Let's use [dev] for development discussions

Akihiro Motoki amotoki at gmail.com
Wed Nov 21 10:16:28 UTC 2018

I believe it is better to mention combined version of tags to clarify the
intended usage.
Even if a project specific topic, both [dev] and [ops] topics are possible.
For nova development, do we use [dev] [nova] or simply [nova]?
Some guidance would help subscribers.


2018年11月21日(水) 17:40 Thierry Carrez <thierry at openstack.org>:

> Hi openstack-discuss,
> As part of the ML merge, we introduced a number of subject prefixes to
> help subscribers filter discussions. The most important ones are to use:
> [dev] For discussions that are purely development-oriented
> [ops] For discussions that are purely operations-oriented
> Of course (as we have realized with the amount of cross-posted topics),
> most discussions benefit from input from all our contributors, whether
> they come from an development or an operational background. For those,
> there is no need to apply [dev] and/or [ops] prefixes, just try to be
> informative by adding the project name, team name or other information
> instead.
> You can ping specific populations by adding:
> [tc] Discussions of interest for TC members
> [uc] Discussions of interest for UC members
> [ptl] Discussions of interest for all PTLs
> [release] Release team, release liaisons and PTLs
> You can also specifically use (with care):
> [all] For discussions that should really be of interest to EVERYONE
> See (and add!) other common subject prefixes at:
> https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/common-openstack-ml-topics
> Thanks for your help in making this common list more navigable.
> --
> Thierry Carrez (ttx)
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