[openstack-dev] Havana roadmap?

Russell Bryant rbryant at redhat.com
Fri Apr 12 00:39:32 UTC 2013

On 04/11/2013 07:00 PM, Joshua Harlow wrote:
> Howdy all,
> I was talking with a co-worker here @ y! and both of us were thinking
> about how we know what features are planned for the next 6 months.
> I know summits are supposed to be the driver of this, and the talks that
> occur, but after the summit sessions and talks and such is there a
> single place/wiki(?) that each PTL states exactly what they plan to
> accomplish after the input from the summit. I see there
> is http://www.openstack.org/software/roadmap/ which is at a very high
> level. 
> Would others feel it is useful to have PTL's write down there goals and
> desires for the next 6 months (not at such a high level as the above link). 
> This can then be referred to when voting for the next PTL and so forth. 
> I just have always sort of felt that it was hard to tell what a PTL's
> goals were for each 6 month interval, and how to compare what they
> did/accomplished vs what they stated they would attempt to do.
> Having a plan that the PTL supports seems to be a good thing in general,
> so that the direction of said project is steered.
> Thoughts?
> Does something like this already exist and I didn't find it?

Each project will be having a "state of the project" talk on the last
day of the Summit where some of this will be discussed.  Much of the
Havana plan will be captured in blueprints in the time immediately
following the summit.

Russell Bryant

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