[tc] Feedback on Airship pilot project
mihalis68 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 17 16:10:17 UTC 2019
I notice that although the code is released under the Apache license,
looking at a conceivable real at-scale deployment one would need to read
docs still marked as belonging to AT&T, for example
https://opendev.org/airship/treasuremap links to
which is marked "© Copyright 2018 AT&T Intellectual Property. Revision
I do not know if this is a problem, per se, but does not seem entirely
openstack-like to me.
On Wed, Oct 16, 2019 at 3:17 PM Jeremy Stanley <fungi at yuggoth.org> wrote:
> Hi TC members,
> The Airship project will start its confirmation process with the OSF
> Board of Directors at the Board meeting Tuesday next week. A
> draft of the slide deck they plan to present is available for
> Per the confirmation guidelines, the OSF Board of directors will
> take into account the feedback from representative bodies of
> existing confirmed Open Infrastructure Projects (OpenStack, Zuul and
> Kata) when evaluating Airship for confirmation.
> Particularly worth calling out, guideline #4 "Open collaboration"
> asserts the following:
> Project behaves as a good neighbor to other confirmed and pilot
> If you (our community at large, not just TC members) have any
> observations/interactions with the Airship project which could serve
> as useful examples for how these projects do or do not meet this and
> other guidelines, please provide them on the etherpad ASAP. If
> possible, include a citation with links to substantiate your
> If a TC representative can assemble this feedback and send it to the
> Board (for example, to the foundation mailing list) for
> consideration before the meeting next week, that would be
> appreciated. Apologies for the short notice.
> Jeremy Stanley
Chris Morgan <mihalis68 at gmail.com>
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