If you recall, we've met a few times. I believe we bumped into each other at RubyConf this past year but were hanging out at the same table in the quieter room at Ales in 2013.
I'm reaching out to you because I have an OSS project that I'd like to build. It's heavily dependent upon Bundler. I wouldn't be troubling you but, after speaking with Larry Marburger at length, it sounds like bundler is in for some big changes in the near future that may throw a wrench in this idea.
Let me get to the point.
I hereby claim:
- I am elight on github.
- I am elight (https://keybase.io/elight) on keybase.
- I have a public key whose fingerprint is 8703 624F D1B7 770A 84F3 A591 29B3 FA30 A4C6 9DC2
To claim this, I am signing this object:
|# puts "===== Fog::Identity::OpenStackCommon -> authenticate ====="|
|if !@openstack_management_url || @openstack_must_reauthenticate|
|Fog::OpenStackCommon::Authenticator.adapter = :authenticator_v1|
|Fog::OpenStackCommon::Authenticator.adapter = :authenticator_v2|
- Been meeting weekly with Chris Johnson and Mike Hagedorn for month now give or take
- We have a work-in-progress Keystone client
- HP doing much of the coding
- Kyle and I have been involved via code review
- AFAIK, HP is testing it against devstack
- Plan is to solidify the Keystone client first then move on to other clients