[openstack-dev] [Fuel][Nailgun] Web framework
skalinowski at mirantis.com
Wed Dec 3 14:35:37 UTC 2014
I never used Flask and Pecan personally so I can only rely from what I saw
in this thread and in both projects docs.
I don't have strong opinion, just want to share some thoughts.
I think that as a part of OpenStack community we should stick with Pecan
and because of the same reason
we can have a bigger impact how future versions of Pecan will look.
If we will choose Flask I see is that we not only need to choose a
framework, but also decide which
extension will be used to provide REST support (I do not like that we just
assume "flask-restful will be used").
To be honest right now I'm more convinced that we should choose Pecan.
2014-12-03 14:22 GMT+01:00 Nikolay Markov <nmarkov at mirantis.com>:
> Dear colleagues,
> We surely may take into account the beauty of the code in both cases
> (as for me, Pecan loses here, too) and argue about global objects and
> stuff, but I'm trying to look at amount of men and time we need to
> move to one of these frameworks.
Agree that we should look on the man-hours for implementation, but I think
that it is as
important as all the small things like global object etc. since they could
make future development
painful or pleasant.
> I wouldn't say our API is badly designed, nevertheless Pecan still has
> a lot of issues needed to be fixed by hand. We don't want to spend
> much time to this task, because it is mostly the matter of convenience
> and simplicity for developers, it changes nothing in features or
> customer-facing behavior.
> And if we take in account the amount of hours we need to move, based
> on my experience Flask definitely wins here.
Cannot we reuse the PoC () with Pecan that was created? There was a lot
of work put into that piece of code.
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