Edge sessions at the upcoming virtual PTG event
I’m reaching out to you about the upcoming virtual PTG event that is a developer focused event for communities supported by the OpenStack Foundation. During the sessions at the PTGs we are suing etherpads to take notes about the ongoing discussions. Our focus is on interactive sessions with discussions about active work items to identify next steps and do short and mid-term planning.
As part fo the event the OSF Edge Computing Group is meeting on three consecutive days to discuss reference architectures, testing activities and cross-project and cross-community collaboration related matters.
According to our current plans the group’s schedule is the following:
* Monday (June 1) 1400 UTC - 1600 UTC: Reference Models and Architectures
* Tuesday (June 2) 1300 UTC - 1500 UTC: Testing
* Wednesday (June 3) 1300 UTC - 1600 UTC: Cross-project/community collaboration
* 1300 UTC - 1400 UTC: Focus on OpenStack projects
* 1400 UTC - 1500 UTC: Focus on OSF projects including Airship and StarlingX
* 1500 UTC - 1600 UTC: Focus on adjacent communities including CNTT
Hereby I would like to invite all of you who’s interested in discussions about either of the topics above in the edge area. We can cover topics like connection points between the CNTT Edge WS and the OSF Edge Computing Group during the last slot on Wednesday, and I would like to encourage you to provide your input during the other edge sessions as well.
We are building our agenda and collecting talking points on this etherpad: https://etherpad.opendev.org/p/ecg_virtual_ptg_planning_june_2020
Please feel free to add further topics to the etherpad. Please also add your name next to your item so we know who would be describing the topic and lead the discussions during the sessions.
I will send out an update once the full agenda for the PTG is available in case you have other project team discussions that you would be interested in joining.
__Please register for the event in case you are interested in participating.__
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Thanks and Best Regards,
Ecosystem Technical Lead, OpenStack Foundation