[openstack-dev] [puppet] Coordinator(s)/PTL tasks description

Emilien Macchi emilien at redhat.com
Mon Mar 30 19:19:56 UTC 2015

On 03/26/2015 01:08 PM, Sebastien Badia wrote:
> Hi,
> Following our Tuesday meeting, we decided to create a sort of PTL /
> Coordinators tasks list with the essence of
> https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/PTL_Guide
> I list some point here, but feel free to add discuss about them, it's
> not (yet)
> written in stone.
> - Community (group) manager:
>  The PTL keeps abreast of upcoming meetings ops/other where it would be
> interesting
>  for our community to be represented. Maintain an ical?
> - Meetings organisation
>  We need a chair to ensure that the meeting is correctly orchestrated,
> the PTL
>  publish also a meeting agenda a minimum 5days before the meeting (see this
>  example in openstack-tc¹). The PTL also publish meeting notes on the ML +
>  wiki (for archive / easy search purposes).
> - Bug triage / management (bug squashing party ?)
>  The subject was raised during the last meeting, maybe a good form was
>  something like a BSP (like we made in Debian), or a PR triage like
> puppetlabs
>  one's². (This task was not necessarily managed by PTL)
> - Maintain a list of active subject and directions like a backlog :)
>  This was already managed by our trello board, and have a clear vision
> of where
>  we are going on.
> By stepping back, maybe we must elect a PTL to fit with OpenStack «
> standards »
> and act in intern with something like a « scrum master » (changing every
> week)

What do you mean by 'changing every week'?

> firstly to distribute tasks, and secondly to involve everyone in the
> process.
> These points are just ideas, a kind of cornerstone to discuss.

I +1 all of them.

> Seb
> ¹http://lists.openstack.org/pipermail/openstack-tc/2015-March/000940.html
> ²https://github.com/puppet-community/community-triage/blob/master/core/notes/2015-03-25.md

Emilien Macchi

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