[Openstack] [Foundation Board] Resolutions from the Technical Committee
brenski at mirantis.com
Thu Nov 14 16:51:00 UTC 2013
None of this answers the question of "what is currently the difference
between core and integrated." I agree with everything you said, but it
sounds to me like *integrated* = *core* at this point.
On Thu, Nov 14, 2013 at 8:41 AM, Troy Toman <troy at tomanator.com> wrote:
> - Troy
> > On Nov 14, 2013, at 10:35 AM, Thierry Carrez <thierry at openstack.org>
> > Boris Renski wrote:
> >> So if I am interpreting this correctly, we are doing away with the
> >> concept of Core entirely until after the interop work is done?
> >> Otherwise, I am a bit unclear as to the difference between "integrated"
> >> and "core" at this point?
> > I fear that the term "core" is way too overloaded at this point to be
> > used in any useful context. Like Mark said there are two different
> > trademark concepts, both of which are using the term "core". The first
> > one is:
> >>> 1) *Can* the projects themselves use the word "OpenStack" such as
> >>> "OpenStack Orchestration"? Answer: yes absolutely. This is already a
> >>> done deal and we are already doing it in practice. And its covered
> >>> under the bylaws once they are included in the integrated release by
> >>> TC vote. There is no need for further action.
> > That one is designated as "The Core OpenStack project" in the bylaws, a
> > list maintained by the secretary, recommended by the technical
> > committee, and approved by the BoD. It is what the recent TC resolution
> > was about.
> >>> 2) *Must* a commercial product or service branded "OpenStack" use
> >>> heat or ceilometer or project X from the integrated release? This is
> >>> the work underway.
> > This one is the effort around trademark usage and interop, and it's also
> > using the "core" term (as in: "the 'what is core' spider").
> > So I'm not sure we can do away with the concept of core entirely until
> > the interop work is done... but we could certainly stop using that same
> > confusing term for both things.
> > --
> > Thierry Carrez (ttx)
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