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[nova][ptg] Virtual PTG



On Thu, Oct 24, 2019 at 17:28, Eric Fried <openstack at fried.cc> wrote:
> Hello nova contributors and other stakeholders.
> 
> As you are aware, nova maintainers will be sparser than usual at the
> ussuri PTG. For that reason, and also because it promotes better
> inclusion anyway, I'd like us to do the majority of decision making 
> via
> the mailing list. The PTG is still a useful place to talk through 
> design
> ideas, but this will give those not attending a voice in the final
> direction.
> 
> To that end, I call your attention to the etherpad [1]. As usual, list
> your topics there. And if your topic is something for which you only
> need (or wish to start with) in-person discussions (e.g. "I'd like to 
> do
> $thing but could use some help figuring out $how"), you're done.
> 
> But if what you're shooting for is discussion leading to some kind of
> decision, like...
> 
> - My spec has been stalled because we can't decide among N different
> approaches; we need to reach a consensus.
> - My feature is really important; can we please prioritize it for 
> ussuri?
> 
> ...then in addition to putting your topic on the etherpad, please
> initiate a (separate) thread on this mailing list, including 
> [nova][ptg]
> in your subject line.
> 
> Some of these topics may be resolved before the PTG itself. Others may
> be discussed in Shanghai. However, even if a consensus is reached in
> person, expect that decision to be tentative pending closure of the ML
> thread.

Now as the PTG is over (for nova at least as we finished a bit earlier) 
Sylvain and me will start sending out summary mails about the topics we 
discussed to create a place to further discuss the topics with the rest 
of the nova team. The etherpad[1] contains most of the agreements we 
reached during the discussions but of course none of them are final as 
we did not have a core quorum on the PTG.

Thanks for everyone who contributed in any way to the PTG discussions!

Cheers,
gibi

> 
> Thanks,
> efried
> 
> [1] https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/nova-shanghai-ptg
>