Migrating git repos to OpenDev
gmann at ghanshyammann.com
Wed Apr 17 15:23:08 UTC 2019
---- On Wed, 17 Apr 2019 04:45:18 -0500 Chris Dent <cdent+os at anticdent.org> wrote ----
> On Tue, 16 Apr 2019, Ghanshyam Mann wrote:
> > I found one more which need to be placed somewhere in openstack/
> > - microversion-parse - this lib is used by many projects for API microversion parsing. maybe cdent can suggest.
> When microversion-parse was first put together it wasn't put under
> an official project for three reasons:
> * Make it accessible to anything outside the OpenStack world that
> might like to work with microversion (if ever such a thing cae to
> * Make it crystal clear that the library was just a thing you
> install from PyPI, no big deal.
> * Couldn't decide anywhere to put it.
> We're essentially still in that boat, but what's changed, at least a
> bit, is that it's increasingly easy to think of things born in the
> OpenStack world as just things you can install from PyPI.
> All of which is a long way of saying I don't really have any good
> The current core group is made up of members of the API-SIG but that
> group doesn't currently own any code-oriented repos.
> If it is acceptable for it to be openstack/microversion-parse then
> let's do that. If it can't, because it is not "official", then it's
> also fine for it to be in the 'x' namespace. The main signifier (to
> me) is the domain name, and with that changing anyway, the rest of
> it doesn't really signify.
Thanks Chris for detail information. As it is very close and OpenStack-only-used lib,
For long term maintenance, it will be good if it stay under openstack. and if we want to
extend it with more common classes like APIVersionRequest thing
Moving to oslo can be one idea to discuss.
If you would like to keep it under openstack/ till opendev-transition, you can add
this in this ethercal and after that, we can discuss to propose under some
official project like oslo etc ?
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