[PTLs][release] Wallaby Cycle Highlights
kennelson11 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 12 19:01:47 UTC 2021
I know we are past the deadline, but I wanted to do one final call. If you
have highlights you want included in the release marketing for Wallaby, you
must have patches pushed to the releases repo by Sunday March 14th at 6:00
If you can't have it pushed by then but want to be included, please contact
On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 2:59 PM Kendall Nelson <kennelson11 at gmail.com>
> Hello Everyone!
> It's time to start thinking about calling out 'cycle-highlights' in your
> deliverables! I have no idea how we are here AGAIN ALREADY, alas, here we
> As PTLs, you probably get many pings towards the end of every release
> cycle by various parties (marketing, management, journalists, etc) asking
> for highlights of what is new and what significant changes are coming in
> the new release. By putting them all in the same place it makes them easy
> to reference because they get compiled into a pretty website like this from
> the last few releases: Stein, Train.
> We don't need a fully fledged marketing message, just a few highlights
> (3-4 ideally), from each project team. Looking through your release notes
> might be a good place to start.
> *The deadline for cycle highlights is the end of the R-5 week  (next
> week) on March 12th.*
> How To Reminder:
> Simply add them to the deliverables/$RELEASE/$PROJECT.yaml in the
> openstack/releases repo like this:
> - Introduced new service to use unused host to mine bitcoin.
> The formatting options for this tag are the same as what you are probably
> used to with Reno release notes.
> Also, you can check on the formatting of the output by either running
> tox -e docs
> And then checking the resulting doc/build/html/$RELEASE/highlights.html
> file or the output of the build-openstack-sphinx-docs job under
> Feel free to add me as a reviewer on your patches.
> Can't wait to see you all have accomplished this release!
> Thanks :)
> -Kendall Nelson (diablo_rojo)
>  https://releases.openstack.org/stein/highlights.html
>  https://releases.openstack.org/train/highlights.html
>  htt
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