Overview

The UCL working group will discuss and develop a common set of keys for configuration files to be used throughout the base system, and plan for the implementation of UCL support in various utilities. The goal is to develop a template for all future configuration files that is human readable and writable, but is also hierarchical, expressive, and programmatically editable. The stretch goal is to develop a universal API for loading UCL configurations into the existing C structs used internally by the target application, to simplify implementing UCL in more places.

Topics

Slides

Allan's slides about converting the base system, and uclcmd

Vsevolod's slides about the limitations and future of libucl

Attending

In order to attend you need register for the developer summit as well as by email for the session and be confirmed by the working group organizer. Follow the guidelines described on the main page or what you received by email. For questions or if in doubt ask the session chairs.

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Name

Username / Affiliation

Topics of Interest

Notes

JonathanAnderson

jonathan

all

JosephSAtkinson

jsa

cancelled

Michael Brink-Engel

Xinuos

all

DavidChisnall

theraven

all

BaptisteDaroussin

bapt

all

BradDavis

brd

all

PeterGrehan

grehan

bhyve

cancelled

JamesGritton

jamie

jail.conf

AllanJude

allanjude

all

Organizer

Christian Koch

Norse Corp

ErwinLansing

erwin

all / operations

JohannesMeixner

xmj

Ken Moore

iXsystems

Lumina DE

KrisMoore

kmoore

Phillip Nordwall

Isilon

Pierre Pronchery

NetBSD/EdgeBSD/DeforaOS

OllivierRobert

roberto

Phil Shafer

Juniper Networks, Inc.

libxo contrib

VsevolodStakhov

vsevolod

libUCL author

Arun Thomas

BAE Systems

John Wolfe

Xinuos

all

Results

201506DevSummit/UCL (last edited 2015-06-15 23:47:04 by AllanJude)