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2013-10-17 14:55:34 -0600 commented question NameError: name '_' is not defined (related gettext & _() method)

I encountered a similar problem and applied your "fix" which seems to work. +1

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2013-10-15 07:31:35 -0600 commented question configuring Keystone for both http & https

Thanks but i'm asking about KEYSTONE not the django dashboard

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2013-10-14 13:48:53 -0600 asked a question configuring Keystone for both http & https

Is it possible to have keystone configured with ssl on the public interface and no ssl (http) on the management interface?

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2013-10-14 12:04:37 -0600 asked a question avoiding sensitive info in config files

Hi Is there a way to avoid storing passwords in openstack config files (e.g. sqlalchemy connection strings with db passwds)
I'd like to version-controll my openstack config files using git (with the possibility of sharing them)

Is there a way to sort of "include" private info from other files, e.g. sql connection string from a "gitignored " txt file?