[openstack-dev] [third-party][infra] Reminder: Common OpenStack CI Virtual Sprint Wednesday July 8 1600 UTC (was [infra][third-party] Common-CI Virtual Sprint)
ramy.asselin at hp.com
Tue Jul 7 22:55:32 UTC 2015
This is a reminder of the OpenStack-Infra Virtual Sprint is scheduled for (tomorrow) Wednesday July 8 1600 UTC, and will run for 48hours.
GOAL: By the end of the sprint, we should be able to setup a 3rd party CI system using the same puppet components that the OpenStack Infrastructure team is using in its production CI system. 
We've made quite a bit of progress since the virtual sprint was scheduled . There's a few tasks remaining .
You can sign up for a particular focus area or as a 'generalist' on the etherpad . This will make it easier to divide and conquer.
In past virtual sprints, some feedback was to do a better job handing off tasks as we work across different time zones. So please include your timezone / working hours to help facilitate these transitions.
We'll be using this IRC Channel on freenode: #openstack-sprint
From: Asselin, Ramy
Sent: Thursday, June 04, 2015 9:23 AM
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Subject: [openstack-dev] [infra][third-party] Common-CI Virtual Sprint
It was nice to meet many of you at the Vancouver Infra Working Session. Quite a bit of progress was made finding owners for some of the common-ci refactoring work  and puppet testing work. A few patches were proposed, reviewed, and some merged!
As we continue the effort over the coming weeks, I thought it would be helpful to schedule a virtual sprint to complete the remaining tasks.
GOAL: By the end of the sprint, we should be able to set up a 3rd party CI system using the same puppet components that the OpenStack infrastructure team is using in its production CI system.
I proposed this in Tuesday's Infra meeting  there was general consensus that this would be valuable (if clear goals are documented) and that July 8 & 9 are good dates. (After the US & Canada July 1st and 4th holidays, not on Tuesday, and not near a Liberty Milestone)
I would like to get comments from a broader audience on the goals and dates.
You can show interest by adding your name to the etherpad .
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