[telemetry] Voting for a new meeting time

Trinh Nguyen dangtrinhnt at gmail.com
Fri May 17 07:02:00 UTC 2019

Hi team,

According to the poll [1], I will organize 2 meeting sessions on May 23rd:

   - Core contributors (mostly in APAC): 02:00 UTC
   - Cross-projects contributors (mostly in US or around that): 08:00 UTC

Some core members or at least myself will be able to attend both meetings
so I think it should be fine. I will put the meeting agenda here [2].

[1] https://doodle.com/poll/cd9d3ksvpms4frud
[2] https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/telemetry-meeting-agenda


On Fri, May 10, 2019 at 12:05 PM Trinh Nguyen <dangtrinhnt at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi team,
> As discussed, we should have a new meeting time so more contributors can
> join. So please cast your vote in the link below *by the end of May 15th
> (UTC).*
> https://doodle.com/poll/cd9d3ksvpms4frud
> One thing to keep in mind that I still want to keep the old meeting time
> as an option, not because I'm biasing the APAC developers but because it is
> the time that most of the active contributors (who actually pushing patches
> and review) can join.
> When we have the results if we end up missing some contributors (I think
> all of you are great!), no worries. We could try to create different
> meetings for a different set of contributors, something like:
>    - Developers: for bug triage, implementation, etc.
>    - Operators: input from operators are important too since we need real
>    use cases
>    - Cross-project: Telemetry may need to work with other teams
>    - Core team: for the core team to discuss the vision and goals,
>    planning
> Okie, I know we cannot live without monitoring/logging so let's rock the
> world guys!!!
> Bests
> --
> *Trinh Nguyen*
> *www.edlab.xyz <https://www.edlab.xyz>*

*Trinh Nguyen*
*www.edlab.xyz <https://www.edlab.xyz>*
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