[openstack-dev] [TripleO] TripleO deep dive hour?

James Slagle james.slagle at gmail.com
Thu Jun 30 16:45:41 UTC 2016

On Wed, Jun 29, 2016 at 1:01 PM, Jason Rist <jrist at redhat.com> wrote:
> On 06/28/2016 04:00 PM, James Slagle wrote:
>> We've got some new contributors around TripleO recently, and I'd like
>> to offer up a "TripleO deep dive hour".
>> The idea is to spend 1 hour a week in a high bandwidth environment
>> (Google Hangouts / Bluejeans / ???) to deep dive on a TripleO related
>> topic. The topic could be anything TripleO related, such as general
>> onboarding, CI, networking, new features, etc.
>> I'm by no means an expert on all those things, but I'd like to
>> facilitate the conversation and I'm happy to lead the first few
>> "dives" and share what I know. If it proves to be a popular format,
>> hopefully I can convince some other folks to lead discussions on
>> various topics.
>> I think it'd be appropriate to record these sessions so that what is
>> discussed is available to all. However, I don't intend these to be a
>> presentation format, and instead more of a q&a discussion. If I don't
>> get any ideas for topics though, I may choose to prepare something to
>> present :).
>> Our current meeting time of day at 1400 UTC seems to suit a lot of
>> folks, so how about 1400 UTC on Thursdays? If folks think this is
>> something that would be valuable and want to do it, we could start
>> next Thursday, July 7th.
> This sounds very useful. Will you be sending out some sort of invite or
> notification once you've decided you're going to hold it?

It sounds like the time will be 1400UTC on Thursdays.

I've added a poll to the etherpad to see what tool works best for the
most people:

I've also added a Proposed Topics for July 7th if anyone has any ideas
for something burning they want to discuss. I'll put a few details
there as well.

Based on responses, I will add the details to that etherpad by the end
of day Tuesday July 5th so that everyone can see how to connect on

-- James Slagle

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