Re: [openstack-dev] [all] Recording little everyday OpenStack successes

2015-10-14 Thread Adrien Cunin
Le 09/10/2015 11:42, Thierry Carrez a écrit :
> Hello everyone,
> 
> OpenStack has become quite big, and it's easier than ever to feel lost,
> to feel like nothing is really happening. It's more difficult than ever
> to feel part of a single community, and to celebrate little successes
> and progress.
> 
> In a (small) effort to help with that, I suggested making it easier to
> record little moments of joy and small success bits. Those are usually
> not worth the effort of a blog post or a new mailing-list thread, but
> they show that our community makes progress *every day*.
> 
> So whenever you feel like you made progress, or had a little success in
> your OpenStack adventures, or have some joyful moment to share, just
> throw the following message on your local IRC channel:
> 
> #success [Your message here]
> 
> The openstackstatus bot will take that and record it on this wiki page:
> 
> https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Successes
> 
> We'll add a few of those every week to the weekly newsletter (as part of
> the developer digest that we reecently added there).
> 
> Caveats: Obviously that only works on channels where openstackstatus is
> present (the official OpenStack IRC channels), and we may remove entries
> that are off-topic or spam.
> 
> So... please use #success liberally and record lttle everyday OpenStack
> successes. Share the joy and make the OpenStack community a happy place.
> 

Nice! I've got a question though: is there another way than the wiki
page to consume those successes?

I was thinking of an RSS/Atom feed, which would make it possible to
easily publish them elsewhere (website, social media, etc.).

Adrien



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Re: [openstack-dev] [all] Recording little everyday OpenStack successes

2015-10-14 Thread Thierry Carrez
Adrien Cunin wrote:
> Le 09/10/2015 11:42, Thierry Carrez a écrit :
> Nice! I've got a question though: is there another way than the wiki
> page to consume those successes?
> 
> I was thinking of an RSS/Atom feed, which would make it possible to
> easily publish them elsewhere (website, social media, etc.).

A wiki page was the simplest, since the statusbot already had the
mechanics to post status updates for infrastructure to a wiki page, and
it makes spam edition quite simple. My fear with the RSS/Atom/Twitter
feed is that it will create a larger target for spam (harder to fix
after the fact once everyone received it). And nobody wants to spend
time moderating successes snippets.

With that caveat, see
http://git.openstack.org/cgit/openstack-infra/statusbot/tree/statusbot/bot.py
if you want to propose extra features :)

Note that some success snippets should appear in future editions of the
weekly newsletter too.

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Re: [openstack-dev] [all] Recording little everyday OpenStack successes

2015-10-12 Thread Lana Brindley
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On 09/10/15 19:42, Thierry Carrez wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> 
> OpenStack has become quite big, and it's easier than ever to feel lost,
> to feel like nothing is really happening. It's more difficult than ever
> to feel part of a single community, and to celebrate little successes
> and progress.
> 
> In a (small) effort to help with that, I suggested making it easier to
> record little moments of joy and small success bits. Those are usually
> not worth the effort of a blog post or a new mailing-list thread, but
> they show that our community makes progress *every day*.
> 
> So whenever you feel like you made progress, or had a little success in
> your OpenStack adventures, or have some joyful moment to share, just
> throw the following message on your local IRC channel:
> 
> #success [Your message here]
> 
> The openstackstatus bot will take that and record it on this wiki page:
> 
> https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Successes
> 
> We'll add a few of those every week to the weekly newsletter (as part of
> the developer digest that we reecently added there).
> 
> Caveats: Obviously that only works on channels where openstackstatus is
> present (the official OpenStack IRC channels), and we may remove entries
> that are off-topic or spam.
> 
> So... please use #success liberally and record lttle everyday OpenStack
> successes. Share the joy and make the OpenStack community a happy place.
> 


I love this, nice work! (And I see we already have a docs success listed. Yay!)

L

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Re: [openstack-dev] [all] Recording little everyday OpenStack successes

2015-10-12 Thread Thierry Carrez
Mike Spreitzer wrote:
> Great.  I am about to contribute one myself.  Lucky I noticed this
> email.  How will the word get out to those who did not?  How about a
> pointer to instructions on the Successes page?

Yes, we need to document that in various places (infra guide, project
team guide, the wiki page itself). I'll take care of it.

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[openstack-dev] [all] Recording little everyday OpenStack successes

2015-10-09 Thread Thierry Carrez
Hello everyone,

OpenStack has become quite big, and it's easier than ever to feel lost,
to feel like nothing is really happening. It's more difficult than ever
to feel part of a single community, and to celebrate little successes
and progress.

