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Hi everyone,

Thank you for the many excellent topics submitted for our first Forum.
We have updated the topic submission site with the status of each -
please check yours.

Please also find attached in PDF the proposed schedule for the Forum in
Boston.

Let us know if you see major issues with it. As Thierry said in design
summits past; "It's difficult to make too many changes at this stage as
they quickly cascade into breaking all sorts of constraints, but we may
still be able to accommodate some." :)

Eagle-eyed readers will see that there are a number of slots in gray (on
Thursday afternoon). These are being deliberately kept aside for the
usual few critical topics that come up in the next few weeks and also
for the discoveries we make in the first 3 days of the summit.

We'll soon publish the Forum sessions on the main schedule, using the
title, abstracts and moderators you submitted, but look forward to your
feedback in the mean-time!

Thank you all very much for making our first Forum a success.

Regards,

Doug, Emilien, Melvin, Mike, Shamail & Tom
Forum Scheduling Committee


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asked Apr 10, 2017 in openstack-dev by Tom_Fifield (13,880 points)   2 3 4

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On 10/04/17 17:35 +0800, Tom Fifield wrote:
Hi everyone,

Thank you for the many excellent topics submitted for our first Forum.
We have updated the topic submission site with the status of each -
please check yours.

Please also find attached in PDF the proposed schedule for the Forum
in Boston.

Let us know if you see major issues with it. As Thierry said in design
summits past; "It's difficult to make too many changes at this stage
as they quickly cascade into breaking all sorts of constraints, but we
may still be able to accommodate some." :)

Eagle-eyed readers will see that there are a number of slots in gray
(on Thursday afternoon). These are being deliberately kept aside for
the usual few critical topics that come up in the next few weeks and
also for the discoveries we make in the first 3 days of the summit.

We'll soon publish the Forum sessions on the main schedule, using the
title, abstracts and moderators you submitted, but look forward to
your feedback in the mean-time!

Thank you all very much for making our first Forum a success.

Hey Folks,

Thanks for working on this.

The topic "Future of configuration management tools" seems to have been
scheduled twice. Is that expected or a mistake? In the schedule it's not
explicit whether it's a 2 parts topic or not.

Cheers,
Flavio

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responded Apr 10, 2017 by Flavio_Percoco (36,960 points)   3 7 11
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Are the three rooms roughly the same size?

On Mon, Apr 10, 2017 at 3:35 AM, Tom Fifield tom@openstack.org wrote:

Hi everyone,

Thank you for the many excellent topics submitted for our first Forum. We
have updated the topic submission site with the status of each - please
check yours.

Please also find attached in PDF the proposed schedule for the Forum in
Boston.

Let us know if you see major issues with it. As Thierry said in design
summits past; "It's difficult to make too many changes at this stage as
they quickly cascade into breaking all sorts of constraints, but we may
still be able to accommodate some." :)

Eagle-eyed readers will see that there are a number of slots in gray (on
Thursday afternoon). These are being deliberately kept aside for the usual
few critical topics that come up in the next few weeks and also for the
discoveries we make in the first 3 days of the summit.

We'll soon publish the Forum sessions on the main schedule, using the
title, abstracts and moderators you submitted, but look forward to your
feedback in the mean-time!

Thank you all very much for making our first Forum a success.

Regards,

Doug, Emilien, Melvin, Mike, Shamail & Tom
Forum Scheduling Committee


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responded Apr 10, 2017 by David_Medberry (8,000 points)   1 4 5
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David Medberry wrote:
Are the three rooms roughly the same size?

102 and 103 are slightly larger than 104.
Cheers,

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responded Apr 10, 2017 by Thierry_Carrez (57,480 points)   3 8 13
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On Mon, Apr 10, 2017 at 7:31 AM, Flavio Percoco flavio@redhat.com wrote:
On 10/04/17 17:35 +0800, Tom Fifield wrote:

Hi everyone,

Thank you for the many excellent topics submitted for our first Forum. We
have updated the topic submission site with the status of each - please
check yours.

Please also find attached in PDF the proposed schedule for the Forum in
Boston.

Let us know if you see major issues with it. As Thierry said in design
summits past; "It's difficult to make too many changes at this stage as they
quickly cascade into breaking all sorts of constraints, but we may still be
able to accommodate some." :)

Eagle-eyed readers will see that there are a number of slots in gray (on
Thursday afternoon). These are being deliberately kept aside for the usual
few critical topics that come up in the next few weeks and also for the
discoveries we make in the first 3 days of the summit.

We'll soon publish the Forum sessions on the main schedule, using the
title, abstracts and moderators you submitted, but look forward to your
feedback in the mean-time!

Thank you all very much for making our first Forum a success.

Hey Folks,

Thanks for working on this.

The topic "Future of configuration management tools" seems to have been
scheduled twice. Is that expected or a mistake? In the schedule it's not
explicit whether it's a 2 parts topic or not.

Good point. I think 1 session to keep is enough and I checked both
slots, we can pick one of those, I don't see much conflict that would
prevent folks to have to make an hard choice.

Tom, any chance to remove the second slot please?

Thanks!

Cheers,
Flavio

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responded Apr 10, 2017 by emilien_at_redhat.co (36,940 points)   2 6 9
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On 10/04/17 22:19, Emilien Macchi wrote:
On Mon, Apr 10, 2017 at 7:31 AM, Flavio Percoco flavio@redhat.com wrote:

On 10/04/17 17:35 +0800, Tom Fifield wrote:

Hi everyone,

Thank you for the many excellent topics submitted for our first Forum. We
have updated the topic submission site with the status of each - please
check yours.

Please also find attached in PDF the proposed schedule for the Forum in
Boston.

