Many of our cross-project teams need focused help for communicating with the other project teams. This page lists the people who have volunteered for that work.
There are now more projects consuming code from the Oslo incubator than we have Oslo contributors. That means we are going to need your help to make these migrations happen. We are asking for one person from each project to serve as a liaison between the project and Oslo, and to assist with integrating changes as we move code out of the incubator into libraries.
- The liaison should be a core reviewer for the project, but does not need to be the PTL.
- The liaison should be prepared to assist with writing and reviewing patches in their project as libraries are adopted, and with discussions of API changes to the libraries to make them easier to use within the project.
- Liaisons should pay attention to [Oslo] tagged messages on the openstack-dev mailing list.
- It is also useful for liaisons to be able to attend the Oslo team meeting (Meetings/Oslo) to participate in discussions and raise issues for real-time discussion.
|Neutron||Ihar Hrachyshka (not a core!)||ihrachyshka|
There are now more projects that are being tested by Tempest, and Grenade or a part deployable by Devstack than we have QA contributors. That means we are going to need your help to keep on top of everything. We are asking for one person from each project to serve as a liaison between the project and QA, and to assist with integrating changes as we move forward.
The liaison should be a core reviewer for the project, but does not need to be the PTL. The liaison should be prepared to assist with writing and reviewing patches that interact with their project, and with discussions of changes to the QA projects to make them easier to use within the project.
|Nova||Joe Gordon or Michael Still||Jog0 or mikal|
|Swift||Atul Jha or Chuck Thier||koolhead or creight|