[openstack-dev] [deployment][TripleO][kolla][ansible][fuel] Next steps for cross project collaboration
inc007 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 28 00:52:24 UTC 2017
So first, I'd like to say that my poor English skills aren't enough to
emphasize how much I love this idea.
I think instead of adding yet-another-irc-channel how about create
weekly meetings? We can rant in scheduled time and it probably will
get more attention. That, mailing list with dedicated tag and WG would
be great imho. We could get some room in future PTGs too then.
Am I making sense?
On 27 February 2017 at 13:08, Jesse Pretorius
<Jesse.Pretorius at rackspace.co.uk> wrote:
> Comments in-line
> On 2/27/17, 4:02 PM, "Steven Hardy" <shardy at redhat.com> wrote:
> If I go ahead and do this is "deployment" a sufficiently project-neutral
> term to proceed with?
> I think so.
> I'd suggest we start with an informal WG, which it seems just requires an
> update to the wiki, e.g no need for any formal project team at this point?
> A WG is what I had in mind.
> Likewise I know some folks have expressed an interest in an IRC channel
> (openstack-deployment?), I'm happy to start with the ML but open to IRC
> also if someone is willing to set up the channel.
> Personally I think we should use #openstack-dev instead. It’s the traditional place for cross-project communication, is less exclusive and much like this mailing list brings more people into the conversation.
> Perhaps we can start by using the tag "deployment" in all cross-project ML
> traffic, then potentially discuss IRC (or even regular meetings) if it
> becomes apparrent these would add value beyond ML discussion?
> Sure, I don’t have any strong feelings about the tag. The tag [deployment] makes sense to me.
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