On Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 5:36 PM, Mina Naghshnejad <mina naghshnejad gmail com> wrote:Great!For "stages" class variable, "question", "action" types are already defined elsewhere or should I define them? and also from what I understand Workflow class only holds information about "question", "action",.. and is not launching them,They are not currently defined anywhere, feel free to define those in the Workflow class for now.You are correct in that the Workflow class is for storing information about the defined workflow and not for launching them. There will be a different component (yet to be determined) that will interact with the Parser, Config and Workflow classes to actually execute the described workflow, interact with the user and the configuration file.Feel free to let us know if you have any other questions.-MinaOn Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 12:18 PM, Brenton Leanhardt <bleanhar redhat com> wrote:Hi Mina,
There's still time to apply but you'll need to act fast. Here's a task!
Add a workflow module and Workflow class to the ftl_installer module
that will eventually represent the Workflow format proposed here:
The Workflow class should:
1) Take a string argument that represents the location of the workflow
2) Store the contents of the workflow file as a native python datastructure
3) Have a method for returning a yaml representation of the internal
Don't get too hung up on #2. We realize it's not very well defined.
The idea is that this module will represent the API of the workflow
class and you might find that certain accessor methods are needed to
make the class easier to work with. As you get in to the details I'm
sure you'll have questions and we can iron that out when the time
comes. I suspect we'll update the Workflow format based on questions
On Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 1:49 PM, Mina Naghshnejad
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> I am applying for Outreachy and will have to submit my patch in the last
> I am interested in
> Project 3: Learn Ansible internals and help us create FTL.
> I am a PhD student researching on Cloud infrastructure and want to do some
> open source projects at this point to get more in depth insight of
> real-world clouds.
> I have experience working with Python and always curious about learning new
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