[PTLs][All] vPTG April 2021 Team Signup
dmendiza at redhat.com
Wed Mar 10 21:47:55 UTC 2021
On 3/8/21 12:08 PM, Kendall Nelson wrote:
> As you hopefully already know, our next PTG will be virtual again, and
> held from Monday, April 19 to Friday, April 23. We will have the same
> schedule set up available as last time with three windows of time spread
> across the day to cover all timezones with breaks in between.
> *To signup your team, you must complete **_BOTH_** the survey AND
> reserve time in the ethercalc by March 25 at 7:00 UTC.*
> We ask that the PTL/SIG Chair/Team lead sign up for time to have their
> discussions in with 4 rules/guidelines.
> 1. Cross project discussions (like SIGs or support project teams) should
> be scheduled towards the start of the week so that any discussions that
> might shape those of other teams happen first.
> 2. No team should sign up for more than 4 hours per UTC day to help keep
> participants actively engaged.
> 3. No team should sign up for more than 16 hours across all time slots
> to avoid burning out our contributors and to enable participation in
> multiple teams discussions.
> Again, you need to fill out BOTH the ethercalc AND the survey to
> complete your team's sign up.
> If you have any issues with signing up your team, due to conflict or
> otherwise, please let me know! While we are trying to empower you to
> make your own decisions as to when you meet and for how long (after all,
> you know your needs and teams timezones better than we do), we are here
> to help!
> Once your team is signed up, please register! And remind your team to
> register! Registration is free, but since it will be how we contact you
> with passwords, event details, etc. it is still important!
> Continue to check back for updates at openstack.org/ptg
> -the Kendalls (diablo_rojo & wendallkaters)
>  Team Survey:
>  Ethercalc Signup: https://ethercalc.net/oz7q0gds9zfi
>  PTG Registration: https://april2021-ptg.eventbrite.com
Is the Ethercalc link correct? I'm getting 502 Bad Gateway errors
trying to load it in my browser.
- Douglas Mendizábal (redrobot)
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