[openstack-dev] [ptg] Strawman Queens PTG week slicing
amrith.kumar at gmail.com
Thu May 25 12:16:16 UTC 2017
Thanks for doing this. Two specific points below.
1. You can schedule Trove for Wednesday and Thursday, skip the Friday.
2. Similar to the idea of splitting the project things from the cross
project/infra things, would it be possible to have projects try and keep
their project specific (non cross project) topics to one of the days and
give a preference to cross project things on another day. This may help
with scheduling cross project participation.
On Wed, May 24, 2017 at 10:44 AM, Thierry Carrez <thierry at openstack.org>
> 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.
> > 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.
> 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 :)
> Thierry Carrez (ttx)
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