[openstack-dev] [ptg] Dublin PTG proposed track schedule
prometheanfire at gentoo.org
Thu Jan 18 16:06:48 UTC 2018
On 18-01-18 11:20:21, Thierry Carrez wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Here is the proposed pre-allocated track schedule for the Dublin PTG:
> You'll also notice that some teams (in orange below the table in above
> link) do not have pre-allocated slots. One key difference this time
> around is that we set aside a larger number of rooms and meeting spots
> for dynamically scheduling tracks. The idea is to avoid pre-allocating
> smaller tracks to a specific time slot that might or might not create
> conflicts, and let that team book a space at a time that makes the most
> sense for them, while the event happens. This dynamic booking will be
> done through the PTGbot.
> So the unscheduled teams (in orange) are expected to take advantage of
> this flexibility and schedule themselves during the event. This
> flexibility is not limited to those orange teams: other teams may want
> to meet for more than their pre-allocated time slots, and can book extra
> space as well. For example if you are on the First Contact SIG and
> realize on Tuesday afternoon that you would like to continue the
> discussions on Friday morning, it's easy to extend your track to a time
> slot there.
> Note that this system also replaces the old ethercalc-scheduled
> "reservable rooms". If a group of people forms around a specific issue
> and wants to discuss it, they can ask for their own additional "track"
> and schedule it dynamically as well.
> Finally, you'll notice we have extra space set aside on Monday-Tuesday
> to discuss "hot" last-minute cross-project issues -- if you have ideas
> of topics that we need to discuss in-person, please let us know.
As one of the teams in orange, what specific steps, if any, do we need to
take to schedule a specific time/place for a meeting?
Matthew Thode (prometheanfire)
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