18:00:10 <lbragstad> #startmeeting keystone
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18:00:14 <openstack> The meeting name has been set to 'keystone'
18:00:17 <lbragstad> #link https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/keystone-weekly-meeting
18:00:19 <lbragstad> agenda ^
18:00:22 <lbragstad> o/
18:00:34 <lbragstad> ping ayoung, breton, cmurphy, dstanek, edmondsw, gagehugo, henrynash, hrybacki, knikolla, lamt, lbragstad, lwanderley, kmalloc, rderose, rodrigods, samueldmq, spilla, aselius, dpar
18:00:35 <ildikov> o/
18:00:39 <aselius> o/
18:00:40 <cmurphy> o/
18:00:46 <lamt> o/
18:00:55 <hrybacki> o/
18:01:02 <gagehugo> o/
18:01:24 <raildo> _o_
18:01:37 <kmalloc> o/
18:02:08 <knikolla> o/
18:02:17 <lbragstad> #topic Relevant Forum sessions/activities
18:02:20 <lbragstad> ildikov: o/
18:02:32 <ildikov> hey all :)
18:02:52 <ildikov> I would like to draw your attention to a few sessions happening over the Summit
18:03:07 <ildikov> long story short the origin of these is the Open Research Cloud group
18:03:11 <ildikov> #link http://www.openresearchcloud.org
18:03:27 <ildikov> the goal is to federate scientific research clouds all around the globe
18:03:42 <ildikov> not exclusive to OpenStack, but experimenting with OpenStack based clouds right now
18:04:27 <ildikov> they have a two days long conference in Sydney the first day is in the Summit venue
18:04:29 <ildikov> #link https://www.openstack.org/summit/sydney-2017/summit-schedule/events/20534/3rd-open-research-cloudcongress
18:04:38 <ildikov> they have an identity working group
18:05:02 <spilla_> o/
18:05:16 <ildikov> and it would be great to have insights from the experts on this team if you have capacity to pop by when the relevant slot(s) come up
18:05:45 <lbragstad> cmurphy: sounds closely related to one of your answers in the TC questioning period
18:05:49 <ildikov> the other session is from a NIST/IEEE activity also on federation
18:05:52 <ildikov> https://www.openstack.org/summit/sydney-2017/summit-schedule/events/20475/supporting-general-federation-for-large-scale-collaborations
18:05:59 <ildikov> lbragstad: +1 :)
18:06:06 <cmurphy> lbragstad: heh :)
18:06:24 <ildikov> cmurphy: I hope you'll be a partner in crime :)
18:06:39 <ildikov> so for the latter the guy, who proposed the session was playing with Keystone earlier
18:07:12 <ildikov> and it would be great if someone from the team could attend to see what's working already and what ideas they have that would need some additional tweaking
18:07:20 <lbragstad> Martial or Craig?
18:07:25 <ildikov> Craig
18:07:41 <lbragstad> yeah - that'd be valuable feedback
18:07:57 <knikolla> i'll definitely have a look
18:07:57 <cmurphy> I might be free during that slot
18:08:03 <knikolla> seems closely related to my work
18:08:19 <ildikov> I just wanted to ensure that you have this on the radar as I think it would be great to foster some collaboration with the developer community where relevant
18:08:42 <ildikov> and also if you have any questions either now or onwards please ping me
18:09:00 <ildikov> I'm happy to answer what I can or connect you with the right person
18:09:22 <ildikov> knikolla: cmurphy: would be great if you could come!
18:09:22 <lbragstad> ildikov: do you have irc nics for either of the presenters?
18:09:45 <cmurphy> ildikov: will put it on my schedule :)
18:10:04 <ildikov> lbragstad: Martial is using martial when he's online
18:10:12 <ildikov> lbragstad: I need to check Craig
18:10:15 <lbragstad> ok
18:10:17 <lbragstad> just curious
18:10:30 <ildikov> lbragstad: Martial is also involved in our Scientific WG/SIG
18:10:45 <lbragstad> cool
18:11:18 <ildikov> and Craig had chats with Steve a while back about federation topics
18:11:28 <ildikov> so he's not completely new to the community either
18:11:41 <lbragstad> good deal
18:12:08 <ildikov> so appreciated in advance that you guys look into this
18:12:22 <lbragstad> for sure - i have it book marked
18:12:25 <ildikov> and I hope we will have good discussions coming out of the sessions in Sydney
18:12:41 <lbragstad> ildikov: thanks for giving us a heads up!
