[openstack-dev] [TripleO] Meeting purpose
dprince at redhat.com
Thu Dec 4 13:24:20 UTC 2014
On Thu, 2014-12-04 at 10:11 +0100, James Polley wrote:
> Hi all,
> The other topic that has come up a few times in our meetings is: what
> value do we get from these meetings?
Often. Not much. :( Partially my own fault too since I haven't been good
about adding items to the agenda myself ahead of time.
> There's no doubt that regular meetings provide value - but that
> doesn't mean that everything we do in them is valuable.
> As an example of something that I think doesn't add much value in the
> meeting - DerekH has already been giving semi-regular CI/CD status
> reports via email. I'd like to make these weekly update emails
> regular, and take the update off the meeting agenda. I'm offering to
> share the load with him to make this easier to achieve.
> Are there other things on our regular agenda that you feel aren't
> offering much value?
I'd propose we axe the regular agenda entirely and let people promote
things in open discussion if they need to. In fact the regular agenda
often seems like a bunch of motions we go through... to the extent that
while the TripleO meeting was going on we've actually discussed what was
in my opinion the most important things in the normal #tripleo IRC
channel. Is getting through our review stats really that important!?
> Are there things you'd like to see moved onto, or off, the agenda?
Perhaps a streamlined agenda like this would work better:
* Projects needing releases
* Open Discussion (including important SPECs, CI, or anything needing
attention). ** Leader might have to drive this **
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