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15:01:41 <mlavalle> hi
15:02:09 <jschwarz> hi
15:02:13 <mlavalle> #topic Announcements
15:04:36 <carl_baldwin> mlavalle: hi.
15:04:37 <carl_baldwin> I may need to run out to take care of some pre-travel stuff this morning.
15:04:38 <mlavalle> any announcements other than the obvious one, summit is next week?
15:04:38 <carl_baldwin> I guess we all know that summit is coming up in just days.
15:04:38 <carl_baldwin> mlavalle: I don’t have any.
15:04:38 <carl_baldwin> Oh, I guess there is one.
15:04:38 <mlavalle> any other anouncements by the team?
15:04:38 <carl_baldwin> The specs process policy change merged.
15:04:39 <carl_baldwin> specs are still in but deadlines are out and we file bugs for feature requests to be reviewed by the drivers team.
15:05:06 <mlavalle> carl_baldwin: deadlines to get specs in process approved?
15:05:30 <carl_baldwin> mlavalle: No hard deadlines.
15:05:53 <carl_baldwin> But, you should understand that proposals coming later will be much harder to fit in to the scope of a release.
15:06:07 <mlavalle> that's fair
15:06:34 <carl_baldwin> I will actually plan to start specs earlier since we should be able to get it open earlier.
15:06:48 <carl_baldwin> … instead of waiting for the official opening for a new release.
15:06:56 <carl_baldwin> That’s all I have for announcements.
15:07:08 <mlavalle> any other annoucements from the team?
15:07:32 <mlavalle> #opic Bugs
15:07:38 <mlavalle> #topic Bugs
15:08:43 <mlavalle> carl_baldwin: any bugs we ned to discuss today
15:08:45 <mlavalle> ?
15:09:11 <carl_baldwin> mlavalle: I don’t know of any new ones that need discussion.
15:09:49 <mlavalle> any body else?
15:10:09 <mlavalle> #topic Vancouver Summit planning
15:10:49 <mlavalle> carl_baldwin: anything we should know about the contributos day on Friday?
15:10:59 <mlavalle> contributors^^^^
15:12:06 <carl_baldwin> We’ve got a lot of topics:  IPAM, l3vpn, dynamic routing, address scopes, which could use time
15:12:25 <mlavalle> ok, moving on
15:12:31 <johnbelamaric> carl_baldwin: unfortunately I am leaving Friday morning
15:12:32 <mlavalle> #topic IPAM
15:13:07 <carl_baldwin> tidwellr: johnbelamaric: pavel_bondar:  How are we doing?
15:13:23 <pavel_bondar> carl_baldwin: good
15:13:56 <pavel_bondar> I have started to decompose my refactor to use new IPAM review into 2 separate review
15:13:57 <carl_baldwin> pavel_bondar: I think the patch is shaping up.  I’m still worried it is a bit large for reviewers to easily handle.  Any thoughts?
15:14:15 <carl_baldwin> Ah, you beat me!
15:14:20 <pavel_bondar> ))
15:14:45 <tidwellr> pavel_bondar: cool, it is a large review to digest
15:14:53 <pavel_bondar> The first part is uploaded already, it contains pure refactor, moving methods between classes and so on
15:15:07 <carl_baldwin> I honestly think that it will help to break it up a bit if we can find good boundaries to divide it on.
15:15:14 <pavel_bondar> It replaces current review #link https://review.openstack.org/#/c/153236/
15:15:23 <carl_baldwin> pavel_bondar: Thanks for the link.
15:15:38 <pavel_bondar> and the second one is comming soon where new ipam code is added
15:15:53 <pavel_bondar> I will make it to depend on this one
15:15:57 <carl_baldwin> pavel_bondar: If it is pure refactoring, the size is more manageable in my opinion.
15:15:58 <johnbelamaric> I think that was a good idea to make it more digestible
15:16:18 <carl_baldwin> +1241, -1037 isn’t terrible when most of it is moving code.
15:17:02 <carl_baldwin> pavel_bondar: Good.
15:17:20 <pavel_bondar> there are also some interface changes for some internal methods, but yeah, mostly is just moving methods around
15:18:35 <carl_baldwin> pavel_bondar: I now have some momentum on it and I will keep that going today.
