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Hi everyone,

Great to see you all in Barcelona, the demo during the keynotes was
great! I think it would be great to get the playbooks and scripts into
the hand of end users that are using OpenStack clouds. There has been
talk of moving the Interop stuff into a separate repository (from the
osops-tools-contrib repository). I think this would be beneficial as
it is less confusing than having it in the same repository as other
scripts that are for operators instead of end users. What should this
repository be named and under what project should the repository
exist?

Thanks,
Caleb


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asked Nov 9, 2016 in defcore-committee by Caleb_Boylan (120 points)  

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On Wed, Nov 9, 2016 at 9:08 AM, Caleb Boylan caleb.boylan@dreamhost.com wrote:
Hi everyone,

Great to see you all in Barcelona, the demo during the keynotes was
great! I think it would be great to get the playbooks and scripts into
the hand of end users that are using OpenStack clouds. There has been
talk of moving the Interop stuff into a separate repository (from the
osops-tools-contrib repository). I think this would be beneficial as
it is less confusing than having it in the same repository as other
scripts that are for operators instead of end users. What should this
repository be named and under what project should the repository
exist?

I've heard some of the conversations around this as well, and I do
agree a different repository seems reasonable.

The question of who the reviewers will be is a pretty important one in
my opinion and that also that impacts which project it would be best
to sit under. I'm inclined to suggest we make it part of the
Community App Catalog project because it's related, and longer term we
would like to play a big role in building a community of application
reviewers.

I guess that means I'm volunteering to help with this and will be
happy if this repo is associated with the Community App Catalog
project.

-Christopher

Thanks,
Caleb


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responded Nov 10, 2016 by doc_at_aedo.net (3,440 points)   1 1 3
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On Nov 10, 2016, at 12:17 PM, Christopher Aedo doc@aedo.net wrote:

On Wed, Nov 9, 2016 at 9:08 AM, Caleb Boylan caleb.boylan@dreamhost.com wrote:

Hi everyone,

Great to see you all in Barcelona, the demo during the keynotes was
great! I think it would be great to get the playbooks and scripts into
the hand of end users that are using OpenStack clouds. There has been
talk of moving the Interop stuff into a separate repository (from the
osops-tools-contrib repository). I think this would be beneficial as
it is less confusing than having it in the same repository as other
scripts that are for operators instead of end users. What should this
repository be named and under what project should the repository
exist?

I've heard some of the conversations around this as well, and I do
agree a different repository seems reasonable.

The question of who the reviewers will be is a pretty important one in
my opinion and that also that impacts which project it would be best
to sit under. I'm inclined to suggest we make it part of the
Community App Catalog project because it's related, and longer term we
would like to play a big role in building a community of application
reviewers.

+1 love this approach

I guess that means I'm volunteering to help with this and will be
happy if this repo is associated with the Community App Catalog
project.

-Christopher

Thanks,
Caleb


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responded Nov 10, 2016 by Lauren_Sell (2,240 points)   5
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On Thu, Nov 10, 2016 at 1:49 PM, Lauren Sell lauren@openstack.org wrote:

On Nov 10, 2016, at 12:17 PM, Christopher Aedo doc@aedo.net wrote:

On Wed, Nov 9, 2016 at 9:08 AM, Caleb Boylan caleb.boylan@dreamhost.com
wrote:

Hi everyone,

Great to see you all in Barcelona, the demo during the keynotes was
great! I think it would be great to get the playbooks and scripts into
the hand of end users that are using OpenStack clouds. There has been
talk of moving the Interop stuff into a separate repository (from the
osops-tools-contrib repository). I think this would be beneficial as
it is less confusing than having it in the same repository as other
scripts that are for operators instead of end users. What should this
repository be named and under what project should the repository
exist?

I've heard some of the conversations around this as well, and I do
agree a different repository seems reasonable.

The question of who the reviewers will be is a pretty important one in
my opinion and that also that impacts which project it would be best
to sit under. I'm inclined to suggest we make it part of the
Community App Catalog project because it's related, and longer term we
would like to play a big role in building a community of application
reviewers.

+1 love this approach

+1, in the end, these scripts are deploying applications for interop
testing.

I guess that means I'm volunteering to help with this and will be
happy if this repo is associated with the Community App Catalog
project.

-Christopher

Thanks,
Caleb


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responded Nov 10, 2016 by Shamail (5,040 points)   1 2 3
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Sounds like a plan to me :-)

Tong Li is critical for Core for this repo at the moment. But it would be good to have someone else who could also actively track and review additions/changes, etc.

I also think we might consider planning a "third party CI" type account or something so that when changes go in, all the interop vendors can automatically verify they haven't been broken.

