[Openstack-operators] Ops Community Documentation - first anchor point

Jonathan D. Proulx jon at csail.mit.edu
Thu May 24 01:46:26 UTC 2018

Thanks for kicking this off Chris.

Were you going to create that new repository?  If not I can take on
the tasks of learning how and making it happen.


On Wed, May 23, 2018 at 06:38:32PM -0700, Chris Morgan wrote:
:   Hello Everyone,
:   In the Ops Community documentation working session today in Vancouver,
:   we made some really good progress (etherpad
:   here: [1]https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/YVR-Ops-Community-Docs but
:   not all of the good stuff is yet written down).
:   In short, we're going to course correct on maintaining the Operators
:   Guide, the HA Guide and Architecture Guide, not edit-in-place via the
:   wiki and instead try still maintaining them as code, but with a
:   different, new set of owners, possibly in a new Ops-focused repo. There
:   was a strong consensus that a) code workflow >> wiki workflow and that
:   b) openstack core docs tools are just fine.
:   There is a lot still to be decided on how where and when, but we do
:   have an offer of a rewrite of the HA Guide, as long as the changes will
:   be allowed to actually land, so we expect to actually start showing
:   some progress.
:   At the end of the session, people wanted to know how to follow along as
:   various people work out how to do this... and so for now that place is
:   this very email thread. The idea is if the code for those documents
:   goes to live in a different repo, or if new contributors turn up, or if
:   a new version we will announce/discuss it here until such time as we
:   have a better home for this initiative.
:   Cheers
:   Chris
:   --
:   Chris Morgan <[2]mihalis68 at gmail.com>
:   1. https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/YVR-Ops-Community-Docs
:   2. mailto:mihalis68 at gmail.com

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