Weekly QA Team meeting
The OpenStack Quality Assurance (QA) team Develop, maintain, and initiate tools and plans to ensure the upstream stability and quality of OpenStack, and its release readiness at any point during the release cycle.
The OpenStack Quality Assurance (QA) team holds public weekly Office hours:
- Time: Thursday every week at 09:00 UTC and 17:00 UTC.
Everyone interested in testing, quality assurance, performance engineering, etc, should attend! The meeting minutes of previous meetings can be found here: meeting minutes on eavesdrop
Rules for adding to the agenda:
- anyone is free to add to proposed agenda, please do so by 1 hr before the Office hours
- if you add an item to the agenda, please include your ircnick (i.e. sdague) to the end of your item, so we know who did, and who should lead the discussion
Tips to Chair the Office hours:
- Start this meeting using: #startmeeting qa
- If nothing much to discuss then we can always finish Office hours any time before 1 hour.
- Announcement and Priority Items progress (first 2 items of Agenda) can be skipped and need not to be tracked every week.
Agenda for next Office hours
PING LIST- gmann, andreaf, masayukig, chandankumar, felipemonteiro, frickler, mbindlish
- Announcement and Action Item (Optional)
- Stein Priority Items progress
- OpenStack Events Updates and Planning
- <This includes the OpenStack Summit and PTG updates and planning>
- COMPLETED: Denver PTG
- Next: Berlin Summit
- Forum Sessions Brainstorming
- Sub Teams highlights (Sub Teams means individual projects under QA program)
- Initial implementation for multi-policy support: https://review.openstack.org/#/c/554764/
- Once merged, need to create etherpad to track multiple policy changes
- Any other (active sub team will add their status reporting here)
- Bug Triage
- Open Discussion
- [everyone feel free to add their topics under Open Discussion prior to the Office hours with your irc nickname]
- This bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/tempest/+bug/1783369 is not seen with Swift but affects testing Ceph RGW; anybody willing to look into it? [gfidente]
- Critical Reviews