OpenStack Developer Mailing List Digest September 24-30

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Candidate Proposals for TC are now open

  • Candidate proposals for the Technical committee (6 positions) are open and will remain open until 2016-10-01, 23:45 UTC.
  • Candidacies must submit a text file to the openstack/election repository [1].
  • Candidates for the Technical Committee can be any foundation individual member, except the seven TC members who were elected for a one year seat in April [2].
  • The election will be held from October 3rd through to 23:45 October 8th.
  • The electorate are foundation individual members that are committers to one of the official programs projects [3] over the Mitaka-Newton timeframe (September 5, 2015 00:00 UTC to September 4, 2016 23:59 UTC).
  • Current accepted candidates [4]
  • Full thread

Release countdown for week R-0, 3-7 October

  • Focus: Final release week. Most project teams should be preparing for the summit in Barcelona.
  • General notes:
    • Release management team will tag the final Newton release on October 6th.
      • Project teams don’t have to do anything. The release management team will re-tag the commit used in the most recent release candidate listed in openstack/releases.
    • Projects not following the milestone model will not be re-tagged.
    • Cycle-trailing projects will be skipped until the trailing deadline.
  • Release actions
    • Projects not follow the milestone-based release model who want stable/newton branches created should talk to the release team about their needs. Unbranched projects include:
      • cloudkitty
      • fuel
      • monasca
      • openstackansible
      • senlin
      • solum
      • tripleo
  • Important dates:
    • Newton final release: October 6th
    • Newton cycle-trailing deadline: October 20th
    • Ocata Design Summit: October 24-28
  • Full thread

Removal of Security and OpenStackSalt Project Teams From the Big Tent (cont.)

  • The change to remove Astara from the big tent was approval by the TC [4].
  • The TC has appointed Piet Kruithof as PTL of the UX team [5].
  • Based on the thread discussion [6] and engagements of the team, the Security project team will be kept as is and Rob Clark continuing as PTL [7].
  • The OpenStackSalt team did not produce any deliverable within the Newton cycle. The removal was approved by the current Salt team PTL and the TC [8].
  • Full thread


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