[Openstack-operators] Forum Brainstorming
emccormick at cirrusseven.com
Tue Sep 5 15:34:10 UTC 2017
As a followup to this, the Ops Meetup Team has set up a brainstorming
etherpad to discuss possible forum sessions for Sydney.
This works the same as our Ops Mid-Cycle meetups. Post your session
ideas, comment on other listed proposals, and +1 the ones you are
interested in seeing included. As always, please share your ideas even
if you will be unable to attend the Sydney Summit.
On Mon, Sep 4, 2017 at 2:05 PM, Jimmy McArthur <jimmy at openstack.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Welcome to the topic selection process for our Forum in Sydney. If you've
> participated in an ops meetup before, this should seem pretty comfortable.
> If not, note that this is not a classic conference track with speakers and
> presentations. OpenStack community members (participants in development
> teams, working groups, and other interested individuals) discuss the topics
> they want to cover and get alignment on and we welcome your participation.
> The Forum is for the entire community to come together, to create a neutral
> space rather than having separate “ops” and “dev” days. Sydney marks the
> start of the Rocky release cycle, where ideas and requirements will be
> gathered. Users should aim to come armed with feedback from Augusts's Pike
> release if at all possible. We aim to ensure the broadest coverage of topics
> that will allow for multiple parts of the community getting together to
> discuss key areas within our community/projects.
> There are two stages to the brainstorming:
> Starting today, set up an etherpad with your group/team, or use one on the
> list and start discussing ideas you'd like to talk about at the Forum. Then,
> through mailing list discussion work out which ones are the most needed -
> just like you did prior to the ops events.
> Then, in a couple of weeks, we will open up a more formal web-based tool for
> submission of abstracts that came out of the brainstorming on top.
> Make an etherpad, or use one from the list at:
> One key thing we'd like to see is collaboration between every area of ther
> community. Find an interested development project or three and share to your
> Think about what kind of session ideas might end up as: Project-specific,
> cross-project or strategic/whole-of-community discussions. There'll be more
> slots for the latter two, so do try and think outside the box!
> This part of the process is where we gather broad community consensus - in
> theory the second part is just about fitting in as many of the good ideas
> into the schedule as we can.
> Further details about the forum can be found at:
> Jimmy McArthur on behalf of the OpenStack Foundation and User Committee
> OpenStack-operators mailing list
> OpenStack-operators at lists.openstack.org
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