Effective immediately and indefinitely (or err in 10 minutes :)), the Ironic 
review parties have been cancelled. It was the best kept secret but frowned 
upon when discovered. Too much partying and drinking you know. [I am just 

If someone wants to resume this or do something similar in the future, please 
do so!

Thank you Mario and everyone else that attended, you all made it way too 
successful :)


From: Mario Villaplana <mario.villapl...@gmail.com>
Reply-To: "OpenStack Development Mailing List (not for usage questions)" 
Date: Monday, March 20, 2017 at 11:20 AM
To: "OpenStack Development Mailing List (not for usage questions)" 
Subject: Re: [openstack-dev] [ironic] Ironic review party invitation

Hi ironic team,

I'm proposing that we move this to 20:00 UTC Thursdays (8pm UTC, 4pm
in my timezone which is US Eastern). I think this will better fit with
the daylight saving time adjustment that most attendees had last week.
Please message me here or in IRC if there are objections. I've updated
the etherpad at https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/ironic-review-party
to reflect this new time.

I am now back from vacation and will be around for this week's review
party. Thanks to whoever led last week's review party.


On Tue, Feb 28, 2017 at 2:14 PM, Mario Villaplana
<mario.villapl...@gmail.com<mailto:mario.villapl...@gmail.com>> wrote:
Hi ironic team,

Last cycle, I started holding some informal "review parties" for new
members of OSIC [0] to come together with other OSIC people who had
been working on OpenStack for a while and have group discussions about
technical topics related to ironic and generally how to be more
effective upstream community members.

People found this decently helpful, with a weighted average of 3.6
when polled for feedback on the usefulness of the event on a 1-5

As a result of some of this feedback, I thought it'd be good to invite
the whole ironic community to participate in this weekly event.

It'll now be happening Thursdays at 2100 UTC in a Google Hangouts room
so that more community members can join. Here's an etherpad with the
Hangouts link and more information about the event:

This is a totally informal, unofficial event. Feel free to put any
topic you'd like to discuss with a larger audience on that etherpad in
the section for the current week. I'll be looking over whatever's on
that list 24 hours in advance of the party to get adequately prepared,
but feel free to show up with other topics, too.



[0] https://osic.org/

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