[Openstack-operators] [nfv-telecom] Suspending meetings while we consider moving to being a sub group in LCOO
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Thu Aug 17 01:25:13 UTC 2017
On Wed, Aug 16, 2017 at 12:03 AM, Jay Pipes <jaypipes at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Curtis, Andrew U, Jamie M,
> May I request that if the telco working group merges with the LCOO, that we
> get regular updates to the openstack[-operator|-dev] mailing list with
> information about the goings-on of LCOO? Would be good to get a bi-weekly or
> even monthly summary.
> Other working groups host their meetings on IRC and publish status reports
> to the mailing lists fairly regularly. I personally find this information
> quite useful and would be great to see a similar effort from LCOO.
If we do merge I will see what I can do. :)
> All the best,
> On 08/15/2017 11:49 AM, Curtis wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> We've been having NFV-Telecom meetings for OpenStack Operators for a
>> while now, but never quite reached a tipping point in terms of
>> attendance to "get things done" so to speak.
>> The point of the group had been to find OpenStack Operators who are
>> tasked with designing/operating NFV deployments and help them, but
>> were never really able to surface enough of us to move forward. I want
>> to be super clear that this group was for OpenStack Operators, and
>> isn't a comment on any other NFV related groups in and around
>> OpenStack...simply just people like me who deploy NFV clouds based on
>> We are currently considering moving to be a subgroup in LCOO, but
>> that's just one idea. In the future, if we can surface more OpenStack
>> Operators doing NFV work maybe we revisit.
>> If anyone has strong feelings around this, please do reply and let me
>> know of any ideas/comments/criticism, otherwise we'll probably move to
>> discussing with LCOO.
>> Thanks to all those who attended meetings in the past, it's much
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