[all][tc] What happened in OpenStack Governance recently

Jean-Philippe Evrard jean-philippe at evrard.me
Fri Dec 13 09:00:11 UTC 2019

Hello folks!

We've finally made up our mind with the release naming process. We got
a majority of the TC voting positively for a simplified release naming
process [0].

Talking about naming, V-release naming poll already started [6]. Go
pick your favorit now! Voting will officially end December 16, 2019 at
23:59 UTC! So... pick now!

Thanks for Colleen Murphy (cmurphy) and Ghanshyam Mann (gmann) starting
a policy pop up team [2]. Please raise your hand if you're interested
to participate.

devstack already migrated to Python3 and most of our non-python2
specific jobs are also migrated. Your test jobs (like grenade jobs)
could need migration, like [1]. Also, if you want to know a full status
update of the `Drop Python 2.7 Support`, you can find the status update
in [9].

The ansible-sig has new repositories! ansible-collections-openstack
[4], ansible-plugin-container-connection will be joining soon [5]
There is a new charm charm-cinder-backup-swift-proxy [3]

SIG guideline [8] is landed, so if you're maintaining or starting a
SIG. Please check it out and provide your feedback to make it getting

Thanks to Graham Hayes, the last OpenStack Foundation board meeting has
officially approved to the savedotorg campaign [7].

Have a good week-end, enjoy your end of year holidays (assuming you
have some soon), and merry Christmas/happy new year for those who
celebrate them! :)

JP & Rico

[0] https://review.opendev.org/#/c/695071/3
[1] https://review.opendev.org/#/c/695088/
[3] https://review.opendev.org/696723 
[4] https://review.opendev.org/684740
[5] https://review.opendev.org/696737
[8]  https://governance.openstack.org/sigs/reference/sig-guideline.html

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