[openstack-dev] [Nova] Updates to Juno blueprint review process
jay.lau.513 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 20 22:50:47 UTC 2014
It is better that we can have some diagram workflow just like
Gerrit_Workflow <https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Gerrit_Workflow> to show
the new process.
2014-03-21 4:23 GMT+08:00 Dolph Mathews <dolph.mathews at gmail.com>:
> On Thu, Mar 20, 2014 at 10:49 AM, Russell Bryant <rbryant at redhat.com>wrote:
>> We recently discussed the idea of using gerrit to review blueprint
>> specifications . There was a lot of support for the idea so we have
>> proceeded with putting this together before the start of the Juno
>> development cycle.
>> We now have a new project set up, openstack/nova-specs. You submit
>> changes to it just like any other project in gerrit. Find the README
>> and a template for specifications here:
> This is great! This is the same basic process we've used for API-impacting
> changes in keystone and it has worked really well for us, and we're eager
> to adopt the same thing on a more general level.
> The process seems overly complicated to me, however. As a blueprint
> proposer, I find it odd that I have to propose my blueprint as part of
> approved/ -- why not just have a single directory to file things away that
> have been implemented? Is it even necessary to preserve them? (why not just
> git rm when implemented?) Gerrit already provides a permalink (to the
>> The blueprint process wiki page has also been updated to reflect that we
>> will be using this for Nova:
>> Note that *all* Juno blueprints, including ones that were previously
>> approved, must go through this new process. This will help ensure that
>> blueprints previously approved still make sense, as well as ensure that
>> all Juno specs follow a more complete and consistent format.
>> Before the flood of spec reviews start, we would really like to get
>> feedback on the content of the spec template. It includes things like
>> "deployer impact" which could use more input. Feel free to provide
>> feedback on list, or just suggest updates via proposed changes in gerrit.
>> I suspect this process to evolve a bit throughout Juno, but I'm very
>> excited about the positive impact it is likely to have on our overall
>> Russell Bryant
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