[openstack-dev] [Nova] The unbearable lightness of specs
snikitin at mirantis.com
Thu Jun 25 11:58:14 UTC 2015
>>> I've repeatedly stated that the fact that we created an even smaller
>>> clique of people to approve specs (nova-drivers which is a tiny subset
>>> of the already faaaar too small nova-core) is madness, as it creates
>>> an even worse review burden on them, and thus worsens the bottleneck
>>> than we already have.
> I agree that the number of people who can approve specs is too small at
> the moment. But relatively few people are actually reviewing specs so
> building trust here is difficult.
I agree that the number of people who can approve specs is too small at the
moment too. But I disagree that we have few people who actually reviews
For example I had a spec (approved for Juno and Kilo, but not approved for
Liberty) https://review.openstack.org/#/c/177112/ which has nine +1 and
zero +2. I implemented this spec a long time ago but I spent about 2 months
to reaprove spec in Liberty. And it's not reapproved yet.
Especially strange for me is that not all nova cores have core status in
nova-specs repository. Now we have 14 nova cores and only 7 nova-spec
cores. I think if a contributor worked hard to become a nova core, he or
she is competent to get a nova-spec core status.
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