Re: [Interop-wg] [tc][qa][all]Potential New Interoperability Programs: The Current Thinking

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Re: [Interop-wg] [tc][qa][all]Potential New Interoperability Programs: The Current Thinking

Egle Sigler-2
Thank you Mark for writing this up! If you are interested in new interop
programs, please comment on https://review.openstack.org/#/c/472785/.
In addition, we will also be discussing this during our weekly meeting on
Wednesday, 11:00 AM CST/ 16:00 UTC in #openstack-meeting-3. If you cannot
join us for the meeting at that time, find us in #openstack-interop
channel.

Thank you,

Egle

On 6/9/17, 3:55 PM, "Mark Voelker" <[hidden email]> wrote:

>Hi Everyone,
>
>Happy Friday!  There have been a number of discussions (at the PTG, at
>OpenStack Summit, in Interop WG and Board of Directors meetings, etc)
>over the past several months about the possibility of creating new
>interoperability programs in addition to the existing OpenStack Powered
>program administered by the Interop Working Group (formerly the DefCore
>Committee).  In particular, lately there have been a lot of discussions
>recently [1] about where to put tests associated with trademark programs
>with respect to some existing TC guidance [2] and community goals for
>Queens [3].  Although these potential new programs have been discussed in
>a number of places, it¹s a little hard to keep tabs on where we¹re at
>with them unless you¹re actively following the Interop WG.  Given the
>recent discussions on openstack-dev, I thought it might be useful to try
>and brain dump our current thinking on what these new programs might look
>like into a document somewhere that people could point at in discussions
>rather than discussing abstracts and working off memories from prior
>meetings.  To that end, I took a first stab at it this week which you can
>find here:
>
>https://review.openstack.org/#/c/472785/
>
>Needless to say this is just a draft to try to get some of the ideas out
>of neurons and on to electrons, so please don¹t take it to be firm
>consensus‹rather consider it a draft of what we¹re currently thinking and
>an invitation to collaborate.  I expect that other members of the Interop
>Working Group will be leaving comments in Gerrit as we hash through this,
>and we¹d love to have input from other folks in the community as well.
>These programs potentially touch a lot of you (in fact, almost all of
>you) in some way or another, so we¹re happy to hear your input as we work
>on evolving the interop programs.  Quite a lot has happened over the past
>couple of years, so we hope this will help folks understand where we came
>from and think about whether we want to make changes going forward.
>
>By the way, for those of you who might find an HTML-rendered document
>easier to read, click on the "gate-interop-docs-ubuntu-xenial² link in
>the comments left by Jenkins and then on ³Extension Programs - Current
>Direction².  Thanks, and have a great weekend!
>
>[1]
>http://lists.openstack.org/pipermail/openstack-dev/2017-May/thread.html#11
>7657
>[2]
>https://governance.openstack.org/tc/resolutions/20160504-defcore-test-loca
>tion.html
>[3]
>https://governance.openstack.org/tc/goals/queens/split-tempest-plugins.htm
>l
>
>At Your Service,
>
>Mark T. Voelker
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