This ensures we have version-specific references to other projects . Note that this doesn't mean the URLs are actually valid - we need to do more work (linkcheck?) here, but it's an improvement nonetheless.  https://docs.openstack.org/openstackdocstheme/latest/#external-link-helper Change-Id: I7c979dacd89ebead404b751d596ba120b38f00f3
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Specifications are Advisory
This project is under heavy active development. Specifications in this repository reflects general consensus of ideas at the time the specification was conceived rather then set of actions to take or a commitment to precisely implement the specification. As an example, kolla-ansible looks much different today than then ansible-multi spec. For Kolla old-timers, many know that Kolla in its present form may not have existed without this general consensus of ideas set by ansible-multi.
All specifications in this repository are subject to abandonment in the future if the development team finds it necessary to change course.
The single source of truth for development work is recorded in blueprints as specifications are immutable once committed to the repository. Blueprints on the other hand are dynamic and may be changed at any time along with the codebase.