Project-scoped app creds - Best practice

Rafael Weingärtner rafaelweingartner at
Fri Nov 26 20:24:07 UTC 2021

Haha, thanks!

If you want/need I can share the patch to have project bound credentials in
Keystone. Just let me know.

On Fri, Nov 26, 2021 at 5:21 PM Ryan Bannon <ryan.bannon at> wrote:

> I think you're being too hard on yourself :)
> On Fri, Nov 26, 2021 at 12:50 PM Rafael Weingärtner <
> rafaelweingartner at> wrote:
>> Ryan,
>> That happened with Keystone for some time (I have 3 or more specs that
>> are stuck, even though they were discussed in-depth), the reviews were
>> becoming quite massive (for me, for the specs I proposed) without getting
>> anywhere, and maybe that is a consequence of PTLs/core reviewers being
>> focused on somewhere else, or not having enough time to execute the
>> paperwork of a new feature being proposed, evaluated, and accepted.
>> I know that this is also my fault because I could have volunteered to
>> become core review/PTL to try to add more work on Keystone, but I did not
>> have enough time to dedicate to Keystone. This caused the specs to get
>> stuck (and their patch). That is also why, for this latest spec I created,
>> I did not publish the patch. For the other specs, I proposed the patch,
>> they (the specs) were more or less accepted (we had a consensus), but never
>> got merged, which caused the patches only to get conflicts, and not move
>> forward, which made me a bit disappointed (after having fixed conflicts
>> countless times).
>> One of my new year's resolutions is to dedicate more time to Keystone
>> next year. Or, at least, as much as I dedicate to CloudKitty to see if we
>> can get these moving on.

Rafael Weingärtner
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