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Procedure for Creating a New Working Group

  1. Join the user-committee
  2. Fill out a Working Group Template on the OpenStack wiki and send an email to user-committee ML requesting to be included as WG.
  3. User Committee will review the request and will approve it during their bi-weekly meetings
  4. If you don't get a response within 7 days, escalate to tom@openstack.org who will followup on your behalf

Deprecated Table 7/12/2016

This table lists working groups that may no longer exist. Please refer to https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Governance/Foundation/UserCommittee for the latest list of user committee working groups.

Pages describing Working Group or Working Teams Status Co-Chairs User Audience Tag Expected Outcomes
Application Developer Hackathon Working Group #AppDevHack-WG Active Michael Jenkins & Gonzalo De La Torre Application Developers, DevOpps, SysAdmin, UX, Testing, etc. #AppHack-WG To provide advice and guidance for anyone looking to run a cloud application hackathon
Telco Meetings subsumed into Product Working Group and OpenNFV collaboration Steve Gordon (sgordon) Business Manager and Product Managers #Telco-WG Define the use cases and identify and prioritise the requirements which are needed to deploy, manage, and run telecommunication services on top of OpenStack.
Enterprise Working Group Active Yih (Leong) Sun Enterprise Vendors and Customers #Enterprise-WG Action plans to solve Enterprise Private Cloud needs and issues.
Application Ecosystem Working Group Active John Callaghan, Victor Diaz Cloud Applications Developers #AppEco-WG To create an environment where a diverse array of applications built for OpenStack can thrive.
API Working Group Active Jay Pipes, Everett Toews Operators and Application Developers #API-WG To propose, discuss, review, and advocate for API guidelines for all OpenStack Programs to follow.
Fault Genes Working Group #FaultGenes-WG Active Nemat Bidokhti Operators and Application Developers #Fault-WG To create a failure mode taxonomy for Operators and Application Developers. To understand the DNA of failure in OpenStack.
Large Deployment Team Active Matt Van Winkle Operators #Deploy-WG To discuss the needs and issues of those running large OpenStack deployments
Log Rationalisation Active Rochelle Grober, Jay Pipes Operators #Log-WG
AUC Recognition Active Shamail Tahir, Maish Saidel-Keesing Whole of Community #Recognition-WG To assist the User Committee with defining its constituency
Ops Meetups Team Active Tom Fifield Operators #OpsMeet-Team An open team for those who are passionate about ops meetups to discuss and create the next successful events.
Osops (formerly Ops Tools) Active Joseph Bajin Operators #Monitor-WG To discover and detail best practices in ops monitoring and tools, and facilitate tool sharing
Packaging Sporadic Activity None yet Operators #Package-WG To be determined
Product Working Group Active Yih (Leong) Sun, Shamail Tahir Product and Business Managers #Product-WG To aggregate user stories from market-oriented work groups, partner with the development community on resources, and help gather data to generate a multi-release roadmap.
Ops Tags Team Active Tom Fifield, Edgar Magana, Jon Proulx, Shilla Saebi Operators #OpsTags-WG A team to define tags for ops, allowing users to make better decisions by providing useful information about OpenStack software projects.
User Survey Team Active Tom Fifield, Subbu Allamaraju, Jon Proulx, Shilla Saebi, Lauren Sell, Heidi Joy Tretheway Whole of Community #UserSurvey-WG The traditional group of people (user committee+foundation staff) who run the user survey.
Upgrades Working Group Sporadic Activity TBC Operators #Upgrade-WG To ease the pain of OpenStack upgrades.
scientific working group Active Stig Telfer & Blair Blethwaite Scientific Institutions Deploying, Operating and Contributing to OpenStack #Scientific-WG see wiki page
Diversity Working Group Active Carol Barrett, Kavit Munshi, Roland Chan All Community Members #Diversity-WG see wiki page: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Diversity