Just a heads up, so that we can make sure we are all on the same page.
A lot of work is currently been done in aligning the kubernetes with the openshift extension.
A nice analogy provided by @rcernich is that kubernetes extension takes a 'containerless' approach while the openshift extension takes a more 'docker' like approach, but it would be best to have the same approaches/features regardless of the environment (kubernetes/openshift).
So, there is concensus that we should 'merge' all functionality inside the kubernetes extension and keep openshift for 'services' specific to openshift (e.g. openshift requires a custom implementation of a namesapce service). Then if we see fit, we might even completely merge them if it makes sense.
The above pretty much sums up a discussion me, @jwendell and @rcernich had and wanted to share with the rest of the arquillian team, for input feedback etc.