Let us know if you see major issues with it. As Thierry said in design
summits past; "It's difficult to make too many changes at this stage as they
quickly cascade into breaking all sorts of constraints, but we may still be
able to accommodate some." :)

Eagle-eyed readers will see that there are a number of slots in gray (on
Thursday afternoon). These are being deliberately kept aside for the usual
few critical topics that come up in the next few weeks and also for the
discoveries we make in the first 3 days of the summit.

We'll soon publish the Forum sessions on the main schedule, using the
title, abstracts and moderators you submitted, but look forward to your
feedback in the mean-time!

Thank you all very much for making our first Forum a success.

Hey Folks,

Thanks for working on this.

The topic "Future of configuration management tools" seems to have been
scheduled twice. Is that expected or a mistake? In the schedule it's not
explicit whether it's a 2 parts topic or not.

Good point. I think 1 session to keep is enough and I checked both
slots, we can pick one of those, I don't see much conflict that would
prevent folks to have to make an hard choice.

Tom, any chance to remove the second slot please?

Yup, this was a mistake, sorry!


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responded Apr 10, 2017 by Tom_Fifield (13,880 points)   2 3 4
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On 4/10/2017 4:35 AM, Tom Fifield wrote:
Hi everyone,

Thank you for the many excellent topics submitted for our first Forum.
We have updated the topic submission site with the status of each -
please check yours.

Please also find attached in PDF the proposed schedule for the Forum in
Boston.

Let us know if you see major issues with it. As Thierry said in design
summits past; "It's difficult to make too many changes at this stage as
they quickly cascade into breaking all sorts of constraints, but we may
still be able to accommodate some." :)

Eagle-eyed readers will see that there are a number of slots in gray (on
Thursday afternoon). These are being deliberately kept aside for the
usual few critical topics that come up in the next few weeks and also
for the discoveries we make in the first 3 days of the summit.

We'll soon publish the Forum sessions on the main schedule, using the
title, abstracts and moderators you submitted, but look forward to your
feedback in the mean-time!

Thank you all very much for making our first Forum a success.

Regards,

Doug, Emilien, Melvin, Mike, Shamail & Tom
Forum Scheduling Committee


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There are some forum topic sessions still marked as Incomplete, like in
some cases asking for a rewrite of the abstract. Assuming people
addressed the comments associated with the Incomplete status, when is
the next round of reviews on those proposed sessions to see if they are
going to be accepted now?

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Thanks,

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responded Apr 10, 2017 by mriedemos_at_gmail.c (15,720 points)   2 4 9
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Looks like " Swift cluster level metrics and analytics" is also scheduled
twice.

Thiago

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On Mon, Apr 10, 2017 at 11:03 AM, Tom Fifield tom@openstack.org wrote:

On 10/04/17 22:19, Emilien Macchi wrote:

On Mon, Apr 10, 2017 at 7:31 AM, Flavio Percoco flavio@redhat.com
wrote:

On 10/04/17 17:35 +0800, Tom Fifield wrote:

Hi everyone,

Thank you for the many excellent topics submitted for our first Forum.
We
have updated the topic submission site with the status of each - please
check yours.

Please also find attached in PDF the proposed schedule for the Forum in
Boston.

Let us know if you see major issues with it. As Thierry said in design
summits past; "It's difficult to make too many changes at this stage as
they
quickly cascade into breaking all sorts of constraints, but we may
still be
able to accommodate some." :)

Eagle-eyed readers will see that there are a number of slots in gray (on
Thursday afternoon). These are being deliberately kept aside for the
usual
few critical topics that come up in the next few weeks and also for the
discoveries we make in the first 3 days of the summit.

We'll soon publish the Forum sessions on the main schedule, using the
title, abstracts and moderators you submitted, but look forward to your
feedback in the mean-time!

Thank you all very much for making our first Forum a success.

Hey Folks,

Thanks for working on this.

The topic "Future of configuration management tools" seems to have been
scheduled twice. Is that expected or a mistake? In the schedule it's not
explicit whether it's a 2 parts topic or not.

Good point. I think 1 session to keep is enough and I checked both
slots, we can pick one of those, I don't see much conflict that would
prevent folks to have to make an hard choice.

Tom, any chance to remove the second slot please?

Yup, this was a mistake, sorry!


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responded Apr 10, 2017 by Thiago_da_Silva (380 points)  
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Hi,

The scheduled time for the Vitrage forum session is highly inconvenient, as it starts immediately after another Vitrage session. Is it possible to reschedule? Seems like Wednesday 15:30-16:10 is available – can we take it instead?

Thanks,
Ifat.

On 10/04/2017, 12:35, "Tom Fifield" tom@openstack.org wrote:

Hi everyone,

Thank you for the many excellent topics submitted for our first Forum. 
We have updated the topic submission site with the status of each - 
please check yours.

Please also find attached in PDF the proposed schedule for the Forum in 
Boston.

Let us know if you see major issues with it. As Thierry said in design 
summits past; "It's difficult to make too many changes at this stage as 
they quickly cascade into breaking all sorts of constraints, but we may 
still be able to accommodate some." :)

Eagle-eyed readers will see that there are a number of slots in gray (on 
Thursday afternoon). These are being deliberately kept aside for the 
usual few critical topics that come up in the next few weeks and also 
for the discoveries we make in the first 3 days of the summit.

We'll soon publish the Forum sessions on the main schedule, using the 
title, abstracts and moderators you submitted, but look forward to your 
feedback in the mean-time!

Thank you all very much for making our first Forum a success.

Regards,

Doug, Emilien, Melvin, Mike, Shamail & Tom
Forum Scheduling Committee


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responded Apr 12, 2017 by ifat.afek_at_nokia.c (5,680 points)   2 2 3
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