[infra][qa][sigs][tc] Forming a Testing and Collaboration Tools (TaCT) SIG

Thierry Carrez thierry at openstack.org
Wed Apr 22 08:45:25 UTC 2020

Jeremy Stanley wrote:
> On 2020-04-20 20:58:54 +0000 (+0000), Jeremy Stanley wrote:
> [...]
>> I propose the creation of a new Testing and Collaboration Tools
>> (TaCT) SIG which would serve the role currently occupied by the
>> OpenStack Infrastructure team.
> [...]
>> The TaCT SIG would consist of the usual suspects: people who review
>> OpenStack job configuration changes, people who dig into problems
>> with test frameworks to unblock the integrated gate queue, people
>> who figure out strange Python packaging related issues, people who
>> help work out lapsed control of Launchpad admin groups... also,
>> ideally, the person selected by the TC to serve as OpenStack's
>> representative on the OpenDev Advisory Council would be heavily
>> involved. Many of these activities are closely related to work the
>> Quality Assurance team is doing, so hopefully folks who are active
>> in QA will also participate in this SIG.
> [...]
> Also, if this sounds like a reasonable solution, we'll need some
> volunteers to serve as SIG chairs. The responsibilities are light
> and the workload should be shared among multiple chairs, or can be
> delegated to other members of the SIG if desired:
> https://governance.openstack.org/sigs/reference/sig-guideline.html#select-sig-chairs

I would also be fine saying that there is no "chair" and that the SIG 
leadership matches a Gerrit core review group (like 
project-config-core). This SIG is mostly reactive so it does not need as 
much "leading" as others.

Thierry Carrez (ttx)

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