15:18:52 <carl_baldwin> Hopefully other reviews will find some time to spend on it today too.
15:18:54 <pavel_bondar> carl_baldwin: nice, thanks!
15:19:05 <mlavalle> anyhing else on ipam?
15:19:37 <johnbelamaric> mlavalle: just that pavel_bondar is going on vacation for two weeks so another engineer will be picking it up while he is out
15:19:44 <pavel_bondar> carl_baldwin: fyi, I will be on vacation starting tomorrow, so hosung hwang will maintain these patches
15:19:53 <pavel_bondar> yeah
15:20:06 <mlavalle> thanks for letting us know
15:20:18 <mlavalle> moving on......
15:20:33 <carl_baldwin> pavel_bondar: Yes, hosung has sent an email of introduction.
15:20:41 <carl_baldwin> Anything more on IPAM?
15:20:47 <pavel_bondar> that is it
15:21:01 <mlavalle> #topic l3vpn
15:21:29 <mlavalle> carl_baldwin: you are leading this, right?
15:21:55 <carl_baldwin> Is there anyone around to talk l3vpn or mpls/bgp?
15:22:21 <carl_baldwin> If not, I don’t think there is much to discuss right now except that I think “address scopes” is a step in the right direction.
15:22:31 <pc_m> carl_baldwin: There has been some discussion in the VPN IRC meetings.
15:22:52 <pc_m> carl_baldwin: on mpls/bgp vpn.
15:23:40 <carl_baldwin> pc_m: Can you link to a transcript?  I did not attend.
15:23:49 <pc_m> carl_baldwin: checking...
15:24:18 <pc_m> #link http://eavesdrop.openstack.org/meetings/vpnaas/2015/vpnaas.2015-05-12-16.03.log.html
15:24:32 <pc_m> I think there was some discussion the week before as well.
15:25:01 <pc_m> matrohon will be creating a wiki for BPG/MPLS VPN
15:25:26 <pc_m> probably need to coordinate work between the two teams...
15:26:25 <carl_baldwin> pc_m: Thanks, we do need to coordinate.
15:26:50 <mlavalle> anything else on l3vpn?
15:27:37 <mlavalle> it doesn't seem there is anybody from the mpls/bgp team?
15:28:26 <mlavalle> do we have anything to discuss about ipv6?
15:28:55 <mlavalle> or routing-networks?
15:28:57 <carl_baldwin> sc68cal: ?  ^
15:29:05 <sc68cal> Think right now the main focus is the PD patch
15:29:06 <carl_baldwin> mlavalle: Nothing on routing networks for now.
15:29:25 <sc68cal> it's gotten a little big to review - I know for me at least
15:29:38 <carl_baldwin> sc68cal: Very timely reminder.
15:30:03 <sc68cal> so I'm hoping the author can break it into the API+DB then the implementation
15:30:09 <mlavalle> #topic ipv6
15:30:43 <mlavalle> anything else on ipv6?
15:30:54 <sc68cal> I don't see baoli
15:31:04 <sc68cal> HenryG: anything on the ipv6 side you can think of?
15:31:31 <carl_baldwin> Just a link
15:31:33 <carl_baldwin> #link https://review.openstack.org/#/c/158697/
15:32:09 <mlavalle> I think we can move on......
15:32:25 <mlavalle> #topic Open Discussion
15:32:45 <mlavalle> any topics folks want to bring up?
15:32:58 <carl_baldwin> tidwellr: devvesa:  Anything on dynamic routing?
15:33:27 <carl_baldwin> Vikram said that he would be travelling during this meeting.
15:33:29 <tidwellr> just waiting on devvesa to finish restoring some patches
15:33:45 <carl_baldwin> … and rebasing?
15:33:56 <tidwellr> right, restore/rebase
15:34:38 <carl_baldwin> Okay.
15:35:29 <mlavalle> any other topic?
15:36:21 <carl_baldwin> I look forward to seeing/meeting many of you at the summit.
15:36:31 <sc68cal> ++
15:36:31 <carl_baldwin> Safe travels to all.
15:36:36 <mlavalle> In that case, will return 20 minutes to your busy agendas. Looking forward to see you all in Vancouver
15:36:53 <mlavalle> #endmeeting