[nova][ptg] Virtual PTG
balazs.gibizer at est.tech
Fri Nov 8 06:33:11 UTC 2019
On Thu, Oct 24, 2019 at 17:28, Eric Fried <openstack at fried.cc> wrote:
> Hello nova contributors and other stakeholders.
> As you are aware, nova maintainers will be sparser than usual at the
> ussuri PTG. For that reason, and also because it promotes better
> inclusion anyway, I'd like us to do the majority of decision making
> the mailing list. The PTG is still a useful place to talk through
> ideas, but this will give those not attending a voice in the final
> To that end, I call your attention to the etherpad . As usual, list
> your topics there. And if your topic is something for which you only
> need (or wish to start with) in-person discussions (e.g. "I'd like to
> $thing but could use some help figuring out $how"), you're done.
> But if what you're shooting for is discussion leading to some kind of
> decision, like...
> - My spec has been stalled because we can't decide among N different
> approaches; we need to reach a consensus.
> - My feature is really important; can we please prioritize it for
> ...then in addition to putting your topic on the etherpad, please
> initiate a (separate) thread on this mailing list, including
> in your subject line.
> Some of these topics may be resolved before the PTG itself. Others may
> be discussed in Shanghai. However, even if a consensus is reached in
> person, expect that decision to be tentative pending closure of the ML
Now as the PTG is over (for nova at least as we finished a bit earlier)
Sylvain and me will start sending out summary mails about the topics we
discussed to create a place to further discuss the topics with the rest
of the nova team. The etherpad contains most of the agreements we
reached during the discussions but of course none of them are final as
we did not have a core quorum on the PTG.
Thanks for everyone who contributed in any way to the PTG discussions!
>  https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/nova-shanghai-ptg
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