[openstack-dev] [tc] Technical Committee Status update, August 4th
thierry at openstack.org
Fri Aug 4 09:13:56 UTC 2017
This is the weekly update on Technical Committee initiatives. You can
find the full list of all open topics at:
== Recently-approved changes ==
* Pike goals updates: nova, cinder
* New repositories: publiccloud-wg, oswin-tempest-plugin
Not much TC activity this week as we past Pike Feature Freeze and
everyone is focused on producing Pike release candidates.
== Stuck tags ==
We have a number of non-straightforward tag additions in the queue,
which need a bit more input before they can proceed:
Kolla's stable:follows-policy application  has been proposed July
2016 but was delayed for various reasons. Currently stuck near the goal
line waiting on some last-minute commitment. Would be great to merge it
before Pike release so that it can be included in the project navigator.
Nova and Ironic's assert:supports-api-interoperability addition is
missing their respective PTL support for them. It also triggered an
interesting side discussion on the value of tags in general and this tag
in particular. This one will likely be abandoned unless it gets the PTL
support on them.
Trove's status:maintenance-mode addition is WIP until Queens opens.
One question is whether Trove is now past the low point, and setting the
tag would convey the wrong message for a recovering project. Please join
the discussion if you have an opinion.
== Open discussions ==
Flavio's resolution about allowing teams to host meetings in their own
IRC channels is still in the early days of discussion, and is likely to
need a few iterations to iron out. Please join the first round of reviews:
Discussion on John's resolution on how decisions should be globally
inclusive is entering the final stages. Please review it if you haven't yet:
== Voting in progress ==
The description of what upstream support is still missing a few votes to
pass. Please review it now:
== TC member actions for the coming week(s) ==
Flavio still needs to incorporate feedback in the "Drop TC meetings"
proposal and produce a new patchset, or abandon it since we pretty much
already implemented the described change.
== Need for a TC meeting next Tuesday ==
Currently-proposed changes are lacking reviews more than they are stuck,
so I don't think we need a synchronous TC meeting next week. Let me know
if you'd like to have one and the topic you would like to see discussed.
Thierry Carrez (ttx)
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