[forum] Summary of the "Better expose what we produce" session

François Magimel francois.magimel at alumni.enseeiht.fr
Thu Nov 22 22:50:44 UTC 2018

Hi Thierry,

Thanks about your summary. I was not be able to be at this presentation to ask my question, so I'll go with this mail. Where can we open bugs for this project ? Is there an IRC channel ? And where yaml files are translated to HTML ?

Thank you again for this useful map,

Le 22/11/2018 à 17:26, Thierry Carrez a écrit :
> Hi everyone,
> The OpenStack community produces a complex landscape of services and other deliverables. Presenting those to the rest of the world in a way that is comprehensive, makes sense and is not overwhelming has been a constant challenge.
> During this forum session in Berlin we presented the status of various efforts and websites, and discussed next steps. You can see the notes of the session at:
> https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/BER-better-expose-what-we-produce
> The plan going forward is to:
> 1. Continue improving the information presented on openstack.org/software and make more elements driven by the openstack/openstack-map repository YAML files. Immediate next steps include rolling out a new "Overview" page, providing an example YAML template, adding project update video links to the YAML for easier update, and finishing compiling "dependency" information from teams. We will also consider adding diagrams, although it creates a lot of consistency challenges.
> 2. Make the pages less about the teams and more about the software. That involves creating team pages (or enriching those from the governance website) and link to them instead of displaying information on the software page.
> 3. Brainstorm ways to move the "drivers list" (currently displayed in the "marketplace" using outdated data from stackalytics Drivers page) directly on the software page
> 4. For deployment tools, include data from the deployment tool comparison effort (discussed in another session), and consider making room for third-party tools as well. Also as a comparison point see https://kubernetes.io/docs/setup/pick-right-solution/
> 5. For SDKs, include non-developed-locally language SDKs in a separate tab, and engage with the groups working on SDK certification / validation to see if there is any additional information we can show. Also as a comparison point see https://kubernetes.io/docs/reference/using-api/client-libraries/
> Thanks !

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