[Openstack] Is python-openstackclient dead?
harlowja at yahoo-inc.com
Sun Dec 23 18:53:33 UTC 2012
I want to get around to making it better also, a simpler plugin supporting client is really needed. The individual clients have a ton of commands and are going to be a major point of confusion for users.
I would almost like to have a nice client that is based on workflows (similar to horizon) that guides users instead of making them angry at the large amount of actions and options....
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On Dec 23, 2012, at 7:14 AM, "Alessio Ababilov" <aababilov at griddynamics.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone!
> There is a nice project in OpenStack - python-openstackclient. Its
> purpose is to provide a convenient command line interface to all
> OpenStack services, including nova. glance, and keystone, according to
> I noticed that the last commit that added functionality to this
> project was on August 20, 2012. In current state,
> python-openstackclient implements only operations with nova instances
> and several keystone commands, so, the most of required functionality
> is not ready.
> In the same time, python-novaclient and python-keystoneclient still
> extend their command line interfaces - the latest commits were
> accepted in December, 2012. So, instead of moving CLI to
> python-openstackclient, it is developed in separate python-*client
> Is python-openstackclient considered to be dead?
> Please, do not kill this project! Now it is really convenient, and all
> it needs is just more attention from the community that will add
> lacked functionality! Lets us drop CLI support from miscellaneous
> python-PROJECTclients and add it to python-openstackclient!
> Alessio Ababilov
> Software Engineer
> Grid Dynamics
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