[Openstack-operators] [openstack-dev] [all]Naming the T release of OpenStack -- Poll open
tony at bakeyournoodle.com
Tue Nov 6 02:19:20 UTC 2018
Time is running out for you to have your say in the T release name
poll. We have just under 3 days left. If you haven't voted please do!
On Tue, Oct 30, 2018 at 04:40:25PM +1100, Tony Breeds wrote:
> Hi folks,
> It is time again to cast your vote for the naming of the T Release.
> As with last time we'll use a public polling option over per user private URLs
> for voting. This means, everybody should proceed to use the following URL to
> cast their vote:
> We've selected a public poll to ensure that the whole community, not just gerrit
> change owners get a vote. Also the size of our community has grown such that we
> can overwhelm CIVS if using private urls. A public can mean that users
> behind NAT, proxy servers or firewalls may receive an message saying
> that your vote has already been lodged, if this happens please try
> another IP.
> Because this is a public poll, results will currently be only viewable by myself
> until the poll closes. Once closed, I'll post the URL making the results
> viewable to everybody. This was done to avoid everybody seeing the results while
> the public poll is running.
> The poll will officially end on 2018-11-08 00:00:00+00:00, and results will be
> posted shortly after.
>  https://governance.openstack.org/tc/reference/release-naming.html
> According to the Release Naming Process, this poll is to determine the
> community preferences for the name of the T release of OpenStack. It is
> possible that the top choice is not viable for legal reasons, so the second or
> later community preference could wind up being the name.
> Release Name Criteria
> Each release name must start with the letter of the ISO basic Latin alphabet
> following the initial letter of the previous release, starting with the
> initial release of "Austin". After "Z", the next name should start with
> "A" again.
> The name must be composed only of the 26 characters of the ISO basic Latin
> alphabet. Names which can be transliterated into this character set are also
> The name must refer to the physical or human geography of the region
> encompassing the location of the OpenStack design summit for the
> corresponding release. The exact boundaries of the geographic region under
> consideration must be declared before the opening of nominations, as part of
> the initiation of the selection process.
> The name must be a single word with a maximum of 10 characters. Words that
> describe the feature should not be included, so "Foo City" or "Foo Peak"
> would both be eligible as "Foo".
> Names which do not meet these criteria but otherwise sound really cool
> should be added to a separate section of the wiki page and the TC may make
> an exception for one or more of them to be considered in the Condorcet poll.
> The naming official is responsible for presenting the list of exceptional
> names for consideration to the TC before the poll opens.
> Exact Geographic Region
> The Geographic Region from where names for the S release will come is Colorado
> Proposed Names
> * Tarryall
> * Teakettle
> * Teller
> * Telluride
> * Thomas : the Tank Engine
> * Thornton
> * Tiger
> * Tincup
> * Timnath
> * Timber
> * Tiny Town
> * Torreys
> * Trail
> * Trinidad
> * Treasure
> * Troublesome
> * Trussville
> * Turret
> * Tyrone
> Proposed Names that do not meet the criteria (accepted by the TC)
> * Train🚂 : Many Attendees of the first Denver PTG have a story to tell about the trains near the PTG hotel. We could celebrate those stories with this name
> Yours Tony.
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