18:13:02 <ildikov> lbragstad: thanks for the floor :)
18:13:08 <lbragstad> ildikov: anytime
18:13:17 <ildikov> lbragstad: :)
18:13:28 <lbragstad> #topic trello sync
18:13:30 <lbragstad> #link https://trello.com/b/5F0h9Hoe/keystone
18:13:40 <lbragstad> so - just fyi, i changed a bunch of stuff in trello
18:13:58 <lbragstad> i apologize in case you found a bunch of tello notifications in your inbox
18:14:30 <lbragstad> but - overall, i wanted to be able to track bigger work while seeing smaller tasks move through the process
18:14:47 <lbragstad> which is essentially where the "epics" column comes from
18:14:49 <cmurphy> that was a good call
18:15:03 <hrybacki> +1
18:15:12 <lbragstad> otherwise - it doesn't really look like anything it moving, when things really are in flight
18:15:26 <lbragstad> credit goes to hrybacki for the tip
18:15:54 <gagehugo> hrybacki +1
18:15:57 <lbragstad> for the time being - i'm not expecting the cards in "Epics"
18:16:01 <lbragstad> to leave that column
18:16:13 <lbragstad> but they should be descriptive enough and broken down into smaller cards
18:16:19 <lbragstad> that can move through the rest of the stages
18:16:53 <lbragstad> does anyone have comments or concerns about the new format?
18:17:56 <lbragstad> also - nearly ever card has a due date, which roughly corresponds to a milestone
18:18:19 <lbragstad> if you're the owner of a card, and you're comfortable setting a sooner due date, feel free to do so
18:19:52 <lbragstad> from an actual work tracking perspective - the project tag stuff is *super* close to being done
18:19:59 <lbragstad> #link https://trello.com/c/n7iBqoLY/35-project-tags
18:20:31 <lbragstad> we're pretty much just waiting on a patch to tempest
18:20:33 <lbragstad> #link https://review.openstack.org/#/c/485344/
18:20:39 <gagehugo> yup
18:21:03 <lbragstad> then we should be good to go from a server perspective
18:21:26 <lbragstad> next would be the system-scoping stuff
18:21:33 <lbragstad> #link https://trello.com/c/W6eFpdPw/28-system-scoping
18:21:55 <lbragstad> starting with the spec
18:21:57 <lbragstad> #link https://review.openstack.org/#/c/464763/
18:22:13 <lbragstad> i'm working on converting the whole global roles implementation to using system-scope
18:22:28 <lbragstad> (i'm trying to break things into smaller patches, too)
18:22:50 <lbragstad> this is where we're at currently
18:22:52 <lbragstad> #link https://review.openstack.org/#/q/topic:bp/system-scope+(status:open+OR+status:merged)
18:24:46 <lbragstad> we also have unified limits and application credential specs coming down the pipe
18:26:55 <lbragstad> it'd be good to have most of the spec work for the release taken care of before or shortly after sydney
18:27:28 <lbragstad> does anyone else have anything for trello status?
18:28:44 <lbragstad> #topic queens retrospective
18:29:03 <lbragstad> does anyone have objections to holding the queens-1 retro during this meeting next week?
18:29:26 <hrybacki> I think it's a good idea
18:29:43 <lbragstad> i figured most everyone will have time blocked off anyway
18:30:38 <gagehugo_phone> Sounds good to me
18:30:56 <cmurphy> +1
18:31:06 <lbragstad> cool - we'll plan on doing the retro next week then
18:31:19 <lbragstad> #topic open discussion
18:31:37 <lbragstad> fwiw - the openstack-ansible upgrade job has been removed in favor of something else
18:32:11 <lbragstad> as a result, odyssey4me has moved the job into the keystone repository
18:32:13 <lbragstad> #link https://review.openstack.org/#/c/514765/
18:32:29 <lbragstad> this was discussed this morning in #openstack-ansible
18:32:31 <lbragstad> #link http://eavesdrop.openstack.org/irclogs/%23openstack-ansible/%23openstack-ansible.2017-10-24.log.html#t2017-10-24T13:23:59
18:33:16 <lbragstad> just fyi - and encouraging folks to review that if they're interested
18:35:07 <gagehugo_phone> Eventually all the jobs will be moved into the project repos right?
18:35:24 <lbragstad> gagehugo_phone: that's a good question - i'm not 100% sure
18:36:28 <lbragstad> clarkb: or fungi might have a better answer?
18:36:49 <clarkb> not all jobs
18:37:14 <clarkb> I think the plan is to keep the PTI defined jobs in project-config to ensure projects are running them along with any of the "system-required" jobs
18:37:29 <clarkb> then anything that needs access to infra secrets will remain in eg project-config
18:37:38 <clarkb> but the vast majority of jobs should be able to move into your repos
18:38:04 <gagehugo_phone> Ah ok
18:38:07 <lbragstad> i assume functional or ldap testing might fall into that category?
18:38:58 <clarkb> yes
18:39:09 <lbragstad> cool
18:40:13 <lbragstad> unless anyone has anything else - we can get some time back
18:40:22 <lbragstad> reminder office hours starts in 20 minutes
18:40:41 <gagehugo_phone> Thanks clarkb
18:40:52 <ayoung> We have the Amazon walk thru tomorrow, right?
18:40:57 <lbragstad> yes
18:41:07 <lbragstad> tomorrow at 1500 UTC
18:41:22 <lbragstad> ayoung: thanks for the reminder
18:41:33 <ayoung> Cool
18:43:10 <lbragstad> thanks for coming!
18:43:13 <lbragstad> #endmeeting