[openstack-dev] [tripleo] Barcelona Design Summit space needs

Paul Belanger pabelanger at redhat.com
Fri Aug 26 00:13:09 UTC 2016

On Tue, Aug 23, 2016 at 09:04:15AM -0400, Emilien Macchi wrote:
> Team,
> Thierry sent an email to all PTLs about space needs for next Summit.
> Here's what we can have:
> * Fishbowl sessions (from Wednesday 4pm to Friday noon)
> Our traditional largish rooms organized in fishbowl style, with
> advertised session content on the summit schedule for increased external
> participation. Ideal for when wider feedback is essential.
> * Workroom sessions (from Wednesday 4pm to Friday noon)
> Smaller rooms organized in boardroom style, with topic buried in the
> session description, in an effort to limit attendance and not overcrowd
> the room. Ideal to get work done and prioritize work in small teams.
> * Contributors meetup (Friday afternoon)
> Half-day session on Friday afternoon to get into the Ocata action while
> decisions and plans are still hot, or to finish discussions started
> during the week, whatever works for you.
> Note:
> - Ops summit on Tuesday morning until 4pm
> - Cross-project workshops from Tuesday 4pm to Wednesday 4pm
> As a reminder, here's what we had for Austin:
> Fishbowl slots (Wed-Thu): 2
> Workroom slots (Tue-Thu): 3
> Contributors meetup (Fri): 1/2
> Notes from Thierry:
> "We'll have less slots compared to Austin, and new teams to accommodate.
> So as a rule of thumb, you should probably require *less* slots than in
> Austin. It's also worth noting that the Ocata cycle will be a short
> cycle (likely only 15 weeks between the design summit and feature
> freeze, including thanksgiving and other end-of-year holidays), so there
> is no need to plan too much work."
> I created an etherpad for topic ideas, feel free to start thinking about it:
> https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/ocata-tripleo
> Once we gather some feedback on the topics, shardy or me will contact
> Thierry to ask for the fair number of rooms.
> Thanks for reading so far,

Thanks, I've left some comments specific to CI.  I was happy to see somebody
else raise the topic too.

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