[openstack-dev] [NFV] New Sub-team and Meeting

Balaji.P at freescale.com Balaji.P at freescale.com
Thu May 15 13:51:10 UTC 2014

Hi Russell,

Are we going to bring all the NFV efforts happening in multiple projects like FWaaS, Service VM etc under one roof.

Just curious to know the objective of this NFV sub-team.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Russell Bryant [mailto:rbryant at redhat.com]
> Sent: Thursday, May 15, 2014 7:13 PM
> To: OpenStack Development Mailing List
> Subject: [openstack-dev] [NFV] New Sub-team and Meeting
> It is clear that a number of us have been working independently on NFV
> related features.  It would be beneficial to start doing some
> coordination in this area.  To do that, I think we should form an NFV
> group with a regular IRC meeting.  I'd like to see this group be a
> collaboration of developers, deployers, and end users working together to
> make sure we are successful in supporting NFV use cases.
> Proposed set of goals for this group:
>  * Organize documentation on the OpenStack wiki of use cases and gaps to
> be filled in OpenStack.
>  * Identify relevant development efforts across OpenStack (designs,
> code) and track their progress.
>    - Provide a page for interested parties to quickly see the status
>      across these efforts
>    - Highlight areas that need additional help.
>  * Provide a meeting where people can get together and discuss this work
>    on a regular basis.
> To get us started, I have created the following wiki page with some
> information on some of the efforts already under way.  I welcome help
> filling it in with more details.
>     https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Meetings/NFV
> For the IRC meeting, I propose we start meeting in a couple weeks with
> the first one on Wednesday, June 4 at 1400 UTC in #openstack-meeting.
> It's going to be tough to pick a date/time that works for everyone, but
> if this absolutely does not work for you and you'd like to participate,
> feedback is welcome.
> For discussions outside of the meeting about these features, I think we
> should use the openstack-dev mailing list.  When posting about NFV,
> please use the [NFV] tag in the message subject.
> Thanks!
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