[openstack-dev] Pecan Evaluation for Marconi

Kurt Griffiths kurt.griffiths at rackspace.com
Wed Mar 19 18:28:24 UTC 2014

> Only one project is using swob, and it is unlikely that will change.

That begs the question, *why* is that unlikely to change? Is it because
there are fundamental needs that are not met by Pecan? If I understand the
original charter for Oslo, it was to consolidate code already in use by
projects to facilitate sharing. It would seem to me that if swob has a
compelling reason to exist, and other data plane projects see value in it
(and I’m starting to think Marconi would be on that list), it would be a
good candidate for extraction to a standalone library. I personally see a
lot of alignment between swob and Falcon, and convergence between the two
libraries could be a productive path to explore.


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