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

Jimmy McArthur jimmy at openstack.org
Fri Nov 23 16:24:56 UTC 2018


And the yaml to html translation occurs here: 
https://github.com/OpenStackweb/openstack-org/tree/master/software  
We're actually testing many of the new features Thierry mentioned on the 
master branch now.

> Jeremy Stanley <mailto:fungi at yuggoth.org>
> November 22, 2018 at 6:07 PM
> [...]
>
> The source code is available from
> https://git.openstack.org/cgit/openstack/openstack-map/tree/ and
> patches can be submitted through the Gerrit instance at
> https://review.openstack.org/ but I don't see any defect tracker set
> up for that repository (yet anyway).
> Fran├žois Magimel <mailto:francois.magimel at alumni.enseeiht.fr>
> November 22, 2018 at 4:50 PM
> 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,
> Fran├žois
>
>
>
> Thierry Carrez <mailto:thierry at openstack.org>
> November 22, 2018 at 10:26 AM
> 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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