+1

I agree with Lucas. Sounds like a good idea. I guess if we could spare
more time for discussing new features and requirements rather than
asking for status, that would be helpful for everyone.

On 11/13/2014 05:45 PM, Lucas Alvares Gomes wrote:
> This was discussed in the Contributor Meetup on Friday at the Summit
> but I think it's important to share on the mail list too so we can get
> more opnions/suggestions/comments about it.
>
> In the Ironic weekly meeting we dedicate a good time of the meeting to
> do some announcements, reporting bug status, CI status, oslo status,
> specific drivers status, etc... It's all good information, but I
> believe that the mail list would be a better place to report it and
> then we can free some time from our meeting to actually discuss
> things.
>
> Are you guys in favor of it?
>
> If so I'd like to propose a new format based on the discussions we had
> in Paris. For the people doing the status report on the meeting, they
> would start adding the status to an etherpad and then we would have a
> responsible person to get this information and send it to the mail
> list once a week.
>
> For the meeting itself we have a wiki page with an agenda[1] which
> everyone can edit to put the topic they want to discuss in the meeting
> there, I think that's fine and works. The only change about it would
> be that we may want freeze the agenda 2 days before the meeting so
> people can take a look at the topics that will be discussed and
> prepare for it; With that we can move forward quicker with the
> discussions because people will be familiar with the topics already.
>
> Let me know what you guys think.
>
> [1] https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Meetings/Ironic
>
> Lucas
>
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