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[PTG][interviews] We Want To Talk With YOU!


Hi,

On Wed, Oct 30, 2019 at 09:33:17AM +0100, Rain Leander wrote:
> I am attending OIS and PTG and will conduct interviews on Friday 08
> November in room Liberty. If you're keen and able, I'd love to talk with
> you. [0]
> 
> These interviews have several purposes. Please consider all of the
> following when thinking about what you might want to say in your interview:
> 
> * Tell the users/customers/press what you've been working on in Rocky
> * Give them some idea of what's (what might be?) coming in Stein

I think that those versions above are here just by mistake and it should be
Train and Ussuri now, right? :)

> * Put a human face on the OpenStack project and encourage new participants
> to join us
> * You're welcome to promote your company's involvement in OpenStack but we
> ask that you avoid any kind of product pitches or job recruitment
> 
> In the interview I'll ask some leading questions and it'll go easier if
> you've given some thought to them ahead of time:
> 
> * Who are you? (Your name, your employer, and the project(s) on which you
> are active.)
> * What did you accomplish in Rocky? (Focus on the 2-3 things that will be
> most interesting to cloud operators)
> * What do you expect to be the focus in Stein? (At the time of your
> interview, it's likely that the meetings will not yet have decided anything
> firm. That's ok.)
> * Anything further about the project(s) you work on or the OpenStack
> community in general.
> 
> Finally, note that there are only 33 interview slots available, so please
> consider coordinating with your project to designate the people that you
> want to represent the project, so that we don't end up with 12 interview
> about Neutron, or whatever. It's fine to have multiple people in one
> interview - Maximum 3, probably.
> 
> Interview slots are 30 minutes, in which time we hope to capture somewhere
> between 10 and 20 minutes of content. It's fine to run shorter, but 15
> minutes is probably an ideal length.
> 
> [0]
> https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1XwRC_nHm2hZs37Hlrb5fUl4zGtOGgekj1oHaGn3TBxA/edit?usp=sharing
> 
> -- 
> K Rain Leander
> OpenStack Community Liaison
> Open Source Program Office
> https://www.rdoproject.org/
> http://community.redhat.com

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Slawek Kaplonski
Senior software engineer
Red Hat