[Openstack] [User-committee] Boston Forum - Formal Submission Now Open!

Blair Bethwaite blair.bethwaite at gmail.com
Wed Mar 29 06:10:15 UTC 2017

Hi Melvin,

Just to confirm - the Forum will run Monday through Thursday, and
presumably the session scheduling will be flexible to meet the needs of the


On 21 Mar. 2017 6:56 am, "Melvin Hillsman" <mrhillsman at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hey everyone!
> We have made it to the next stage of the topic selection process for the
> Forum in Boston.
> Starting today, our submission tool is open for you to submit abstracts
> for the most popular sessions that came out of your brainstorming. *Please
> note that the etherpads are not being pulled into the submission tool and
> discussion around which sessions to submit are encouraged.*
> We are asking all session leaders to submit their abstracts at:
> http://forumtopics.openstack.org/
> *before 11:59PM UTC on Sunday April 2nd!*
> We are looking for a good mix of project-specific, cross-project or
> strategic/whole-of-community discussions, and *sessions that emphasize
> collaboration between users and developers are most welcome!*
> We assume that anything submitted to the system has achieved a good amount
> of discussion and consensus that it is a worthwhile topic. After
> submissions close, a team of representatives from the User Committee, the
> Technical Committee, and Foundation staff will take the sessions proposed
> by the community and fill out the schedule.
> You can expect the draft schedule to be released on April 10th.
> Further details about the Forum can be found at: https://wiki.openstack.
> org/wiki/Forum
> Regards,
> OpenStack User Committee
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