[Openstack-operators] [nova] Backlog Specs: a way to send requirements to the developer community
boris at pavlovic.me
Thu May 14 18:04:40 UTC 2015
I believe that backlog should be different much simpler then specs.
Imho Operators don't have time / don't want to write long long specs and
analyze how they are aligned with specs
or moreover how they should be implemented and how they impact
performance/security/scalability. They want
just to provide feedback and someday get it implemented/fixed.
In Rally we chose different way called "feature request".
The process is the same as for specs, but template is much simpler.
Here is the page:
And here is the sample of feature request:
On Thu, May 14, 2015 at 9:03 PM, Boris Pavlovic <bpavlovic at mirantis.com>
> I believe that backlog should be different much simpler then specs.
> Imho Operators don't have time / don't want to write long long specs and
> analyze how they are aligned with specs
> or moreover how they should be implemented and how they impact
> performance/security/scalability. They want
> just to provide feedback and someday get it implemented/fixed.
> In Rally we chose different way called "feature request".
> The process is the same as for specs, but template is much simpler.
> Here is the page:
> And here is the sample of feature request:
> Best regards,
> Boris Pavlovic
> On Thu, May 14, 2015 at 8:47 PM, John Garbutt <john at johngarbutt.com>
>> I was talking with Matt (VW) about how best some large deployment
>> working sessions could send their requirements to Nova.
>> As an operator, if you have a problem that needs fixing or use case
>> that needs addressing, a great way of raising that issue with the
>> developer community is a "Backlog" nova-spec.
>> You can read more about Nova's backlog specs here:
>> Any questions, comments or ideas, please do let me know.
>> In Kilo we formally started accepting "backlog specs", although we are
>> only just getting the first of these submitted now. There is actually
>> a patch to fix up how they get rendered:
>> OpenStack-operators mailing list
>> OpenStack-operators at lists.openstack.org
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