[Openstack-sigs] [self-healing] Storyboard for tracking SIG actions?

Thierry Carrez thierry at openstack.org
Mon Dec 4 09:00:24 UTC 2017

Mike Perez wrote:
> On 16:43 Dec 01, Adam Spiers wrote:
>> Jeremy Stanley <fungi at yuggoth.org> wrote:
>>> On 2017-11-29 09:23:42 +0000 (+0000), Adam Spiers wrote:
>>> [...]
>>>> that could be solved by changing the approach to require the repo
>>>> to exist, even if it's empty and unused.
>>> [...]
>>>> Currently the wiki is probably good enough, but it certainly
>>>> wouldn't do any harm to have a Git repo, and it's not even
>>>> unlikely that we will need one in the future.
>>> [...]
>>> This has basically been the conclusion in each past discussion where
>>> the topic has arisen. So, with that out of the way, do you have any
>>> idea what you would want the (for now empty/unused) repository
>>> called? I'm happy to submit the change to create that and the
>>> accompanying SB project for you.
>> That's very kind, thanks!  I guess either "openstack-self-healing" or
>> "openstack-self-healing-sig" should be fine, unless anyone else has
>> any ideas?  In case it's a relevant data point, I was planning to
>> create an #openstack-self-healing IRC channel, so maybe consistency
>> between the names makes sense.
>> Of course, if the "openstack-" prefix is redundant then we
>> can drop that; would this repository be going under the "openstack/"
>> namespace anyway?  I'm assuming my previous suggestion of creating a new
>> "openstack-sig/" namespace probably doesn't make sense, for good
>> reasons I am not yet aware of.
> +1 openstack- prefix is redundant.

Note that the openstack prefix might not be that redundant if we
complete the flattening of the git namespace in the future...

That said, I think self-healing-sig (as proposed later in the thread) is
sufficiently specific that it does not *require* the openstack- prefix.

Thierry Carrez (ttx)

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