[OpenDaylight TSC] [release] Micro distribution tech discussion
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Do you guys want this on tomorrow's TSC call or do you want to continue over email?
On Tue, Dec 3, 2019 at 12:44 PM Luis Gomez <ecelgp@...> wrote:
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I think we are losing some momentum to get something done in this release.
Let me comment on the questions that are blocking this project:
1) Relationship with other projects
I do not understand the first paragraph, can you elaborate or put an example of the problem.
Regarding the use-case packaging, can we just do the "Netconf controller" in Magnesium, that seems to be simple enough (included in Kernel projects) and what most folks I know are looking for. Later we can decide on more package flavors
2) Monlithic vs Modular service:
This seems more like a future improvement than an issue so no blocking or am I wrong?
3) Dependency injection:
What does Lighty support as dependency injection today? we can start with that to simplify.
4) Dynamic configuration:
Yes, we need changes in the existing projects to deal with the new packaging, but can we just start with Netconf in Magnesium and progressively add more projects in future releases?
5) CLI Integration:
Similar to 4) those projects interested in participating in the new packaging will have to go through some changes and/or lose some features but can we just focus on Netconf for this release?
As a summary, I do not think we have to resolve every project integration problem before we start doing anything here. Lets pick a simple use case like Netconf, start working on it, learn with the process and after add more projects. Does it make sense or am I missing something here?
On Nov 12, 2019, at 8:50 AM, Robert Varga <nite@...> wrote:
On 07/11/2019 20:22, Abhijit Kumbhare wrote:
Historically we have done it over email.Hello,
I have updated the proposal to spell out gaps in our knowledge of the
problem/solution domains here:
We will need to provide some amount of answers in these before the
proposal can be considered complete (and thus subject to review and
Please send in your comments to this thread, or provide edits of the
page in case you have concrete data to be added to the existing text.
Also, please indicate your willingness to work on the project by listing
yourself in the committed resources -- based on the outcome of the
collaboration, we (i.e. community) will pick a set of committers to make
sure the project end up executing properly.