[openstack-dev] [ptg] Strawman Queens PTG week slicing
doug at doughellmann.com
Wed May 24 15:34:04 UTC 2017
Excerpts from Thierry Carrez's message of 2017-05-24 16:44:44 +0200:
> Doug Hellmann wrote:
> > Two questions about theme-based initiatives:
> > I would like to have a discussion about the work to stop syncing
> > requirements and to see if we can make progress on the implementation
> > while we have the right people together. That seems like a topic
> > for Monday or Tuesday. Would I reserve one of the "last-minute WG"
> > rooms or extra rooms (it doesn't feel very last-minute if I know
> > about it now)?
> We have some flexibility there, depending on how much time we need. If
> it's an hour or two, I would go and book one of the "reservable rooms".
> If it's a day or two, I would assign one of the rooms reserved for
> upcoming workgroups/informal teams. "Last-minute" is confusing (just
> changed it on the spreadsheet), those rooms are more to cater for needs
> that are not represented in formal workgroups today.
Ideally I'd like some time to actually hack on the tools. If that's not
possible, an hour or two to work out a detailed plan would be enough.
> > I don't see a time on here for the Docs team to work together on
> > the major initiative they have going to change how publishing works.
> > I didn't have the impression that we could anticipate that work
> > being completed this cycle. Is the "helproom" going to be enough,
> > or do we need a separate session for that, too?
> Again, we should be pretty flexible on that. We can reuse the doc
> helproom, or we can say that the doc helproom is only on one day and the
> other day is dedicated to making the doc publishing work. And if the doc
> refactoring ends up being a release goal, it could use a release goal
> room instead.
Let's see what Alex thinks.
> All in all, the idea is to show that on Mon-Tue we have a number of
> rooms set apart to cover for any inter-project need we may have (already
> identified or not). The room allocation is actually much tighter on
> Wed-Thu :)
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