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19:00:43 <terrylhowe> Terry Howe, HP
19:00:51 <briancurtin> Brian Curtin, Rackspace
19:03:27 <briancurtin> terrylhowe: maybe it's just you and i then. steve's on another team and i think he's off on some ansible/ops-ish type stuff at the moment
19:03:42 <terrylhowe> ahh
19:04:12 <briancurtin> anyway, the preparation change looks fine to me, will push taht through after one more look. just made a comment a bit ago that i ended up finding the answer when i read the stevedore reviw
19:04:28 <dhellmann> o/
19:07:36 <terrylhowe> I wish Jamie was around to look at the auth stuff, but I’m willing to change that if he has issues
19:08:34 <terrylhowe> If he wanted to have some compatiblity with the old way, I think I could do something
19:09:49 <briancurtin> terrylhowe: which compatibility part are you referring to?
19:10:57 <terrylhowe> well, previously there was a Token and Password Auth and I combined the two and it uses Token auth now if you provide a token and goes back to password auth if your token is expired
19:11:33 <terrylhowe> previously, the application would have to handle that situation, now the plugin handles it
19:15:14 <briancurtin> i think handling that is good i'd roll with it, but defer to jamie whenever he gets back
19:16:04 <terrylhowe> well, if he hates it I’ll do something is my point, I’d sooner not wait the 4 weeks
19:16:52 <briancurtin> exactly. i used defer incorrectly...let's move on, but if he hates it we can come back to it
19:17:10 <terrylhowe> thanks
19:18:18 <terrylhowe> are there others reviews you wanted to chat about briancurtin ?  the stevedore stuff maybe since dhellmann is here?
19:21:01 <briancurtin> dhellmann: have you had a chance to look at any of these plugin changes? i'm not very familiar with stevedore to know what all it gives us, if we're using it right, should we be using it, those types of things
19:23:18 <dhellmann> briancurtin: I haven't, but will definitely look
19:23:28 <briancurtin> i havent thought a ton about plugin loading yet, but it looks straightforward enough in the change
19:23:34 * dhellmann adds review sdk to todos for this week
19:24:01 <dhellmann> stevedore is really a set of wrappers around pkg_resources for loading setuptools entry points using patterns instead of reproducing them in your app
19:24:15 <briancurtin> dhellmann: here's where stevedore comes in https://review.openstack.org/#/c/119628/ (there's a few deps on/needed from there)
19:24:54 <dhellmann> briancurtin: ok, I'll try to look at that series this week
19:25:34 <briancurtin> cool, thanks
19:26:18 <dhellmann> it looks like terrylhowe took my earlier comments on that one into account and we're using a single namespace now
19:26:32 <terrylhowe> yep dhellmann
19:36:33 <briancurtin> terrylhowe: outside of dhellmann's eventual thoughts on stevedore, nothing really stands out for right now, and i should be caught up on review soon. mixing it in between this on-boarding stuff i'm walking the new guy through
19:38:22 <terrylhowe> cool briancurtin I have some review catching up to do too, if I submit any more changes they’ll just be simple ones
19:40:21 <briancurtin> since im on vacation most of the time before the next meeting, i think reviews are about all i'll be able to contribute. next tuesday i'll get going on how versioning might look in the high level
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