I'm anxious to get titles for the scheduled sessions so that people can
start planning their daily schedules. I have heard some opinions about
the Neutron/Nova/Ironic work that needs to happen to support L3 (I think
we should still bring it up) and also a bit about Cinder HA. I think
these are things that will benefit from a f2f conversation with the
OpenStack community at large.

I also think that the biggest theme I see beyond that is UI/onboarding.
So I think we should split the 2 40 minute sessions into these two

* L3 Networking + Cinder HA
 - Summary of changes needed in Cinder/Neutron/Nova/Ironic/etc.
 - Configuration changes needed
 - UI changes

* TripleO's onramp - All things new contributor
 - QuintupleO progress report
 - Tuskar progress report
 - Alternative implementations roll call
   - Kolla
   - Puppet
   - Ansible

The rest of the things in the etherpad will make for a good agenda for

Does anyone have anything to add, or dissent to register?

Excerpts from Clint Byrum's message of 2014-10-16 13:14:26 -0700:
> The format has changed slightly this summit, to help encourage a more
> collaborative design experience, rather than rapid fire mass-inclusion
> summit sessions. So we have two 40-minute long slots, and one whole day
> of contributor meetup.[1]
> Our etherpad topics page has received quite a few additions now [2], and
> so I'd like to hear thoughts on what things we want to talk about in the
> meetup versus the sessions.
> A few things I think we should stipulate:
> * The scheduled sessions will be heavily attended by the community at
>   large. This often includes those who are just curious, or those who
>   want to make sure that their voice is heard. These sessions should be
>   reserved for those topics which have the most external influence or
>   are the most dependent on other projects.
> * The meetup will be at the end of the week so at the end of it, we
>   can't then go to any other meetups and ask for things / participate
>   in those design activities. This reinforces that scheduled session
>   time should be focused on things that are externally focused so that
>   we can take the result of those discussions into any of the sessions
>   that are after.
> * The Ops Summit is Wendesday/Thursday [3], which overlaps with these
>   sessions. I am keenly interested in gathering more contribution from
>   those already operating and deploying OpenStack. It can go both ways,
>   but I think it might make sense to have more ops-centric topics
>   discussed on Friday, when those participants might not be fully
>   wrapped up in the ops sessions.
> If we can all agree on those points, given the current topics, I think
> our scheduled sessions should target at least (but not limited to):
> * Cinder + CEPH
> * Layer 3 segmentation
> I think those might fit into 40 minutes, as long as we hash some things
> out here on the mailing list first. Cinder + CEPH is really just a
> check-in to make sure we're on track to providing it. Layer 3, I've had
> discussions with Ironic and Neutron people and I think we have a plan,
> but I wanted to present it in the open and discuss the short term goals
> to see if it satisfies what users may want for the Kilo time frame.
> So, I would encourage you all to look at the etherpad, and expand on
> topics or add more, and then reply to this thread with ideas for how
> best to use our precious time together.
> [1] http://kilodesignsummit.sched.org/overview/type/tripleo
> [2] https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/kilo-tripleo-summit-topics
> [3] http://kilodesignsummit.sched.org/overview/type/ops+summit

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