[openstack-dev] [tc][docs] documenting openstack "constellations"

Zane Bitter zbitter at redhat.com
Wed May 2 15:38:55 UTC 2018

On 01/05/18 16:21, Doug Hellmann wrote:
> Excerpts from Andreas Jaeger's message of 2018-05-01 21:51:19 +0200:
>> On 05/01/2018 04:08 PM, Doug Hellmann wrote:
>>> The TC has had an item on our backlog for a while (a year?) to
>>> document "constellations" of OpenStack components to make it easier
>>> for deployers and users to understand which parts they need to have
>>> the features they want [1].
>>> John Garbutt has started writing the first such document [2], but
>>> as we talked about the content we agreed the TC governance repository
>>> is not the best home for it, so I have proposed creating a new
>>> repository [3].
>>> In order to set up the publishing jobs for that repo so the content
>>> goes to docs.openstack.org, we need to settle the ownership of the
>>> repository.
>>> I think it makes sense for the documentation team to "own" it, but
>>> I also think it makes sense for it to have its own review team
>>> because it's a bit different from the rest of the docs and we may
>>> be able to recruit folks to help who might not want to commit to
>>> being core reviewers for all of the documentation repositories. The
>>> TC members would also like to be reviewers, to get things going.
>>> So, is the documentation team willing to add the new "constellations"
>>> repository under their umbrella? Or should we keep it as a TC-owned
>>> repository for now?
>> I'm fine having it as parts of the docs team. The docs PTL should be
>> part of the review team for sure,
>> Andreas
> Yeah, I wasn't really clear there: I intend to set up the documentation
> and TC teams as members of the new team, so that all members of both
> groups can be reviewers of the new repository.

+1. What would be the reviewer criteria? Majority vote for adding new 
constellations and 2x +2 for changes maybe? Or just 2x +2 for 
everything? Just to clarify, since the TC reviews usually operate pretty 
differently to other code reviews.


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