Need common AirFlow GitLab repo directory structure
Progress is hindered by the lack of a common repository structure for Airflow components. That is, code for DAGs, operators, parsers called by operators and libraries shared by the parsers.
Currently, each cloud provider is creating its own repo which is not synchronized with the common publicly-available one. This makes it impossible to test changes made either by CSP or Energistics developers without propagating changes manually.