[PTLs][release] Wallaby Cycle Highlights

Herve Beraud hberaud at redhat.com
Mon Mar 15 09:09:56 UTC 2021

Hello Kendall,

I assigned the topic `wallaby-cycle-highlights` to all highlights not yet
merged. Let me know if it's not too late for those and if you want to
continue with them.



Le ven. 12 mars 2021 à 20:08, Kendall Nelson <kennelson11 at gmail.com> a
écrit :

> Hello All!
> 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
> UTC.
> If you can't have it pushed by then but want to be included, please
> contact me directly.
> Thanks!
> -Kendall (diablo_rojo)
> On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 2:59 PM Kendall Nelson <kennelson11 at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> 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
>> be.
>> 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[1], Train[2].
>> 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 [3] (next
>> week) on March 12th.*
>> How To Reminder:
>> -------------------------
>> Simply add them to the deliverables/$RELEASE/$PROJECT.yaml in the
>> openstack/releases repo like this:
>>    cycle-highlights:
>>      - 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
>> locally:
>>    tox -e docs
>> And then checking the resulting doc/build/html/$RELEASE/highlights.html
>> file or the output of the build-openstack-sphinx-docs job under
>> html/$RELEASE/highlights.html.
>> 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)
>> [1] https://releases.openstack.org/stein/highlights.html
>> [2] https://releases.openstack.org/train/highlights.html
>> [3] htt
>> <https://releases.openstack.org/train/schedule.html#t-cycle-highlights>
>> https://releases.openstack.org/wallaby/schedule.html
>> <https://releases.openstack.org/ussuri/schedule.html>

Hervé Beraud
Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat
irc: hberaud

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