Weekly Ironic Project Team Meeting
If you're interested in bare metal deployments within OpenStack, please join our weekly discussion about the Ironic project! Meetings are held in the
#openstack-meeting-3 room on
irc.freenode.net, and are chaired by Devananda or Chris Krelle (NobodyCam).
The Meeting time alternates between 1700 UTC on Monday and 0500 UTC on Tuesday, to accommodate contributors from around the world.
NOTE: Meeting time is UTC based and may need to be adjusted based on local time zone changes, eg. as a result of daylight savings, which changes on different days in different countries.
A Google Calendar for the meeting is here: Google Calendar
Anyone is welcome to add topics to the agenda. However, topics should be posted at least two (2) days before the meeting, and should include the IRC handle of the proposer and a link to further information. This gives everyone time to review any material ahead of time so we can use the meeting time for actual discussion.
- Example topic: (devananda) Let's talk about zebras. Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zebra
The next meeting is scheduled for May 12th, 2015 at 0500 UTC (http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?iso=20150512T0500).
Agenda for next meeting
- Announcements / Reminders
- if attending the Vancouver summit, Would you like to have a Ironic gathering (Dinner, Drinks, Both)? If So when is a good time? (see "IRONC DINNER" section of https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/liberty-ironic-design-summit-ideas)
- Review subteam status reports (capped at ten minutes)
- Summit planning etherpad
- Large number of ironic driver bugs in nova (Do we need a liaison to keep an eye on the Nova bugs associated with Ironic?) http://lists.openstack.org/pipermail/openstack-dev/2015-May/063365.html
- stable/kilo for python-ironicclient:
- [rloo] Nobodycam, am adding this here, feel free to move to Open Discussion or remove all together. I won't be at the meeting but wanted to bring this up somewhere before I forgot.
- The purpose of the stable/kilo branch on the client is to lock down dependencies for CI testing of the stable/kilo branch of the server - not limit functionality. It's not a separate release that we expect users to consume. [rloo, please verify if this is true]
- there have been a few patches for stable/kilo, maybe we should do a release of python-ironicclient so users can get the fixes:
- Open Discussion