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Weekly Trove Team Meeting
We have weekly team meetings on Wednesdays at 18:00 UTC in #openstack-meeting-alt
Want to add an agenda item? Please append your item to the upcoming weekly agenda while keeping in mind:
Guidelines for Writing Clear Agenda Items
An agenda item should have a clearly defined objective.
- [owner/author/interested-party] Good: Review #xxxxx has comments on foobar.py from multiple folks and there seems to be a lack of consensus on how to solve problem ‘y’. Let’s quickly rehash the merits of both approaches in 2-5 minutes and call for a vote. Goal: choose an approach and move forward on implementation.
- Bad: Discuss blueprint ‘xyz’
- Bad: Revisit blueprint ‘abc’ that we talked about last week to get answers on remaining disagreements.
When referring to previous conversations or competing viewpoints, be sure to summarize them.
Please make sure to include your own name in the first line of the agenda item, or the name of the person who will be presenting the subject/leading the discussion.
Trove Meeting, Feb 23, 2016
- [cp16net] Trove pulse update
- Health check on outstanding blueprints and features for Mitaka
- Open Discussion
- [abramley] Recently all of the trove horizon code was moved into a separate plugin - trove-dashboard. Who in the community is responsible for creating ubuntu, rhel etc packages for this trove-dashboard plugin and ensuring that it installs and plugs into horizon on the various platforms?
Running The Meeting
- To start the meeting, use
- Then, publish the link to the agenda for the meeting (this page).
#topicto mark each topic change.
- You can find the near-full list of Meetbot commands here. Instructions for voting (which can be useful for a quick show of hands) live here.
- During the meeting, don't forget to liberally use
#linkto make sure the critical discussion points will be highlighted in the meeting log. Attendees can use these Meetbot keywords as well.
- To end the meeting, use