[tc] Recent updates and action items

Graham Hayes gr at ham.ie
Wed Nov 20 15:49:29 UTC 2019

On 20/11/2019 09:20, Jean-Philippe Evrard wrote:
> Hello TC members, 
> There are still business opportunities merging for 2019. The process
> for 2020 need to start soon.
> We have action items from the Summit and PTG [1] to take care. Please
> review etherpads and check if any part actions that you already been
> assigned or whould like to help. Here are a few action items already if
> you want to help:
>     - ttx: will be working on the technical vision reflection, as we
> arrive at the end of the road (2019).
>     - gmann:  will be working on the multiple goals he has, including
> python versions. A little help would be welcomed I guess :)
>     - mnaser: will be working on telemetry and an oslo project to
> expose metrics for prometheus. (If I didn't get that one wrong)
>     - jungleboyj: will write a blog post about the analysis of the
> Foundation user survey. We should read it when it's ready and prepare
> the next one
>     - mugsie: is writing a new proposal for release naming based on
> what we discussed at the summit

This is done - https://review.opendev.org/#/c/695071/

I encourage anyone with an interest in naming to leave comments there,
or reply to this thread.

>     - We all should think about stable policy and what to do about it,
> based on the feedback from TheJulia/smcginnis/release+requirements
> team. Maybe diablo_rojo can follow this?
>     - everyone: we should promote the first contact sig to
> organisations that might need help on getting things achieved in
> OpenStack.
>     - zaneb: will propose documentation of the process on how TC
> members should vote on conflicting resolutions when there is no
> predetermined consensus
>     - mnaser: will be the point of contact for the infra matters of
> static hosting
>     - ttx: will investigate a merge tc/uc
>     - evrardjp: will start the new ideas concept that was floated
> before the summit and got traction during the summit.
> PowerVMStackers is now a SIG [2]. However, mnaser suggested to move to
> a multi-arch SIG. Mohammed, do you want to get started on this?
> V release naming process is now started [3].
> [1] https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/PVG-TC-PTG
> [2] https://review.opendev.org/#/c/680438/
> [3] https://review.opendev.org/#/c/693266/
> Regards,
> Jean-Philippe & Rico

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