[osc][sdk] Merging OpenStack SDK and OpenStack Client teams
artem.goncharov at gmail.com
Wed Mar 4 16:28:14 UTC 2020
I would definitely vote for that, since it will help to address one of our biggest problems - changes in OSC take very long to get in due to lack of resources (not to blame anybody).
> On 4. Mar 2020, at 17:19, Monty Taylor <mordred at inaugust.com> wrote:
> Hey everybody,
> I’d like to propose merging the SDK and OSC teams. We already share an IRC channel, and already share a purpose in life. In OSC we have a current goal of swapping out client implementation for SDK, and we’re
> Already ensuring that SDK does what it needs to do to facilitate that goal. We also already share PTG space, and have requested a shared set of time at the upcoming Denver PTG. So really the separation is historical not practical, and these days having additional layers of governance is not super useful.
> I propose that we do a simple merge of the teams. This means the current SDK cores will become cores on OSC, and as most of the OSC cores are already SDK cores, it means the SDK team gains amotoki - which is always a positive.
> Dean hasn’t had time to spend on OSC quite a bit, sadly, and while we remain hopeful that this will change, we’re slowly coming to terms with the possibility that it might not. With that in mind, I’ll serve as the PTL for the new combined team until the next election.
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