- Proposal: Metadata for API resources
Re: Proposal: Metadata for API resources
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Thanks for taking the time to read through it.
There was no specific consideration around API similarity in general. It just seemed to make sense for this specific use case. Kube has a nice partitioning of different types of data -- labels vs annotations -- that matched up well with what we have heard regarding what folks would use metadata for. It also made sense to consider for these specific APIs since a large reason for metadata is third party system integration. I've spoken with several folks that are building systems that manipulate objects in both systems, so having low cognitive overhead for cross-platform integration felt like a good path to pursue.
On Fri, Jun 8, 2018 at 2:15 AM David McClure <dmcclure@...
I read through this yesterday and didn't have any specific comments to leave in-line, but I am happy to see this surface now as I know it's come up in a number of settings in the past. I also thought it was interesting to see the open, implicit acknowledgement of seeking inspiration of convergence with the analogous feature set in Kubernetes. This feels like a healthy thing to see continuing to happen in this community, but I'm also curious to know whether there's any more to it that is worth sharing in this particular case.
Aside from meeting user expectations because they may end up using similar features on either CF or Kubernetes, is there any reason or background in the thinking around aiming to have these APIs or experiences be more or less similar to each other?
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