As a user, I can manage Download Profiles and associate them with Importers
Excluding authentication, users don't want or need to have many variations of download settings. They want to use the same settings everywhere, with possibly a small number of use-case-based variations.
A "Download Profile" should be defined separately from an importer, given a meaningful name, and associated with zero to many importers.
Based on feedback, the most common use case is defining a proxy and choosing which importers will use it. Other Pulp 2 download-related settings that would be a good fit include bandwidth limits and concurrency limits, although those may not be present in Pulp 3. Other settings that have not been a part of Pulp, but are common in other contexts, include TLS ciphers to use, IP protocol version, http version (2 is hot stuff!), timeout values, etc. Those settings would fit this model if they are added to Pulp in the future.
Examples of profiles a user might create:
- Proxy to Internet
- Proxy to Secret Internal Network