[Starlingx-discuss] Community Call (Jan 8, 2020)
sgw at linux.intel.com
Wed Jan 8 23:01:29 UTC 2020
Following up on the CentOS-8 Item, I have created an etherpad for
creating notes about functional areas that need to be tested:
I will send an additional email with this link.
On 1/8/20 8:30 AM, Zvonar, Bill wrote:
> Notes from today's meeting...
> - Test Hack-a-thon - planning for next week
> - per email from Ian: http://lists.starlingx.io/pipermail/starlingx-discuss/2019-December/007353.html
> - communication
> - devote the IRC channel to the hack-a-thon
> - other ideas? open a Zoom channel?
> - generally, how to stay in synch globally so our work doesn't collide
> - consensus seems to be a combination of...
> - IRC: for detailed communication
> - Etherpad: to capture the backlog, work item list
> - Mailing List: daily summary, for all to see, of the progress
> - proposed areas
> - starlingx/config (sysinv)
> - armada application life cycle management (kube_app)
> - api semantic validation (corner cases)
> - host system data generation (puppet/helm)
> - rpc callback interfaces
> - target as many varied system configurations (AIO-SX/DX+, Standard, Storage, IPv4, IPv6, etc)
> - agent auto inventory and host state management ** target conductor logic
> - starlingx/ansible-playbooks
> - fix Ansible lint errors so that it can be fully enabled
> - target as many varied system configurations
> - test non-default configurations
> - backup/restore
> - upgrades
> - next steps
> - create new etherpad for the Hack-a-thon
> - organize it...
> - decompose each item into discrete items that folks can work on
> - make it clear who's working on what
> - also note who is the prime for each area
> - checkpoint on next week's Community call to see how things are going
> - Intel internal changes (brucej)
> - most of the Intel folks have moved to the IOTG group
> - several of them will *not* be moving to IOTG, so will moving away from StarlingX
> - this is effective as of yesterday - sanity will continue for a little while (just the automated stuff)
> - Intel will work on moving the test activity to another group, no definitive timeline for this now
> - AR: Bruce to determine what the timeline is for having the new group in place
> - AR: Ada/Yang to assess the immediate-term impact
> - Reference material for StarlingX flock components (Frank): http://lists.starlingx.io/pipermail/starlingx-discuss/2020-January/007404.html
> - per Bruce, where is the long term home for this content?
> - there's a link to this from the developer resources page on the wiki
> - Yong has shared with the folks in China
> - Kris will potentially look at adding stuff like this in an appropriate place in the docs
> - Mid-Cycle meetup for the community @ Intel's Chandler (Phoenix AZ) campus. When can/do we want to do this? (brucej)
> - late Feb, early March?
> - Bruce will propose March 3/4 to the mailing list
> - we'll set up some kind of registration form for this, maybe an etherpad
> - Standing Topics - time permitting
> - Sanity: all green recently
> - Reviews needing input
> - Saul: CentOS 8 continuing effort - keep reviewing
> - discussion about test coverage on the feature branch before we bring it into master
> - etherpad to track the testing - make sure we've got a comprehensive list of tests that we need to run/pass before merging to master
> - make this a standing topic for this meeting, review the Etherpad (assuming there's a summary on the Etherpad)
> - Saul: pbr versioning reviews - some discussion ensued, Bart to take a 2nd look
> - Unanswered Requests for Help on Mailing List
> - didn't get to this this week
> - AR review
> - calsoft/saichandu- Any update on the image/Doc for StarlingX AIO openstack-- http://lists.starlingx.io/pipermail/starlingx-discuss/2019-November/007064.html
> - didn't get to this this week
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Zvonar, Bill
> Sent: Wednesday, January 8, 2020 7:48 AM
> To: starlingx-discuss at lists.starlingx.io
> Subject: Community Call (Jan 8, 2020)
> Hi all, reminder of the Community call coming up later today.
> We'll devote the first half of today's call to planning for the Test Hack-a-thon next week, as per Ian's email .
> Please feel free to add new topics to the agenda at .
>  etherpad: https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/stx-status
>  call details: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Starlingx/Meetings#7am_PDT_.2F_1400_UTC_-_Community_Call
>  meeting start time in various time-zones: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?iso=20200108T1500
>  http://lists.starlingx.io/pipermail/starlingx-discuss/2019-December/007353.html
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