That’s a wrap on another successful Project Teams Gathering (PTG)! Thank you to everyone who attended and participated; we could not support the projects we do without your input and feedback.
Track moderators have reported over 700 developers, operators and community members throughout the week across the 46 teams that participated in this virtual PTG.
Some of the OpenInfra teams that participated included working groups and larger initiatives such as the Diversity + Inclusion Working Group, Edge Computing Group, Environmental Sustainability SIG and the Computing Force Network Working Group. In addition, the event hosted both Kata Containers and StarlingX and the Magma Core Foundation’s project – Magma. The PTG also saw 39 OpenStack project teams participate as well.
One new feature of this PTG was focused interaction between OpenStack users and operators with different teams. Throughout the week there were a total of 17 operator hours with the following teams:
- Baremetal SIG
- Neutron (two hours)
- Nova (three hours)
If you happened to miss out on any of the discussions, you are welcome to check out the etherpads with notes from the week. Alternatively, a number of the teams have published summaries which you can find below.
- TC + Community Leader interaction (Ghanshyam Mann)
- TC discussions(Ghanshyam Mann)
- RBAC(Ghanshyam Mann)
- Nova/ Placement (Sylvain Bauzas)
- Magnum (Jake Yip)
- Neutron (Rodolfo Alonso Hernandez)
- Cloudkitty (Rafael Weingartner)
- TripleO (Rabi Mishra)
- Cinder (Rajat Dhasmana)
- Glance (Pranali Deore)
- Manila (Carlos Silva)
- Tacker (Yasufumi Ogawa)
- Environmental Sustainability (Kendall Nelson)
The list of summaries will be updated as new summaries are published so check back if the team you’re looking for isn’t in the list yet!
Lastly, as always, we are collecting feedback about how the event went overall and things we can consider for improvement for future PTG’s.
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