[publiccloud-sig] A new start for Public Cloud SIG

Tobias Rydberg tobias.rydberg at cleura.com
Thu Jul 7 07:54:06 UTC 2022

Hi everyone,

In Berlin it became clear that there is a big interest in restarting the 
Public Cloud SIG. Thank you all for your contributions in that forum 
session [0] and the interest in participating in the work of this SIG.

A lot of good ideas of what we should focus on was identified, with a 
clear focus of interoperability and standardization, to make the 
experience of using OpenStack as an end-user even better. 
Standardization of images and flavors  - naming, metadata etc - being 
one of them, working closely with InterOp WG regarding the checks and 
governance of the OpenStack Powered Program another. The ultimate goal 
could be to reach a state where it is possible to start to federate 
between the public clouds, but for that to be possible on a more global 
scale we need to start with aligning the simple things.

To kick this off, we will start with bi-weekly IRC meetings again, shape 
the goals kick of some work towards identified goals. Since we have an 
IRC channel (#openstck-publiccloud) my suggestion is that we will start 
there. Let's decide on suggestions for day and time for our bi-weekly 
meetings during the kick off meeting.

Kick off meeting
When: Wednesday 10th of August at 1400 UTC
Where: IRC in channel #openstack-publiccloud

I created an etherpad for our first meeting [1], feel free to add items 
to the agenda or other suggestions on goals etc that you might have 
prior to the meeting.

Hope to see at IRC in August!

[0] https://etherpad.opendev.org/p/berlin-summit-future-public-cloud-sig
[1] https://etherpad.opendev.org/p/publiccloud-sig-kickoff

Tobias Rydberg

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