On 25 Jul 2017 8:30 p.m., "Hardy Ferentschik" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I thought it is time to kick off a first discussion.
> I'd like to pick up on the idea of an additional add-on git repo under the Minishift umbrella.
> The idea is to create a new repo, let's call it minishift/add-ons, where we collect non core add-ons.
+1 Sooner or later we need this.
> Several people have started creating add-ons, but atm there is no central place to share them.
> We could add them to minishift/minishift, but this puts us in charge of maintaining them and
> ensuring that they work, etc.
Because of such reasons.
> The minishift/add-ons repo is supposed to resolve this. The idea is that we just offer a central place
> for collecting these add-ons. To a great extend we would then rely on the community to point out and fix issues.
> Examples of add-ons which could be moved there are the Fabric8 add-on  or the launch.openshift.io add-on . There
> is also a whole bunch of add-ons Jorge is creating as we converts his shell script wrappers to add-ons.
Sure. Many more I believe.
> Ideally I would like to create such a repository as part of this sprint, latest the next.
Might be discussion, planning this sprint and execution on next sprint would be good. Not in a rush IMO.
>  https://github.com/minishift/minishift/pull/1043
>  https://github.com/minishift/minishift/pull/998
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