[Openstack-operators] [openstack-dev] [puppet] Austin Design Summit space needs

Matt Fischer matt at mattfischer.com
Wed Feb 24 19:23:02 UTC 2016

On Wed, Feb 24, 2016 at 8:30 AM, Emilien Macchi <emilien at redhat.com> wrote:

> Puppet OpenStack folks,
> As usual, Thierry Carrez sent an e-mail to PTLs about space needs for
> the next OpenStack Summit in Austin.
> We can have 3 kinds of slots:
> * Fishbowl slots (Wed-Thu) - we had 2 in Tokyo.
> Our traditional largish rooms organized in fishbowl style, with
> advertised session content on the summit schedule for increased external
> participation. Ideal for when wider feedback is essential.
> * Workroom slots (Tue-Thu) - we had 3 in Tokyo.
> Smaller rooms organized in boardroom style, with topic buried in the
> session description, in an effort to limit attendance and not overcrowd
> the room. Ideal to get work done and prioritize work in small teams.
> * Contributors meetup (Fri) - we had 0 in Tokyo.
> Half-day session(s) on the Friday to get into the Newton action while
> decisions and plans are still hot, or to finish discussions started
> during the week, whatever works for you.
> I suggest we keep the same model as Tokyo, I think it worked pretty well
> for us.
> Though I'm wondering if we should also ask for a contributors meetup?
> Do we really need that?
> Any feedback from developers and operators are highly welcome.

I think what we had in Tokyo worked pretty well for the workroom's I
attended. I don't recall however if we did a general feedback issues
session in a larger room? Chris or Colleen used to lead these back in
ATL/Paris days. With some of the questions on the ML recently seems like it
would be interesting to find out what issues people are having outside of
the usual operators. Perhaps that's one of the fishbowls?
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