[Openstack-operators] [Product] [nfv][telco][product] Future of telco working group and weekly meeting reminder
sgordon at redhat.com
Wed Nov 18 13:11:22 UTC 2015
----- Original Message -----
> From: "Shamail" <itzshamail at gmail.com>
> To: "Steve Gordon" <sgordon at redhat.com>
> Hi Steve,
> > On Nov 18, 2015, at 6:39 AM, Steve Gordon <sgordon at redhat.com> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > Back in Vancouver  we began discussing the growing overlap between OPNFV
> > requirements projects and the current mission of the telco working group.
> > During this period the product working group, also in part focused on
> > recording and prioritizing user stories, has also been hitting its straps.
> > As we have recently lost a couple of core members of the telco working
> > group particularly on the technical side due to role changes etc. I think
> > it is time to roll its activities into these efforts.
> > With that in mind I would like to propose:
> > * Submitting the existing telcowg-usecases to the openstack-user-stories
> > repository
> > * Engaging within the product working group (assuming they will have us ;))
> > as owners of these user stories
> This is a very similar model to what the enterprise WG did recently as well.
> Please let me know if I can do anything to help with the transition of the
> user stories.
> > There is of course still a need to actually *implement* the requirements
> > exposed by these user stories but I am hopeful that together we can work
> > through a common process for this rather than continuing to attack it
> > separately. I would personally still like to see greater direct engagement
> > from service providers, but it seems like OPNFV and/or the OpenStack User
> > Committee  itself might be the right place for this going forward.
> > I'd like to discuss this proposal further in the weekly meeting. This
> > week's Telco Working Group meeting is scheduled for Wednesday the 18th at
> > 1400 UTC. As always the agenda etherpad is here:
> > https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/nfv-meeting-agenda
> Would it make sense for someone else (besides yourself :)) from the Product
> WG to join this session for Q&A as well?
The more the merrier as they say... ;)
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