[release] Release countdown for week R-26 and R-25, April 15-26

Tony Breeds tony at bakeyournoodle.com
Fri Apr 19 09:22:55 UTC 2019

Here we go again! The Train cycle will about normal at 26 weeks.  Please take a
couple of minutes to look over the schedule for this release:


We also have the same data available as an ics:


it's a good idea for interested parties (for example PTLs and liaisons)
to subscribe to it so upcoming deadlines are visible.

Development Focus

Focus should be on optimizing the time at the PTG and following up after the
event to jump start Train development and spec planning

Action Required

PTLs will receive a direct email from me establishing contact and setting
communication expectations.  Be on the lookout!

General Information

All teams should review their release liaison information and make sure it is
up to date [1].

While reviewing liaisons, this would also be a good time to make sure your
declared release model matches the project's plans for Train (e.g. [2]). This
should be done prior to the first milestone and can be done by proposing a
change to the Stein deliverable file for the project(s) affected [3].

Now would be a good time to start brainstorming Forum topics while some of the
PTG discussions are fresh. Just a couple months until the Summit and Forum in

Upcoming Deadlines & Dates

Train-1 milestone: Jun 03  (R-19 week)
Forum at OpenInfrastructure Summit in Denver: April 29 - May 1
PTG right after the OpenInfrastructure Summit in Denver: May 2 - 4

Yours Tony  (tonyb).

[1] https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/CrossProjectLiaisons
[2] https://opendev.org/openstack/releases/src/branch/master/deliverables/train/keystone.yaml#L3
[3] https://opendev.org/openstack/releases/src/branch/master/deliverables/train

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