[openstack-dev] [Fuel] development tools

Sebastian Kalinowski skalinowski at mirantis.com
Thu Mar 19 13:21:13 UTC 2015

As I wrote in the review already: I like the idea of merging
those two tools and making a separate repository. After that
we could make they more visible in our documentation and wiki
so they could benefit from being used by broader audience.

Same for vagrant configuration - if it's useful (and it is
since newcomers are using them) we could at least move under
Mirantis organization on Github.


2015-03-19 13:49 GMT+01:00 Przemyslaw Kaminski <pkaminski at mirantis.com>:

> Hello,
> Some time ago I wrote some small tools that make Fuel development easier
> and it was suggested to add info about them to the documentation --
> here's the review link [1].
> Evgenyi Li correctly pointed out that we already have something like
> fuel_development already in fuel-web. I think though that we shouldn't
> mix such stuff directly into fuel-web, I mean we recently migrated CLI
> to a separate repo to make fuel-web thinner.
> So a suggestion -- maybe make these tools more official and create
> stackforge repos for them? I think dev ecosystem could benefit by having
> some standard way of dealing with the ISO (for example we get questions
> from people how to apply new openstack.yaml config to the DB).
> At the same time we could get rid of fuel_development and merge that
> into the new repos (it has the useful 'revert' functionality that I
> didn't think of :))
> P.
> [1] https://review.openstack.org/#/c/140355/9/docs/develop/env.rst
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