[openstack-dev] [Cinder] Newton Midcycle Planning

Jay S. Bryant jsbryant at electronicjungle.net
Tue Apr 12 23:21:55 UTC 2016


Thanks for getting the discussion started.

I think R-14 might be a little tricky leading up to the 4th of July weekend.

It seems like R-17 is coming awful quick but could be done.  That or 
R-11 would be my second vote then.

We have had successful meet-ups in Rochester ... yes, the guest wifi 
works in Rochester ... I could check into using our facilities if anyone 
was interested.


On 04/12/2016 09:05 AM, Sean McGinnis wrote:
> Hey Cinder team (and those interested),
> We've had a few informal conversations on the channel and in meetings,
> but wanted to capture some things here and spread awareness.
> I think it would be good to start planning for our Newton midcycle.
> These have been incredibly productive in the past (at least in my
> opinion) so I'd like to get it on the schedule so folks can start
> planning for it.
> For Mitaka we held our midcycle in the R-10 week. That seemed to work
> out pretty well, but I also think it might be useful to hold it a little
> earlier in the cycle to keep some momentum going and make sure things
> stay pretty focused for the rest of the cycle.
> For reference, here is the current release schedule for Newton:
> http://releases.openstack.org/newton/schedule.html
> R-10 puts us in the last week of July.
> I would have a conflict R-16, R-15. We probably want to avoid US
> Independence Day R-13, and milestone weeks R-18 and R12.
> So potential weeks look like:
> * R-17
> * R-14
> * R-11
> * R-10
> * R-9
> Nova is in the process of figuring out their date. If we have that, it
> would be good to try to avoid an overlap there. Our linked midcycle
> session worked out well, but probably better if they don't conflict.
> We also need to work out locations. Anyone able and willing to host,
> just let me know. We need a facility with wifi, able to hold ~30-40
> people, wifi, close to an airport. And wifi.
> At some point I still think it would be nice for our international folks
> to be able to do a non-US midcycle, but I'm fine if we end up back in Ft
> Collins our somewhere similar.
> Thanks!
> Sean (smcginnis)
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