Hello everyone,

We already got good feedback on my sandbox test review. So I would like
to move forward.

With review [1] we will get a stackforge repo called „telcowg-usecases“.
Submitting a usecase will then follow the process of OpenStack development (see 

The is one thing currently open: Anita suggested to rename our IRC channel from
#openstack-nfv to #openstack-telcowg which seems logical to me. If we agree
to this I will register the channel and we can move forward.

I won’t be able to participate in our meeting today, but feel free to discuss
this topic there and let me know.


[1]: https://review.openstack.org/#/c/155248/
[2]: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/How_To_Contribute

Am 06.02.2015 um 12:11 schrieb Marc Koderer <m...@koderer.com>:

> Hello everyone,
> we are currently facing the issue that we don’t know how to proceed with
> our telco WG use cases. There are many of them already defined but the
> reviews via Etherpad doesn’t seem to work.
> I suggest to do a review on them with the usual OpenStack tooling.
> Therefore I uploaded one of them (Session Border Controller) to the
> Gerrit system into the sandbox repo:
>    https://review.openstack.org/#/c/152940/1
> I would really like to see how many review we can get on it.
> If this works out my idea is the following:
> - we create a project under Stackforge called telcowg-usecases
> - we link blueprint related to this use case
> - we build a core team and approve/prioritize them
> Regards
> Marc
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