[openstack-dev] [all] OpenStack bootstrapping hour - Friday Sept 19th - 3pm EST
mikal at stillhq.com
Mon Sep 15 23:12:26 UTC 2014
Sean / Dan / Jay, I just wanted to say that I think this is awesome
and I appreciate the effort you're putting into the community.
On Tue, Sep 16, 2014 at 8:56 AM, Sean Dague <sean at dague.net> wrote:
> A few of us have decided to pull together a regular (cadence to be
> determined) video series taking on deep dives inside of OpenStack,
> looking at code, explaining why things work that way, and fielding
> questions from anyone interested.
> For lack of a better title, I've declared it OpenStack Bootstrapping Hour.
> Episode 0 - Mock best practices will kick off this Friday, Sept 19th,
> from 3pm - 4pm EST. Our experts for this will be Jay Pipes and Dan
> Smith. It will be done as a Google Hangout on Air, which means there
> will be a live youtube stream while it's on, and a recorded youtube
> video that's publicly accessible once we're done.
> We'll be using an etherpad during the broadcast to provide links to the
> content people are looking at, as well as capture questions. That will
> be our backchannel, and audience participation forum, with the advantage
> that it creates a nice concise document at the end of the broadcast that
> pairs well with the video. (Also: the tech test showed that while code
> examples are perfectly viewable during in the final video, during the
> live stream they are a little hard to read, etherpad links will help
> people follow along at home).
> Assuming this turns out to be useful, we're thinking about lots of other
> deep dives. The intent is that these are indepth dives. We as a
> community have learned so many things over the last 4 years, but as
> OpenStack has gotten so large, being familiar with more than a narrow
> slice is hard. This is hopefully a part of the solution to address that.
> As I've told others, if nothing else, I'm looking forward to learning a
> ton in the process.
> Final links for the hangout + etherpad will be posted a little later in
> the week. Mostly wanted to make people aware it was coming.
> Sean Dague
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