My interpretation of the guidelines was that those channels are reserved for 
official OpenStack projects (projects included in governance projects.yaml) 
only, so until we regain that status I was planning on holding it in the 
project channel. If this isn't the case and we can use the openstack-meeting 
channels then that would be ideal for the reasons you've stated plus we have to 
move to them anyway once you are accepted into the governance project list so 
it would be one less thing to redo later. I will look into this further and if 
we can use the openstack-meeting channels then I'll aim to make that the home 
for our meetings.


On 20/09/2016 16:46, "Steven Dake (stdake)" 
<<>> wrote:


Can this meeting instead be held in the normal openstack-meeting-1 -> 4 
channels?  Having one-off meetings in #openstack-networking-cisco is totally 
fine.  Having standing team meetings there is atypical of OpenStack projects.  
The main value of using the opentack-meeting-1-4 channels is that a lot of 
people are in those channels, and it is easy to ping an individual in a broadly 
represented channel for cross-project issues rather than a project-specific 


From: "Sam Betts (sambetts)" <<>>
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Date: Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at 5:05 AM
To: "OpenStack Development Mailing List (not for usage questions)" 
Subject: [openstack-dev] [networking-cisco] Poll to decide networking-cisco 
weekly meeting times

For those interested in participating, we are setting up a weekly meeting to 
discuss the development and design of networking-cisco. This meeting will be 
held on the #openstack-networking-cisco channel. If you are interested please 
use the link below to provide which of the dates and times you are best for 
you. We will use this poll to ensure we organise a meeting which aligns best 
for the majority of attendees.
NOTE: All the times are in UTC.

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