On Fri, Apr 14, 2017 at 7:12 PM, Rochelle Grober <rochelle.gro...@huawei.com> wrote: > Part 1: tldr; publish the resolutions to the key MLs at least when they are > approved.
This was done for a time via blog posts, I recall talk about resurrecting that, this may help increate the priority of following up on that thought. > Part 2: tldr; establish some kind of communications channel with other > TCs/TSCs that have dependencies on OpenStack > > I just happened to be in a meeting with an associate who is on the TSC of > Open Daylight. After the meeting he asked me about the release schedules of > OpenStack and whether the recent change was a one off or , would now be > offset like the last or..... It appears that ODL sets their releases to two > week after OpenStack's then other Open networking projects cascade behind > Open Daylight. These TSCs don't know where to go to get the info/new > schedules, etc. Itg might be nice to find out what they need from us and > provide a channel for them to ask questions. TC might be a good contact > point. But TC can certainly come up with possible solution(s). Which could > open all these projects work a towards a more open coordination or > cooperation with us. I think that would be sooo cool. The TC could certainly be a point of contact, I think it would also be appropriate to hook up individual members as these sorts of things are discovered to establish relationships. Often times the TC will delegate one or a few people to be contact points for things like this anyway. Communication-wise, this seems to be to be the sort of thing -announce mailing lists should be used for. Going back a couple of weeks I see our -announce list consists of a lot of release announcements for individual deliverables and a couple of OSSA's. I'm not trying to resurrect the debate over what that list should be used for, but it does seem like that might have been a place for those not involved in our community on a daily basis to see those sorts of announcements go by. That said, the release schedule and info really is easy to find via your favorite search: "openstack release schedule" on Google results in a table with recent release dates appearing even before the first search result, which happens to be https://releases.openstack.org. The point is taken however, and I do believe you are right Rocky that is something we should get more proactive with regards to our neighboring communities. dt -- Dean Troyer dtro...@gmail.com __________________________________________________________________________ OpenStack Development Mailing List (not for usage questions) Unsubscribe: openstack-dev-requ...@lists.openstack.org?subject:unsubscribe http://lists.openstack.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/openstack-dev