Thanks Carl. I agree, we need to collapse the pages so we can get a
status readout on the wiki. Keep in mind we also have this page [1],
which is much fresher than the Teams page. I'd prefer to see the Teams
page either marked as deprecated or updated to reflect the content in
[1], with even more changes made. If you want to take this on, that
would be great! Otherwise I'll look to update this tomorrow.



On Mon, Oct 13, 2014 at 2:41 PM, Carl Baldwin <> wrote:
> Kyle,
> This works for me.  My only comment is that linking sub team pages
> from the Neutron meeting page served a dual purpose.  It attached it
> to the agenda -- which is now deprecated -- and it served as sort of
> an anchor for the sub team in to the Neutron team on the wiki.  At
> least for the L3 sub team, that has been the case.
> Maybe we should freshen up the old Neutron teams page [1] which looks
> to be long out of date.  I think it probably got stale because of the
> dual purpose of the meeting page.
> Carl
> [1]
> On Mon, Oct 13, 2014 at 11:49 AM, Kyle Mestery <> wrote:
>> As part of stream lining how we work as a team in Neutron, and to make
>> better use of our weekly meeting, I'm changing the format of the
>> weekly meeting. This involves removing the meeting as a sort of status
>> report tool from our plethora of sub-teams into more of an On-Demand
>> agenda [1]. We'll leave bugs and docs as standing items for now, but
>> the rest of the agenda will be generated dynamically. I want to
>> encourage anyone to put agenda items down [2] with your name that we
>> can use to discuss during out meeting time each week.
>> Also, keep in mind we're still rotating meetings weekly to accommodate
>> timezones. Today's meeting is at 2100 UTC as a reminder.
>> Thank you!
>> Kyle
>> [1]
>> [2]
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