In a (small) effort to help with that, I suggested making it easier to
record little moments of joy and small success bits. Those are usually
not worth the effort of a blog post or a new mailing-list thread, but
they show that our community makes progress *every day*.

So whenever you feel like you made progress, or had a little success in
your OpenStack adventures, or have some joyful moment to share, just
throw the following message on your local IRC channel:

#success [Your message here]

The openstackstatus bot will take that and record it on this wiki page:

https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Successes

We'll add a few of those every week to the weekly newsletter (as part of
the developer digest that we reecently added there).

Caveats: Obviously that only works on channels where openstackstatus is
present (the official OpenStack IRC channels), and we may remove entries
that are off-topic or spam.

So... please use #success liberally and record lttle everyday OpenStack
successes. Share the joy and make the OpenStack community a happy place.

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Re: [openstack-dev] [all] Recording little everyday OpenStack successes

2015-10-09 Thread Kyle Mestery
On Fri, Oct 9, 2015 at 8:52 AM, Russell Bryant  wrote:

> On 10/09/2015 05:42 AM, Thierry Carrez wrote:
> > Hello everyone,
> >
> > OpenStack has become quite big, and it's easier than ever to feel lost,
> > to feel like nothing is really happening. It's more difficult than ever
> > to feel part of a single community, and to celebrate little successes
> > and progress.
> >
> > In a (small) effort to help with that, I suggested making it easier to
> > record little moments of joy and small success bits. Those are usually
> > not worth the effort of a blog post or a new mailing-list thread, but
> > they show that our community makes progress *every day*.
> >
> > So whenever you feel like you made progress, or had a little success in
> > your OpenStack adventures, or have some joyful moment to share, just
> > throw the following message on your local IRC channel:
> >
> > #success [Your message here]
> >
> > The openstackstatus bot will take that and record it on this wiki page:
> >
> > https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Successes
> >
> > We'll add a few of those every week to the weekly newsletter (as part of
> > the developer digest that we reecently added there).
> >
> > Caveats: Obviously that only works on channels where openstackstatus is
> > present (the official OpenStack IRC channels), and we may remove entries
> > that are off-topic or spam.
> >
> > So... please use #success liberally and record lttle everyday OpenStack
> > successes. Share the joy and make the OpenStack community a happy place.
> >
>
> This is *really* cool.  I'm excited to use this and see all the things
> others record.  Thanks!!
>
>
Indeed, sometimes it's easy to get lost in the bike shedding, this is a
good way for everyone to remember the little successes that people are
having. After all, this project is composed of actual people, it's good to
highlight the little things we each consider a success. Well done!

Thanks,
Kyle


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Re: [openstack-dev] [all] Recording little everyday OpenStack successes

2015-10-09 Thread Carl Baldwin
+1 Great idea!

On Fri, Oct 9, 2015 at 3:42 AM, Thierry Carrez  wrote:
> Hello everyone,
>
> OpenStack has become quite big, and it's easier than ever to feel lost,
> to feel like nothing is really happening. It's more difficult than ever
> to feel part of a single community, and to celebrate little successes
> and progress.
>
> In a (small) effort to help with that, I suggested making it easier to
> record little moments of joy and small success bits. Those are usually
> not worth the effort of a blog post or a new mailing-list thread, but
> they show that our community makes progress *every day*.
>
> So whenever you feel like you made progress, or had a little success in
> your OpenStack adventures, or have some joyful moment to share, just
> throw the following message on your local IRC channel:
>
> #success [Your message here]
>
> The openstackstatus bot will take that and record it on this wiki page:
>
> https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Successes
>
> We'll add a few of those every week to the weekly newsletter (as part of
> the developer digest that we reecently added there).
>
> Caveats: Obviously that only works on channels where openstackstatus is
> present (the official OpenStack IRC channels), and we may remove entries
> that are off-topic or spam.
>
> So... please use #success liberally and record lttle everyday OpenStack
> successes. Share the joy and make the OpenStack community a happy place.
>
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Re: [openstack-dev] [all] Recording little everyday OpenStack successes

2015-10-09 Thread Nick Chase
This is AWESOME!  And I've already found useful resources on the list of 
successes.  Beautiful job, and fantastic idea!


