[openstack-dev] [User-committee] Action Items WG Chairs: Requesting your input to a cross Working Group session

Yih Leong, Sun. yihleong at gmail.com
Thu Jun 1 03:38:06 UTC 2017

I recalled that UC is inviting WG chairs to join the UC IRC meeting to
share/provide WG updates on high level status/activities? Is this something
Should the WG chair attend the UC meeting instead of setting up another
separate meeting?

On Wednesday, May 31, 2017, MCCABE, JAMEY A <jm6819 at att.com> wrote:

> Working group (WG) chairs or delegates, please enter your name (and WG
> name) and what times you could meet at this poll:
> https://beta.doodle.com/poll/6k36zgre9ttciwqz#table
> As back ground and to share progress:
>    - We started and generally confirmed the desire to have a regular
>    cross WG status meeting at the Boston Summit.
>    - Specifically the groups interested in Telco NFV and Fog Edge agreed
>    to collaborate more often and in a more organized fashion.
>    - In e-mails and then in today’s Operators Telco/NFV we finalized a
>    proposal to have all WGs meet for high level status monthly and to bring
>    the collaboration back to our individual WG sessions.
>    - the User Committee sessions are appropriate for the Monthly WG
>    Status meeting
>    - more detailed coordination across Telco/NFV and Fog Edge groups
>    should take place in the Operators Telco NFV WG meetings which already
>    occur every 2 weeks.
>    - we need participation of each WG Chair (or a delegate)
>    - we welcome and request the OPNFV and Linux Foundation and other WGs
>    to join us in the cross WG status meetings
> The Doodle was setup to gain concurrence for a time of week in which we
> could schedule and is not intended to be for a specific week.
> ​​​​​Jamey McCabe – AT&T Integrated Cloud -jm6819 - mobile if needed
> 847-496-1176
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