[Containers SIG][tc]Is any one interested on Containers SIG? Or should we retire Containers SIG?
ricolin at ricolky.com
Mon Mar 29 04:01:31 UTC 2021
To whom might care,
We officially retired Containers SIG now .
If you hope to restart this SIG or related effort, it's possible to resume
have a new pop-up team (as Jeremy mentioned), or other possible formats you
think it might be.
Feel free to contact me or any TC members if you need help on these matters.
On Thu, Mar 25, 2021 at 9:56 PM Jeremy Stanley <fungi at yuggoth.org> wrote:
> On 2021-03-25 21:28:29 +0800 (+0800), Rico Lin wrote:
> > IMO, The goal from Containers SIG definitely provide great value
> > to Openstack community because we didn't have much work on
> > checking whether we reach great container support or not. Hance
> > don't really wish it got archived and retired. Still if no one
> > interested enough and have time to join and chair the SIG, we have
> > no option but to move it to retired state ("archived").
> If there's a set goal for the group, and you can define what you
> think the end state would be like for "great container support" in
> OpenStack, then this may be better suited as a pop-up team (that
> model didn't actually exist when this SIG was originally created).
> Still, if there's nobody interested in working toward that goal, I
> agree there's not much point in keeping the group defined either as
> a SIG or pop-up.
> Jeremy Stanley
OIF Board director, OpenSack TC, Multi-arch SIG chair, Heat PTL,
Senior Software Engineer at EasyStack
*Email: ricolin at ricolky.com <ricolin at ricolky.com>*
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