[openstack-dev] [Neutron] Team meeting on Tuesday 1400UTC
dougwig at parksidesoftware.com
Tue Jan 12 23:28:19 UTC 2016
I don’t think it ninja merged. It had plenty of reviews, and was open during international hours. I don’t have any issue there.
I don’t like the crazy early meeting, so I set out to prove it didn’t matter:
Average attendance before rotating: 20.7 people
Average attendance on Monday afternoons (U.S. time): 20.9
Average attendance on Tuesday morning (U.S. time): 23.7
Stupid data, that’s not what I wanted to see.
I haven’t yet correlated people to which meeting time yet, but attendance was slightly up during the crazy early hated time, across the 1.25 years it was running (started 9/9/14). This is just people saying something; lurkers can just read the logs.
Data is from eavesdrop meeting logs, if anyone else wants to crunch it.
> On Jan 12, 2016, at 4:32 PM, Tony Breeds <tony at bakeyournoodle.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 12, 2016 at 01:27:30PM +0100, Ihar Hrachyshka wrote:
>> Agreed with Gary on behalf of my European compatriots. (Note that I
>> *personally* +1’d the patch because I don’t mind, doing late hours anyway;
>> but it’s sad it was ninja merged without giving any chance for those from
>> affected timezones to express their concerns).
> So Ninja merged has a negative connotation that I refute.
> I merged it. It was judgment error, and I apologise for that.
> * I found and read through the list thread.
> * Saw only +1's yours included
> - known you'd be affected I used your +1 as a barometer
> My mistake was not noticing your request to leave the review open for longer.
> I also noted in my review that reverting it is pretty low cost to back it out
> if needed.
> I understand that the 'root cause' for this change was the yaml2ical issue that
> stemmed from having 2 odd week in a row. We've fixed that . I'm also
> working a a more human concept of biweekly meeting in yaml2ical.
>  the next time it could have been a problem is 2020/2021 ;P
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