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[openstack-dev] Election tools work session in Tokyo

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Hi All,
As most of you will have seen we used a gerrit based workflow for this PTL
election (and will use the same system for the upcoming TC election).

As a trial it went well, Tristan and I wrote a few tools to help the process
along. However I'd like to take advantage of a work session in Tokyo to get a
few interested parties together to enhance the system before the N release.

To be fair, not of this requires people to be in a room together but the
momentum would be helpful.

What is the process for requesting a room?

Once we have a room it'd be good to work through what we want the 'N' election
season to work like so that we can start implementing that.

Thoughts?

Yours Tony.


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asked Sep 23, 2015 in openstack-dev by Tony_Breeds (19,660 points)   3 6 11

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Tony Breeds wrote:
Hi All,
As most of you will have seen we used a gerrit based workflow for this PTL
election (and will use the same system for the upcoming TC election).

As a trial it went well, Tristan and I wrote a few tools to help the process
along. However I'd like to take advantage of a work session in Tokyo to get a
few interested parties together to enhance the system before the N release.

To be fair, not of this requires people to be in a room together but the
momentum would be helpful.

What is the process for requesting a room?

Once we have a room it'd be good to work through what we want the 'N' election
season to work like so that we can start implementing that.

Thoughts?

This is a bit cross-project, so the natural fit would be a cross-project
workshop, which you can suggest at http://odsreg.openstack.org (see
Flavio's recent email on that). It's a bit specific though, so I'm not
sure it will be approved for a full session.

Alternatively that could fit in a infra work session, you may want to
suggest it there (not sure if they have opened an etherpad for session
suggestion yet).

Otherwise we could also discuss it as part of the Infra/QA/RelMgt
contributors meetup on Friday.

--
Thierry Carrez (ttx)


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responded Sep 23, 2015 by Thierry_Carrez (57,480 points)   3 8 13
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On 2015-09-23 11:41:24 +0200 (+0200), Thierry Carrez wrote:
[...]
This is a bit cross-project, so the natural fit would be a
cross-project workshop [...] Alternatively that could fit in a
infra work session, you may want to suggest it there

Yep, I agree both are a possible fit. Cross-project tooling is
basically another term for our community infrastructure, after all.

(not sure if they have opened an etherpad for session suggestion
yet).
[...]

Not yet. Don't hate me, but I was hoping odsreg would be useful for
this. ;)

If you want to stick with only using odsreg for the cross-project
session proposals, Infra can just start ours straight from an
etherpad. We don't usually get more than a dozen sessions proposed,
but because of the wide-reaching impact of our work throughout the
project we do tend to get at least a few from outside our immediate
team.
--
Jeremy Stanley


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responded Sep 23, 2015 by Jeremy_Stanley (56,700 points)   3 5 7
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