I'd love to see this happen.

Might be able to put a cycle or two into it.

--Rocky

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From: Christopher Aedo [mailto:doc@aedo.net]
Sent: Thursday, November 10, 2016 10:18 AM
To: Caleb Boylan
Cc: defcore-committee
Subject: Re: [OpenStack-DefCore] [Interop] New Repository

On Wed, Nov 9, 2016 at 9:08 AM, Caleb Boylan caleb.boylan@dreamhost.com wrote:
Hi everyone,

Great to see you all in Barcelona, the demo during the keynotes was
great! I think it would be great to get the playbooks and scripts into
the hand of end users that are using OpenStack clouds. There has been
talk of moving the Interop stuff into a separate repository (from the
osops-tools-contrib repository). I think this would be beneficial as
it is less confusing than having it in the same repository as other
scripts that are for operators instead of end users. What should this
repository be named and under what project should the repository
exist?

I've heard some of the conversations around this as well, and I do
agree a different repository seems reasonable.

The question of who the reviewers will be is a pretty important one in
my opinion and that also that impacts which project it would be best
to sit under. I'm inclined to suggest we make it part of the
Community App Catalog project because it's related, and longer term we
would like to play a big role in building a community of application
reviewers.

I guess that means I'm volunteering to help with this and will be
happy if this repo is associated with the Community App Catalog
project.

-Christopher

Thanks,
Caleb


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responded Nov 11, 2016 by Rochelle_Grober (7,040 points)   1 3 3
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I did quite some work on the interop scripts for and wouldn't mind to
lend a hand on this by tracking ansible/tox reviews if you need some
other core.

Best!

Daniel

El 11/11/16 a las 02:16, Rochelle Grober escribió:

Sounds like a plan to me :-)

Tong Li is critical for Core for this repo at the moment. But it would be good to have someone else who could also actively track and review additions/changes, etc.

I also think we might consider planning a "third party CI" type account or something so that when changes go in, all the interop vendors can automatically verify they haven't been broken.

I'd love to see this happen.

Might be able to put a cycle or two into it.

--Rocky

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From: Christopher Aedo [mailto:doc@aedo.net]
Sent: Thursday, November 10, 2016 10:18 AM
To: Caleb Boylan
Cc: defcore-committee
Subject: Re: [OpenStack-DefCore] [Interop] New Repository

On Wed, Nov 9, 2016 at 9:08 AM, Caleb Boylan caleb.boylan@dreamhost.com wrote:

Hi everyone,

Great to see you all in Barcelona, the demo during the keynotes was
great! I think it would be great to get the playbooks and scripts into
the hand of end users that are using OpenStack clouds. There has been
talk of moving the Interop stuff into a separate repository (from the
osops-tools-contrib repository). I think this would be beneficial as
it is less confusing than having it in the same repository as other
scripts that are for operators instead of end users. What should this
repository be named and under what project should the repository
exist?

I've heard some of the conversations around this as well, and I do
agree a different repository seems reasonable.

The question of who the reviewers will be is a pretty important one in
my opinion and that also that impacts which project it would be best
to sit under. I'm inclined to suggest we make it part of the
Community App Catalog project because it's related, and longer term we
would like to play a big role in building a community of application
reviewers.

I guess that means I'm volunteering to help with this and will be
happy if this repo is associated with the Community App Catalog
project.

-Christopher

Thanks,
Caleb


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responded Nov 11, 2016 by dmellado_at_redhat.c (400 points)  
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Chris,
Thanks so much for doing this important work. Please let me know what I can do to help. If we do have a new repository, I will be very happy to move all the stuff we have in contrib repository over to the new one. We can also structure the entire directory a bit better. We can talk about all these things on coming Wednesday meeting. Chris, can you come to the Wednesday meeting UTC 1500 at http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=openstack-meeting-cp

Thanks.

Tong Li
IBM Open Technology
Building 501/B205
litong01@us.ibm.com

Rochelle Grober ---11/10/2016 08:17:13 PM---Sounds like a plan to me :-) Tong Li is critical for Core for this repo at the moment. But it would

From: Rochelle Grober rochelle.grober@huawei.com
To: Christopher Aedo doc@aedo.net, Caleb Boylan caleb.boylan@dreamhost.com
Cc: defcore-committee defcore-committee@lists.openstack.org
Date: 11/10/2016 08:17 PM
Subject: Re: [OpenStack-DefCore] [Interop] New Repository

Sounds like a plan to me :-)

Tong Li is critical for Core for this repo at the moment.  But it would be good to have someone else who could also actively track and review additions/changes, etc.

