[all][PTG] Strawman Schedule

Doug Hellmann doug at doughellmann.com
Thu Mar 21 12:41:29 UTC 2019

Kendall Nelson <kennelson11 at gmail.com> writes:

> Hello Everyone,
> In the attached picture or link [0] you will find the proposed
> schedule for the various tracks at the Denver PTG in April/May.
> We did our best to avoid the key conflicts that the track leads (PTLs,
> SIG leads...) mentioned in their PTG survey responses, although there
> was no perfect solution that would avoid all conflicts especially when
> the event is three days long and we have over 40 teams meeting.
> If there is a critical conflict that was missed, please let us know,
> but otherwise we are not planning to change this proposal.
> You'll notice that:
> - Like in Dublin and the last time we were in Denver, a number of
> tracks do not get pre-allocated time, and will be scheduled on the
> spot in available rooms at the time that makes the most sense for the
> participants.
> - Every track will be able to book extra time and space in available
> extra rooms at the event via the PTGBot once its configured for the
> event. More details to come on that.
> - Airship & OpenStack Helm will each have a day and a half (with the
> opportunity to book more time as they need) but we hadn't decided
> which will go first
> And here are links to more information about the event[1], on
> registration[2] or booking a room at the event hotel[3] in case you
> haven't booked or registered yet :)
> See you there!
> -Kendall Nelson (diablo_rojo)
> [0] https://screenshotscdn.firefoxusercontent.com/images/8c880d0a-b41e-4cea-8ff7-8f34073852ca.png?embedded=og
> [1]https://www.openstack.org/ptg
> [2]https://www.eventbrite.com/e/open-infrastructure-summit-project-teams-gathering-tickets-52606153421?_ga=2.190991274.1609728385.1552928145-572792429.1538091877
> [3]https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/group-booking/DENCC/G-FNTE

I don't see the new baremetal SIG on the schedule anywhere. Do we want
to try to jump-start that group with some face-to-face time? Is that
happening during the forum instead?


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