  Nick


On 10/09/2015 05:42 AM, Thierry Carrez wrote:
> Hello everyone,
>
> OpenStack has become quite big, and it's easier than ever to
feel lost,
> to feel like nothing is really happening. It's more difficult
than ever
> to feel part of a single community, and to celebrate little
successes
> and progress.
>
> In a (small) effort to help with that, I suggested making it
easier to
> record little moments of joy and small success bits. Those are
usually
> not worth the effort of a blog post or a new mailing-list
thread, but
> they show that our community makes progress *every day*.
>
> So whenever you feel like you made progress, or had a little
success in
> your OpenStack adventures, or have some joyful moment to share, just
> throw the following message on your local IRC channel:
>
> #success [Your message here]
>
> The openstackstatus bot will take that and record it on this
wiki page:
>
> https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Successes
>
> We'll add a few of those every week to the weekly newsletter (as
part of
> the developer digest that we reecently added there).
>
> Caveats: Obviously that only works on channels where
openstackstatus is
> present (the official OpenStack IRC channels), and we may remove
entries
> that are off-topic or spam.
>
> So... please use #success liberally and record lttle everyday
OpenStack
> successes. Share the joy and make the OpenStack community a
happy place.
>



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Re: [openstack-dev] [all] Recording little everyday OpenStack successes

2015-10-09 Thread Ihar Hrachyshka
> On 09 Oct 2015, at 11:42, Thierry Carrez  wrote:
> 
> Hello everyone,
> 
> OpenStack has become quite big, and it's easier than ever to feel lost,
> to feel like nothing is really happening. It's more difficult than ever
> to feel part of a single community, and to celebrate little successes
> and progress.
> 
> In a (small) effort to help with that, I suggested making it easier to
> record little moments of joy and small success bits. Those are usually
> not worth the effort of a blog post or a new mailing-list thread, but
> they show that our community makes progress *every day*.
> 
> So whenever you feel like you made progress, or had a little success in
> your OpenStack adventures, or have some joyful moment to share, just
> throw the following message on your local IRC channel:
> 
> #success [Your message here]
> 
> The openstackstatus bot will take that and record it on this wiki page:
> 
> https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Successes
> 
> We'll add a few of those every week to the weekly newsletter (as part of
> the developer digest that we reecently added there).
> 
> Caveats: Obviously that only works on channels where openstackstatus is
> present (the official OpenStack IRC channels), and we may remove entries
> that are off-topic or spam.
> 
> So... please use #success liberally and record lttle everyday OpenStack
> successes. Share the joy and make the OpenStack community a happy place.

That is oh so cool! :)

Another IRC service that I find useful to encourage collaboration in teams is a 
karma bot. Something that would calculate ++ messages in tracked 
channels. Having such a lightweight and visible way to tell ‘thank you’ to a 
contributor would be great. Do we have plans to implement it in infra?

Ihar



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Re: [openstack-dev] [all] Recording little everyday OpenStack successes

2015-10-09 Thread Jeremy Stanley
On 2015-10-09 15:53:17 +0200 (+0200), Ihar Hrachyshka wrote:
[...]
> There are already multiple karmabot implementations that could be
> reused, like https://github.com/chromakode/karmabot
> 
> Can we just adopt one of those?

Perhaps, though we're trying to reduce rather than increase the
number of individual IRC bots we're managing. Ultimately I'm
interested in seeing us collapse our current family (gerritbot,
statusbot, meetbot) into one codebase/framework to further reduce
the maintenance burden, but haven't found interested parties yet to
contribute the coding effort.
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Re: [openstack-dev] [all] Recording little everyday OpenStack successes

2015-10-09 Thread Mike Spreitzer
Thierry Carrez  wrote on 10/09/2015 05:42:49 AM:

...
> So whenever you feel like you made progress, or had a little success in
> your OpenStack adventures, or have some joyful moment to share, just
> throw the following message on your local IRC channel:
> 
> #success [Your message here]
> 
> The openstackstatus bot will take that and record it on this wiki page:
> 
> https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Successes
> 
> We'll add a few of those every week to the weekly newsletter (as part of
> the developer digest that we reecently added there).
> 
> Caveats: Obviously that only works on channels where openstackstatus is
> present (the official OpenStack IRC channels), and we may remove entries
> that are off-topic or spam.
> 
> So... please use #success liberally and record lttle everyday OpenStack
> successes. Share the joy and make the OpenStack community a happy place.

Great.  I am about to contribute one myself.  Lucky I noticed this email. 
How will the word get out to those who did not?  How about a pointer to 
instructions on the Successes page?

Thanks,
Mike


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Re: [openstack-dev] [all] Recording little everyday OpenStack successes

2015-10-09 Thread Jeremy Stanley
On 2015-10-09 13:51:39 +0200 (+0200), Ihar Hrachyshka wrote:
[...]
> Another IRC service that I find useful to encourage collaboration
> in teams is a karma bot. Something that would calculate
> ++ messages in tracked channels. Having such a
> lightweight and visible way to tell ‘thank you’ to a contributor
> would be great. Do we have plans to implement it in infra?

