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From "Matt Rutkowski" <>
Subject Re: Listing all OpenWhisk Git repositories
Date Mon, 16 Apr 2018 19:44:31 GMT
Thanks for clarifying Michael,

Perhaps we need to get this under a properly titled topic/subject...  as I 
was confused as to why our existing listings were not sufficient. 

FWIW, I had hoped that each of the "deploy repos. would have their own 
installers that could be leveraged by a master installer at some point. 
That hoped hinged upon working to eliminate Ansible as a config. source 
and moving to a neutral way to load configs as we seem to be doing with 

Kind regards,

From:   Michele Sciabarra <>
Date:   04/16/2018 12:12 PM
Subject:        Re: Listing all OpenWhisk Git repositories

No, actually I was asking: is it possible to create a separate repository 
for an INSTALLER? Something like "incubator-openwhisk-install" 

There is a lot of confusion how to install OpenWhisk and multiple separate 
repositories. I think the docker-compose, the kubernetes installer, the 
dcos and the vagrant file should be collected in a single place. Then work 
from there to create an installer. I really believe you should be able to 
install openwhisk without having to install ansible or vagrant for 
example. I have as a model tools like kops, docker-machine or minikube. 

I discussed with Rodric about this problem and he basically agree. 
So, once done with the Go actions (I am 99%) I will try to work on this 

  Michele Sciabarra

On Thu, Apr 12, 2018, at 11:44 AM, Bertrand Delacretaz wrote:
> Hi,
> About this question from the tech interchange notes:
> > Michele: is there poss. to create a separate a project that describes 
all repos/projects (help manage)?
> FWIW in Sling we have

which is
> built from an XML file generated at

. No automatic
> regeneration of that XML file so far, but updates to it are picked up
> whenever the Sling website is built.
> The relevant code is here - using Maven + JBake and not Jekyll, so FWIW:

downloads the 
> XML file

> builds the web page
> I suppose this could be adapted for OpenWhisk.
> -Bertrand

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