[Openstack-operators] Call for hosts for August 2017 mid-cycle meet up
mihalis68 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 29 14:01:47 UTC 2016
Reminder: the OpenStack Operators Ops Meetups Team are calling for hosts
for a mid-cycle meet up in August 2017 (details below). Current plans call
for a venue in North America, however if nothing is received by end of
2017, we will widen the scope to other regions such Europe and APAC.
On Mon, Nov 14, 2016 at 6:14 PM, Chris Morgan <mihalis68 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Second call asking for hosting proposals for the second OpenStack
> Operators mid-cycle meetup of 2017 which will be in August and is currently
> planned for somewhere in North America. All offers should be for two
> successive business days (i.e fall with Monday-Friday).
> To submit a proposal please just cut and paste the standard boilerplate
> text in this etherpad and then fill in your answers:
> More information on these meetings in general is given here :
> This call is for a host for an event in August 2017. If a location and
> date range could be found which allows attendees to attend a related event
> before or after that is helpful for attendees to get the most out of their
> travel budget. For example, open source and/or cloud and/or linux
> Given our desire to rotate venues to balance travel fairly, this event
> would be in North America
> (The prior meet up of 2017 looks likely to be in Europe or APAC).
> As host your organization(s) should book and help organize the venue,
> which should meet the guidelines (e.g. having wifi, presentation
> facilities), see https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Operations/Meetups#How_
> Ops_Meetups_are_planned. Ideally any venue proposed would have one large
> room (up to 120 people) and several smaller rooms (20-40 people).
> Some hosts have been able to provide lunch and even breakfast but that is
> not a requirement. Other organizations may underwrite an evening event
> after day 1 (the host is not expected to).
> Please note that we are currently seeking expressions of interest only, no
> booking should be made until after the proposal is accepted (see below).
> We (the team) meet regularly in an open publicized process (see
> Proposals to host received in the above linked Etherpad will be considered
> and collaborated on. If there are more than one for a particular meet up,
> the proposals are voted on and the most popular suitable proposal is
> accepted. Full meeting minutes and minutes are published at the end of each
> If you have more questions: I will be happy to answer questions relating
> to the process for hosting one of these events or you can simply join us on
> IRC (#openstack-operators on chat.freenode.net)!
> Thanks for reading
> Chris Morgan <mihalis68 at gmail.com>
Chris Morgan <mihalis68 at gmail.com>
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