[openstack-dev] Forum Topic Submission Period
jimmy at openstack.org
Thu Sep 20 15:23:09 UTC 2018
Another good question...
Matt Riedemann wrote:
> On 9/17/2018 11:13 AM, Jimmy McArthur wrote:
> Another question. In the before times, when we just had that simple
> form to submit forum sessions and then the TC/UC/Foundation reviewed
> the list and picked the sessions, it was very simple to see what other
> sessions were proposed and say, "oh good someone is covering this
> already, I don't need to worry about it". With the move to the CFP
> forms like the summit sessions, that is no longer available, as far as
> I know. There have been at least a few cases this week where someone
> has said, "this might be a good topic, but keystone is probably
> already covering it, or $FOO SIG is probably already covering it", but
> without herding the cats to ask and find out who is all doing what,
> it's hard to know.
> Is there some way we can get back to having a public view of what has
> been proposed for the forum so we an avoid overlap, or at worst not
> proposing something because people assume someone else is going to
> cover it?
This is basically the CFP equivalent:
isn't necessary, of course, but it should allow you to see submissions
as they roll in.
Does this work for your purposes?
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