[openstack-dev] [Fuel] Plugins for Fuel: repo, doc, spec - where?
nmarkov at mirantis.com
Fri Jan 23 09:43:09 UTC 2015
I also wanted to add that there is a PR already on adding plugins
repos to stackforge: https://review.openstack.org/#/c/147169/
There is a battle in comments right now, because some people are not
agree that so many repos are needed.
On Fri, Jan 23, 2015 at 1:25 AM, Mike Scherbakov
<mscherbakov at mirantis.com> wrote:
> Hi Fuelers,
> we've implemented pluggable architecture piece in 6.0, and got a number of
> plugins already. Overall development process for plugins is still not fully
> We initially thought that having all the plugins in one repo on stackforge
> is Ok, we also put some docs into existing fuel-docs repo, and specs to
> We might need a change here. Plugins are not tight to any particular release
> date, and they can also be separated each from other in terms of committers
> and core reviewers. Also, it seems to be pretty natural to keep all docs and
> design specs associated with particular plugin.
> With all said, following best dev practices, it is suggested to:
> Have a separate stackforge repo per Fuel plugin in format
> "fuel-plugin-<name>", with separate core-reviewers group which should have
> plugin contributor initially
> Have docs folder in the plugin, and ability to build docs out of it
> do we want Sphinx or simple Github docs format is Ok? So people can just go
> to github/stackforge to see docs
> Have specification in the plugin repo
> also, do we need Sphinx here?
> Have plugins tests in the repo
> Ideas / suggestions / comments?
> Mike Scherbakov
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