[openstack-dev] PGP keysigning party for Juno summit in Atlanta?

Clint Byrum clint at fewbar.com
Mon Mar 31 21:45:20 UTC 2014

Excerpts from Jeremy Stanley's message of 2014-03-31 13:03:28 -0700:
> On 2014-03-31 10:55:06 +0200 (+0200), Thierry Carrez wrote:
> > No miracle here... All slots are pretty full as expected. I think our
> > best bet is still the 30-min morning break on Wednesday or Thursday at
> > 10:30am.
> Would finding an available room for an hour sometime on Monday make
> sense instead? Since we don't have design sessions that day, it
> might make it easier to collect some majority of interested ATCs for
> longer than we can cram into a 30-minute break. On the other hand it
> will potentially conflict with some other operations and general
> conference stuff, so we end up leaving out people who might be doing
> those things instead...

Would it be entirely out of line to take a portion of an infra-team
session to do this? A lot of keys can be signed in 30 minutes.

* You will have the most important people in the WoT for OpenStack in
  that room. This will ensure that the signing is extremely relevant.
* The projection method will be available.
* This seems relevant to OpenStack development infrastructure.

If not, then taking over a session room directly after any day of the
event has been the most successful strategy I've seen at open source
conferences. It needs to be relatively soon after everything ends so that
people can still get to their respective plans.

If we can't commandeer a session, I'll go down the path of contacting
the conference/summit organizers to see if that is possible.

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