[openstack-dev] [oslo] Removing Nova specifics from oslo.log

Ronald Bradford me at ronaldbradford.com
Mon May 2 14:22:56 UTC 2016


As mentioned I have been working thru the App Agnostic Parameters blueprint
that will cover review of context attributes and kwarg specific use of
Presently due to legacy nova usage this current pattern is needed as it.

There was also a discussion at Austin with Michael Still regarding our work
with Nova to enhance usage of resource uuids that will enable some
subsequent deprecated usage of instance specific context and kwargs, but
this requires some pre-requisite work.



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On Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 4:11 AM, Julien Danjou <julien at danjou.info> wrote:

> On Thu, Apr 14 2016, Joshua Harlow wrote:
> > Well not entirely IMHO. I think oslo should obviously be easy to use
> inside
> > openstack and as well outside, with preference to inside openstack
> (especially
> > for libraries that start with 'oslo.*'). When we can make it more useable
> > outside openstack (and without hurting the mission of openstack being the
> > primary target for 'oslo.*' libraries) then obviously we should try to
> do our
> > best to...
> >
> > Will all the oslo.* libraries as they exist be forever perfect at a
> given point
> > in time, no. We can always do better, which is where the community comes
> in :)
> I tend to agree with you Josh, though you might want to keep in mind
> that OpenStack is now composed of 54 teams and even more projects. So at
> this stage making libraries "for OpenStack" is going to become a very
> vague definition as the need for generic code is going to increase.
> --
> Julien Danjou
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