One take away from the OpenStack operators meetup in philly this week was
the need to refresh some of the operator guides, the security guide, and
potentially put together a packaging ( deployment ) guide. I am not part
of the OpenStack documentation team, but I know they could use some help
from our side. So if we have the heads we need to get this done, I'll
reach out to them and figure out what they want us to do in terms of the
task standard and condition for documentation updates.
I figure what we want to do is get a few volunteers for each. Pick a day,
and get on a hangout, skype, webex what have you and pound out some updates
/ drafts. Alternatively we can meet somewhere geographically and spend a
day or two focused on this.
It is my opinion that the summit will be too jam packed with work for us to
spend time working on documentation. I am in NYC and can host a
documentation sprint here. Or we can figure out some other place. Though,
honestly we can probably do this on webex.
So this email is basically a call to arms. We need some folks to be
willing to sign up to help fix / update some documentation. Are you
If so email respond or respond direct to me. I'll get a list of volunteers
going. We can go from there. Or someone else can totally run this instead
of me if they feel they can do a better job ( they probably can =P ).
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