We submitted a blueprint, please let us know the process of getting blueprint approved for Juno release

Asked by Milton Xu on 2014-02-10

We submitted some blueprints ( one is horizon-cisco-dynamic-fabric- automation-support), please let us know the process of getting blueprint approved for Juno release as we are new to this community. Thanks!

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2014-02-10
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2014-02-12
Lin Hua Cheng (lin-hua-cheng) said : #1

Once the blueprint is submitted, there is really nothing that needs to be from the side of the submitter. The PTL review and prioritize the blueprints every milestone and releases. You can just sit back and wait for it.

If you would like to get immediate feedback, you can join in the Horizon IRC meeting and mention it during the "Open Discussion" part of the meeting.

Hope this helps!

Matthias Runge (mrunge) said : #2

When asking such a question, adding a link to the specific blueprint in question would help ;-)

Julie Pichon (jpichon) said : #3

That's not entirely true, the milestone target needs to be set correctly for the blueprint to be taken into account during release planning / tracking. There is no Juno milestone available yet but I see you've set it to "next" for that particular blueprint which seems correct to me, thanks.

It's not obvious whether the API you want to provide support for is an OpenStack API though? In any case the suggestion to bring it up during the IRC meeting or on the mailing list is a good one too.

Nader Lahouti (nlahouti) said : #4

In horizon for DFA support we need to add a new option should be displayed when a network is created.
The new option is 'configuration profile'. In order to conditionally execute the changes for cisco DFA, a new flag will be added to OPENSTACK_NEUTRON_NETWORK, i.e. cisco_dfa_support.
If the flag is True, the 'configuration profile' will be displayed along with other options when creating a network and user can select one of the available profile from the list. The list of profiles are fetched from the newly added database. The database is getting populated by a driver which will be added as part of ML2 cisco DFA mechanism driver.

Matthias Runge (mrunge) said : #5

Would you please add such information to the blueprint and please also explain, what DFA means? Thanks.

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