I also think we might consider planning a "third party CI" type account or something so that when changes go in, all the interop vendors can automatically verify they haven't been broken.

I'd love to see this happen.

Might be able to put a cycle or two into it.

--Rocky

-----Original Message-----
From: Christopher Aedo [mailto:doc@aedo.net]
Sent: Thursday, November 10, 2016 10:18 AM
To: Caleb Boylan
Cc: defcore-committee
Subject: Re: [OpenStack-DefCore] [Interop] New Repository

On Wed, Nov 9, 2016 at 9:08 AM, Caleb Boylan caleb.boylan@dreamhost.com wrote:
Hi everyone,

Great to see you all in Barcelona, the demo during the keynotes was
great! I think it would be great to get the playbooks and scripts into
the hand of end users that are using OpenStack clouds. There has been
talk of moving the Interop stuff into a separate repository (from the
osops-tools-contrib repository). I think this would be beneficial as
it is less confusing than having it in the same repository as other
scripts that are for operators instead of end users. What should this
repository be named and under what project should the repository
exist?

I've heard some of the conversations around this as well, and I do
agree a different repository seems reasonable.

The question of who the reviewers will be is a pretty important one in
my opinion and that also that impacts which project it would be best
to sit under.  I'm inclined to suggest we make it part of the
Community App Catalog project because it's related, and longer term we
would like to play a big role in building a community of application
reviewers.

I guess that means I'm volunteering to help with this and will be
happy if this repo is associated with the Community App Catalog
project.

-Christopher

Thanks,
Caleb


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responded Nov 11, 2016 by Tong_Li (1,940 points)   2
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I think this is a great idea as well. I am willing to be core on this new repo as well. This work will continue to be a significant focus area for me.

Thanks,

Brad

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Rochelle Grober ---11/10/2016 08:16:59 PM---Sounds like a plan to me :-) Tong Li is critical for Core for this repo at the moment. But it would

From: Rochelle Grober rochelle.grober@huawei.com
To: Christopher Aedo doc@aedo.net, Caleb Boylan caleb.boylan@dreamhost.com
Cc: defcore-committee defcore-committee@lists.openstack.org, "Sun, Yih Leong" yih.leong.sun@intel.com, Brad Topol/Raleigh/IBM@IBMUS
Date: 11/10/2016 08:16 PM
Subject: RE: [OpenStack-DefCore] [Interop] New Repository

Sounds like a plan to me :-)

Tong Li is critical for Core for this repo at the moment.  But it would be good to have someone else who could also actively track and review additions/changes, etc.

I also think we might consider planning a "third party CI" type account or something so that when changes go in, all the interop vendors can automatically verify they haven't been broken.

I'd love to see this happen.

Might be able to put a cycle or two into it.

--Rocky

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From: Christopher Aedo [mailto:doc@aedo.net]
Sent: Thursday, November 10, 2016 10:18 AM
To: Caleb Boylan
Cc: defcore-committee
Subject: Re: [OpenStack-DefCore] [Interop] New Repository

On Wed, Nov 9, 2016 at 9:08 AM, Caleb Boylan caleb.boylan@dreamhost.com wrote:
Hi everyone,

Great to see you all in Barcelona, the demo during the keynotes was
great! I think it would be great to get the playbooks and scripts into
the hand of end users that are using OpenStack clouds. There has been
talk of moving the Interop stuff into a separate repository (from the
osops-tools-contrib repository). I think this would be beneficial as
it is less confusing than having it in the same repository as other
scripts that are for operators instead of end users. What should this
repository be named and under what project should the repository
exist?

I've heard some of the conversations around this as well, and I do
agree a different repository seems reasonable.

The question of who the reviewers will be is a pretty important one in
my opinion and that also that impacts which project it would be best
to sit under.  I'm inclined to suggest we make it part of the
Community App Catalog project because it's related, and longer term we
would like to play a big role in building a community of application
reviewers.

I guess that means I'm volunteering to help with this and will be
happy if this repo is associated with the Community App Catalog
project.

-Christopher

Thanks,
Caleb


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responded Nov 11, 2016 by Brad_Topol (2,080 points)   2
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On 11/11/16, Tong Li litong01@us.ibm.com wrote:

Chris,
Thanks so much for doing this important work. Please let me know what I
can do to help. If we do have a new repository, I will be very happy to
move all the stuff we have in contrib repository over to the new one. We
can also structure the entire directory a bit better. We can talk about all
these things on coming Wednesday meeting. Chris, can you come to the
Wednesday meeting UTC 1500 at
http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=openstack-meeting-cp

I'm glad to hear there's support for this :) I should be able to make
that meeting next week, look forward to coordinating next steps.

