[openstack-dev] [architecture][nova][neutron][cinder][ceilometer][ironic] PTG stuff -- Arch-WG nova-compute-api fact-gathering session Tuesday 10:30 Macon
jim at jimrollenhagen.com
jim at jimrollenhagen.com
Sat Feb 18 18:56:26 UTC 2017
> On Feb 18, 2017, at 12:54, Dmitry Tantsur <divius.inside at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2017-02-17 19:16 GMT+01:00 Clint Byrum <clint at fewbar.com>:
>> Hello, I'm looking forward to seeing many of you next week in Atlanta.
>> We're going to be working on Arch-WG topics all day Tuesday, and if
>> you'd like to join us for that in general, please add your topic here:
>> I specifically want to call out an important discussion session for one
>> of our active work streams, nova-compute-api:
>> At this point, we've gotten a ton of information from various
>> contributors, and I want to thank everyone who commented on 411527 with
>> helpful data. I'll be compiling the data we have into some bullet points
>> which I intend to share on the projector in an etherpad, and then invite
>> the room to ensure the accuracy and completeness of what we have there.
>> I grabbed two 30-minute slots in Macon for Tuesday to do this, and I'd
>> like to invite anyone who has thoughts on how nova-compute interacts to
>> join us and participate. If you will not be able to attend, please read
>> the documents and comments in the reviews above and fill in any information
>> you think is missing on the etherpad so we can address it there.
>>  https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/arch-wg-nova-compute-api-ptg-pike
> https://ethercalc.openstack.org/Pike-PTG-Discussion-Rooms says you're in South Capital, not Macon. Who is right? :)
> I can attend, but I don't really understand what this topic is about. Mind providing at TL;DR? Why exactly should we change something around nova-compute <-> ironic?
Seems it's more about the architecture working group correctly understanding everything nova-compute does, before proposing any changes. The long term goal seems to be to break nova-compute out of nova.
I'll be at this session, FWIW, if you don't feel like it. :)
>> Once we have this data, I'll likely spend a small amount of time grabbing people from
>> each relevant project team on Wednesday/Thursday to get a deeper understanding of some
>> of the pieces that we talk about on Tuesday.
>> From that, as a group we'll produce a detailed analysis of all the ways
>> nova-compute is interacted with today, and ongoing efforts to change
>> them. If you are interested in this please do raise your hand and come
>> to our meetings as my time to work on this is limited, and the idea
>> for the Arch-WG isn't "Arch-WG solves OpenStack" but "Arch-WG provides
>> a structure by which teams can raise understanding of architecture."
>>  https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Meetings/Arch-WG
>> Once we've produced that analysis, which we intend to land as a document
>> in our arch-wg repository, we'll produce a set of specs in the appropriate
>> places (likely openstack-specs) for how to get it to where we want to
>> Also, speaking of the meeting -- Since we'll all be meeting on Tuesday
>> at the PTG, the meeting for next week is cancelled.
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