If you write it! An easy compromise would be to just add similar
support like "#thanks ttx for your awesome successbot
implementation!" and interleave those into the same Successes
article or direct them to a separate Karma article. If you want an
interface to tabulate/summarize #thanks calls though, that would
likely need some additional service.
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Re: [openstack-dev] [all] Recording little everyday OpenStack successes

2015-10-09 Thread Russell Bryant
On 10/09/2015 05:42 AM, Thierry Carrez wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> 
> OpenStack has become quite big, and it's easier than ever to feel lost,
> to feel like nothing is really happening. It's more difficult than ever
> to feel part of a single community, and to celebrate little successes
> and progress.
> 
> In a (small) effort to help with that, I suggested making it easier to
> record little moments of joy and small success bits. Those are usually
> not worth the effort of a blog post or a new mailing-list thread, but
> they show that our community makes progress *every day*.
> 
> So whenever you feel like you made progress, or had a little success in
> your OpenStack adventures, or have some joyful moment to share, just
> throw the following message on your local IRC channel:
> 
> #success [Your message here]
> 
> The openstackstatus bot will take that and record it on this wiki page:
> 
> https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Successes
> 
> We'll add a few of those every week to the weekly newsletter (as part of
> the developer digest that we reecently added there).
> 
> Caveats: Obviously that only works on channels where openstackstatus is
> present (the official OpenStack IRC channels), and we may remove entries
> that are off-topic or spam.
> 
> So... please use #success liberally and record lttle everyday OpenStack
> successes. Share the joy and make the OpenStack community a happy place.
> 

This is *really* cool.  I'm excited to use this and see all the things
others record.  Thanks!!

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Re: [openstack-dev] [all] Recording little everyday OpenStack successes

2015-10-09 Thread Ihar Hrachyshka
> On 09 Oct 2015, at 15:46, Jeremy Stanley  wrote:
> 
> On 2015-10-09 13:51:39 +0200 (+0200), Ihar Hrachyshka wrote:
> [...]
>> Another IRC service that I find useful to encourage collaboration
>> in teams is a karma bot. Something that would calculate
>> ++ messages in tracked channels. Having such a
>> lightweight and visible way to tell ‘thank you’ to a contributor
>> would be great. Do we have plans to implement it in infra?
> 
> If you write it! An easy compromise would be to just add similar
> support like "#thanks ttx for your awesome successbot
> implementation!" and interleave those into the same Successes
> article or direct them to a separate Karma article. If you want an
> interface to tabulate/summarize #thanks calls though, that would
> likely need some additional service.


There are already multiple karmabot implementations that could be reused, like 
https://github.com/chromakode/karmabot

Can we just adopt one of those?

Ihar


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Re: [openstack-dev] [all] Recording little everyday OpenStack successes

2015-10-09 Thread John Griffith
On Fri, Oct 9, 2015 at 3:42 AM, Thierry Carrez 
wrote:

> Hello everyone,
>
> OpenStack has become quite big, and it's easier than ever to feel lost,
> to feel like nothing is really happening. It's more difficult than ever
> to feel part of a single community, and to celebrate little successes
> and progress.
>
> In a (small) effort to help with that, I suggested making it easier to
> record little moments of joy and small success bits. Those are usually
> not worth the effort of a blog post or a new mailing-list thread, but
> they show that our community makes progress *every day*.
>
> So whenever you feel like you made progress, or had a little success in
> your OpenStack adventures, or have some joyful moment to share, just
> throw the following message on your local IRC channel:
>
> #success [Your message here]
>
> The openstackstatus bot will take that and record it on this wiki page:
>
> https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Successes
>
> We'll add a few of those every week to the weekly newsletter (as part of
> the developer digest that we reecently added there).
>
> Caveats: Obviously that only works on channels where openstackstatus is
> present (the official OpenStack IRC channels), and we may remove entries
> that are off-topic or spam.
>
> So... please use #success liberally and record lttle everyday OpenStack
> successes. Share the joy and make the OpenStack community a happy place.
>
> --
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​Great idea Thierry, great to promote some positive things!  Thanks for
putting this together.​
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Re: [openstack-dev] [all] Recording little everyday OpenStack successes

2015-10-09 Thread Shamail


> On Oct 9, 2015, at 10:49 AM, John Griffith  wrote:
> 
> ​Great idea Thierry, great to promote some positive things!  Thanks for 
> putting this together.​

+1
Great indeed... thanks Thierry.

Regards,
Shamail 
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