-Christopher

Thanks.

Tong Li
IBM Open Technology
Building 501/B205
litong01@us.ibm.com

From: Rochelle Grober rochelle.grober@huawei.com
To: Christopher Aedo doc@aedo.net, Caleb Boylan
caleb.boylan@dreamhost.com
Cc: defcore-committee defcore-committee@lists.openstack.org
Date: 11/10/2016 08:17 PM
Subject: Re: [OpenStack-DefCore] [Interop] New Repository

Sounds like a plan to me :-)

Tong Li is critical for Core for this repo at the moment. But it would be
good to have someone else who could also actively track and review
additions/changes, etc.

I also think we might consider planning a "third party CI" type account or
something so that when changes go in, all the interop vendors can
automatically verify they haven't been broken.

I'd love to see this happen.

Might be able to put a cycle or two into it.

--Rocky

-----Original Message-----
From: Christopher Aedo [mailto:doc@aedo.net]
Sent: Thursday, November 10, 2016 10:18 AM
To: Caleb Boylan
Cc: defcore-committee
Subject: Re: [OpenStack-DefCore] [Interop] New Repository

On Wed, Nov 9, 2016 at 9:08 AM, Caleb Boylan caleb.boylan@dreamhost.com
wrote:

Hi everyone,

Great to see you all in Barcelona, the demo during the keynotes was
great! I think it would be great to get the playbooks and scripts into
the hand of end users that are using OpenStack clouds. There has been
talk of moving the Interop stuff into a separate repository (from the
osops-tools-contrib repository). I think this would be beneficial as
it is less confusing than having it in the same repository as other
scripts that are for operators instead of end users. What should this
repository be named and under what project should the repository
exist?

I've heard some of the conversations around this as well, and I do
agree a different repository seems reasonable.

The question of who the reviewers will be is a pretty important one in
my opinion and that also that impacts which project it would be best
to sit under. I'm inclined to suggest we make it part of the
Community App Catalog project because it's related, and longer term we
would like to play a big role in building a community of application
reviewers.

I guess that means I'm volunteering to help with this and will be
happy if this repo is associated with the Community App Catalog
project.

-Christopher

Thanks,
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responded Nov 11, 2016 by doc_at_aedo.net (3,440 points)   1 1 3
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On Fri, Nov 11, 2016 at 9:17 AM, Christopher Aedo doc@aedo.net wrote:
On 11/11/16, Tong Li litong01@us.ibm.com wrote:

Chris,
Thanks so much for doing this important work. Please let me know what I
can do to help. If we do have a new repository, I will be very happy to
move all the stuff we have in contrib repository over to the new one. We
can also structure the entire directory a bit better. We can talk about all
these things on coming Wednesday meeting. Chris, can you come to the
Wednesday meeting UTC 1500 at
http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=openstack-meeting-cp

I'm glad to hear there's support for this :) I should be able to make
that meeting next week, look forward to coordinating next steps.

In this mornings Interop Challenge meeting1 we agreed to call the
repository "interop-workloads". I threw together a PR to request the
repo2 and at this point it looks good so will just need the Infra
cores to review and merge.

Along the way I also created a launchpad project3 for this. This
will allow you to create blueprints for all the different efforts
you're planning (and any PRs can reference blueprints or bugs).

-Christopher

-Christopher

Thanks.

Tong Li
IBM Open Technology
Building 501/B205
litong01@us.ibm.com

From: Rochelle Grober rochelle.grober@huawei.com
To: Christopher Aedo doc@aedo.net, Caleb Boylan
caleb.boylan@dreamhost.com
Cc: defcore-committee defcore-committee@lists.openstack.org
Date: 11/10/2016 08:17 PM
Subject: Re: [OpenStack-DefCore] [Interop] New Repository

Sounds like a plan to me :-)

Tong Li is critical for Core for this repo at the moment. But it would be
good to have someone else who could also actively track and review
additions/changes, etc.

I also think we might consider planning a "third party CI" type account or
something so that when changes go in, all the interop vendors can
automatically verify they haven't been broken.

I'd love to see this happen.

Might be able to put a cycle or two into it.

--Rocky

-----Original Message-----
From: Christopher Aedo [mailto:doc@aedo.net]
Sent: Thursday, November 10, 2016 10:18 AM
To: Caleb Boylan
Cc: defcore-committee
Subject: Re: [OpenStack-DefCore] [Interop] New Repository

On Wed, Nov 9, 2016 at 9:08 AM, Caleb Boylan caleb.boylan@dreamhost.com
wrote:

Hi everyone,

Great to see you all in Barcelona, the demo during the keynotes was
great! I think it would be great to get the playbooks and scripts into
the hand of end users that are using OpenStack clouds. There has been
talk of moving the Interop stuff into a separate repository (from the
osops-tools-contrib repository). I think this would be beneficial as
it is less confusing than having it in the same repository as other
scripts that are for operators instead of end users. What should this
repository be named and under what project should the repository
exist?

