[rdo-list] RDO at PTG or OpenStack Summit?
Tim.Bell at cern.ch
Mon Oct 31 20:37:16 UTC 2016
>From the CERN perspective, I would expect that the majority of our participants would go to the summit. A few of those working closely with upstream would go to the PTG.
We would certainly appreciate the opportunity to interact with the RDO community at the summit.
The PTG focus would be more on the individual projects such as Magnum or Keystone where we contribute the most.
On 31.10.16, 21:07, "rdo-list-bounces at redhat.com on behalf of Haïkel" <rdo-list-bounces at redhat.com on behalf of hguemar at fedoraproject.org> wrote:
2016-10-31 18:35 GMT+01:00 Rich Bowen <rbowen at redhat.com>:
> As you no doubt know by now ... well, I'll just quote from another list:
> As you probably already know, the OpenStack Foundation is restructuring
> its events in 2017, splitting the activities that traditionally occurred
> at the Design Summit event into work sessions (at the "Project Teams
> Gathering" at the start of the cycle) and open community discussions
> ("Forum" at the OpenStack Summit in the middle of the cycle). You can
> learn more about this at http://www.openstack.org/ptg
> At the last several OpenStack Summits, the RDO community has hosted some
> kind of meetup, and of course last week, we had an evening gathering
> that we shared with the Ceph community, where we had 215 people in
> With OpenStack Summit splitting in two, I'm left uncertain what, if
> anything, I should be planning for 2017. Will most of the RDO community
> attend the PTG, or OpenStack Summit? At which one of these does it make
> the most sense to try to do an RDO gathering, if at all?
> I can see good arguments for each, including my personal travel plans
> ;-) but I would like to hear from the rest of you - if I try to do
> another event like what we did Tuesday evening in Barcelona, which event
> makes more sense?
Tough question, the attendance will likely be at summits while
speakers will go at PTG.
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