpenStack to have.
On 3/24/2017 11:57 AM, Lauren Sell wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> We’ve been talking for some time about updating the project navigator,
> and we have a draft ready to share for community feedback before we
> launch and publicize it. One of the big goals coming out of the joint
> TC/UC/Board meeting a few weeks ago was to help better communicate
> ‘what is openstack?’ and this is one step in that direction.
> A few goals in mind for the redesign:
> - Represent all official, user-facing projects and deployment services
> in the navigator
> - Better categorize the projects by function in a way that makes sense
> to prospective users (this may evolve over time as we work on mapping
> the OpenStack landscape)
> - Help users understand which projects are mature and stable vs emerging
> - Highlight popular project sets and sample configurations based on
> different use cases to help users get started
> For a bit of context, we’re working to give each OpenStack official
> project a stronger platform as we think of OpenStack as a framework of
> composable infrastructure services that can be used individually or
> together as a powerful system. This includes the project mascots (so
> we in effect have logos to promote each component separately), updates
> to the project navigator, and bringing back the “project updates”
> track at the Summit to give each PTL/core team a chance to provide an
> update on their project roadmap (to be recorded and promoted in the
> project navigator among other places!).
> We want your feedback on the project navigator v2 before it launches.
> Please take a look at the current version on the staging site and
> provide feedback on this thread.
> Please review the overall concept and the data and description for
> your project specifically. The data is primarily pulled from TC
> tags and Ops tags. You’ll notice some projects have more
> information available than others for various reasons. That’s one
> reason we decided to downplay the maturity metric for now and the data
> on some pages is hidden. If you think your project is missing data,
> please check out the repositories and submit changes or again respond
> to this thread.
> Also know this will continue to evolve and we are open to feedback. As
> I mentioned, a team that formed at the joint strategy session a few
> weeks ago is tackling how we map OpenStack projects, which may be
> reflected in the categories. And I suspect we’ll continue to build out
> additional tags and better data sources to be incorporated.
> Thanks for your feedback and help.
>  https://governance.openstack.org/tc/reference/tags/
>  https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Operations/Tags
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