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== Next meeting ==
== Next meeting ==
* Wed Nov 20th at 2100 UTC
* Thu Nov 28th at 1500 UTC
=== Agenda ===
=== Agenda ===
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* icehouse-1 status
* icehouse-1 status
* progress on writing up blueprints for icehouse
* progress on writing up blueprints for icehouse
* follow-up on tempest / integration tests discussion 
* what's a resource? -- gordc
** in Samples, user and project attributes are pretty self-explanatory and map to keystone concepts pretty well but what about resource_id
** stems from this: https://review.openstack.org/#/c/56019
* Release python-ceilometerclient?
* Release python-ceilometerclient?
* Open discussion
* Open discussion
=== Apologies for absence ===
=== Apologies for absence ===
* jd will be absent on the 20th November
== Previous meetings ==
== Previous meetings ==

Revision as of 17:32, 21 November 2013

Weekly Metering meeting

The ceilometer metering project team holds a meeting in #openstack-meeting:

ICAL link for the meeting schedule

HTML view of schedule in UTC

Everyone is welcome.

The blueprints that are used as a basis for the ceilometer project can be found at https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ceilometer

Next meeting

  • Thu Nov 28th at 1500 UTC


Please add your name with the agenda item, so we know who to call on during the meeting.

  • icehouse-1 status
  • progress on writing up blueprints for icehouse
  • Release python-ceilometerclient?
  • Open discussion

Apologies for absence

Previous meetings

Older meetings

These meetings weren't sorted as "ceilometer" ones, so here's the direct links:

Meeting organizers

  • Publish the agenda 24h in advance
  • Mail the agenda to the list and invite participants
  • Ask each person responsible for an action from the previous meeting to prepare a line of the form, for each action item: . #info nickname description of the action link to the diff / mailing list thread etc. describing the implementation of the action
  • Use http://meetbot.debian.net/Manual.html to get an automatic summary
  • Prepare an outline for the meeting to speed things up
#startmeeting ceilometer
#topic some action from previous meeting
#topic something interesting
#topic Open discussion
  • Update == Agenda for next meeting ==
  • Mail the automatic summary as a reply to the invitation