[openstack-dev] [glance] Queens PTG: Thursday summary
moreira.belmiro.email.lists at gmail.com
Wed Sep 27 12:40:44 UTC 2017
In the past we used the tabs but latest Horizon versions use the visibility
The issue is that we would like the old images to continue to be
discoverable by everyone and have a image list that only shows the latest
If the images continue to be public they will be shown by the CLIs in the
default image-list. In our case the list was very long.
We are now using the “community” visibility to hide the old images from the
default image list. But it’s not ideal.
I will move the old spec about image lifecycle to glance.
On Wed, 27 Sep 2017 at 00:25, Blair Bethwaite <blair.bethwaite at gmail.com>
> Hi Belmiro,
> On 20 Sep. 2017 7:58 pm, "Belmiro Moreira" <
> moreira.belmiro.email.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Discovering the latest image release is hard. So we added an image
> property "recommended"
> > that we update when a new image release is available. Also, we patched
> horizon to show
> > the "recommended" images first.
> There is built in support in Horizon that allows displaying multiple image
> category tabs where each takes contents from the list of images owned by a
> specific project/tenant. In the Nectar research cloud this is what we rely
> on to distinguish between "Public", "Project", "Nectar" (the base images we
> maintain), and "Contributed" (images contributed by users who wish them to
> be tested by us and effectively promoted as quality assured). When we
> update a "Nectar" or "Contributed" image the old version stays public but
> is moved into a project for deprecated images of that category, where
> eventually we can clean it up.
> > This helps our users to identify the latest image release but we
> continue to show for
> > each project the full list of public images + all personal user images.
> Could you use the same model as us?
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