I've heard some of the conversations around this as well, and I do
agree a different repository seems reasonable.

The question of who the reviewers will be is a pretty important one in
my opinion and that also that impacts which project it would be best
to sit under. I'm inclined to suggest we make it part of the
Community App Catalog project because it's related, and longer term we
would like to play a big role in building a community of application
reviewers.

I guess that means I'm volunteering to help with this and will be
happy if this repo is associated with the Community App Catalog
project.

-Christopher

Thanks,
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responded Nov 17, 2016 by doc_at_aedo.net (3,440 points)   1 1 3
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On Wed, Nov 16, 2016 at 4:05 PM, Christopher Aedo doc@aedo.net wrote:
On Fri, Nov 11, 2016 at 9:17 AM, Christopher Aedo doc@aedo.net wrote:

On 11/11/16, Tong Li litong01@us.ibm.com wrote:

Chris,
Thanks so much for doing this important work. Please let me know what I
can do to help. If we do have a new repository, I will be very happy to
move all the stuff we have in contrib repository over to the new one. We
can also structure the entire directory a bit better. We can talk about all
these things on coming Wednesday meeting. Chris, can you come to the
Wednesday meeting UTC 1500 at
http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=openstack-meeting-cp

I'm glad to hear there's support for this :) I should be able to make
that meeting next week, look forward to coordinating next steps.

In this mornings Interop Challenge meeting1 we agreed to call the
repository "interop-workloads". I threw together a PR to request the
repo2 and at this point it looks good so will just need the Infra
cores to review and merge.

Along the way I also created a launchpad project[3] for this. This
will allow you to create blueprints for all the different efforts
you're planning (and any PRs can reference blueprints or bugs).

1: https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/interop-challenge-postmortem
2: https://review.openstack.org/398533
[3]: https://launchpad.net/interop-workloads

The repository has been created1 and the gerrit group2 has also
been created. I was not able to find all the IDs specified in the
etherpad to add as initial cores, but many of the accounts have been
added. At this time Brad or anyone else on that list can add the
others as needed.

Let me know if I can be of any further help here!

-Christopher

-Christopher

Thanks.

Tong Li
IBM Open Technology
Building 501/B205
litong01@us.ibm.com

From: Rochelle Grober rochelle.grober@huawei.com
To: Christopher Aedo doc@aedo.net, Caleb Boylan
caleb.boylan@dreamhost.com
Cc: defcore-committee defcore-committee@lists.openstack.org
Date: 11/10/2016 08:17 PM
Subject: Re: [OpenStack-DefCore] [Interop] New Repository

Sounds like a plan to me :-)

Tong Li is critical for Core for this repo at the moment. But it would be
good to have someone else who could also actively track and review
additions/changes, etc.

I also think we might consider planning a "third party CI" type account or
something so that when changes go in, all the interop vendors can
automatically verify they haven't been broken.

I'd love to see this happen.

Might be able to put a cycle or two into it.

--Rocky

-----Original Message-----
From: Christopher Aedo [mailto:doc@aedo.net]
Sent: Thursday, November 10, 2016 10:18 AM
To: Caleb Boylan
Cc: defcore-committee
Subject: Re: [OpenStack-DefCore] [Interop] New Repository

On Wed, Nov 9, 2016 at 9:08 AM, Caleb Boylan caleb.boylan@dreamhost.com
wrote:

Hi everyone,

Great to see you all in Barcelona, the demo during the keynotes was
great! I think it would be great to get the playbooks and scripts into
the hand of end users that are using OpenStack clouds. There has been
talk of moving the Interop stuff into a separate repository (from the
osops-tools-contrib repository). I think this would be beneficial as
it is less confusing than having it in the same repository as other
scripts that are for operators instead of end users. What should this
repository be named and under what project should the repository
exist?

I've heard some of the conversations around this as well, and I do
agree a different repository seems reasonable.

The question of who the reviewers will be is a pretty important one in
my opinion and that also that impacts which project it would be best
to sit under. I'm inclined to suggest we make it part of the
Community App Catalog project because it's related, and longer term we
would like to play a big role in building a community of application
reviewers.

I guess that means I'm volunteering to help with this and will be
happy if this repo is associated with the Community App Catalog
project.

-Christopher

Thanks,
Caleb


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