17:00:05 <andreaf> #startmeeting qa
17:00:06 <openstack> Meeting started Thu Sep 28 17:00:05 2017 UTC and is due to finish in 60 minutes.  The chair is andreaf. Information about MeetBot at http://wiki.debian.org/MeetBot.
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17:00:16 <andreaf> #https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Meetings/QATeamMeeting#Agenda_for_September_28th_2017_.281700_UTC.29 Today's agenda
17:00:32 <andreaf> Hello everyone, who's here for the meeting today? o/
17:01:10 <chandankumar> \o
17:01:13 <blancos> o/
17:01:28 <mguiney> o/
17:02:14 <andreaf> hello :)
17:02:37 <andreaf> Let's get started
17:03:10 <andreaf> I changed a bit the agenda and pruned a few things out
17:04:07 <andreaf> Not because we don't need to discuss things anymore, only I would like to keep the meetings to the time needed, and discuss topic when people add them to the agenda or bring them up during the meeting
17:05:41 <andreaf> According to what we discussed during PTG we will keep meetings even if they are not always getting a lot of participation, however I would like to keep them to the indispensible
17:06:03 <andreaf> ok let's move on
17:06:17 <andreaf> One thing I wanted to mention is the forum submission deadline
17:06:34 <andreaf> #info The deadline for submission of topics for the forum is tomorrow Sep 29th
17:07:08 <andreaf> So if you have ideas for things to be discussed there you still have a bit of time for that, but not much
17:07:26 <andreaf> #link https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/qa-sydney-forum-topics The etherpad for that
17:08:05 <andreaf> Otherwise I will submit the topics we had in Boston as well about getting feedback / input on QA tools from users
17:08:25 <andreaf> #topic bug triage
17:09:29 <andreaf> As discussed during the PTG I would like to setup the role of bug czar and I put together a proposed definition of the role
17:09:32 <andreaf> #link https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/qa-bug-czar
17:10:00 <andreaf> chandankumar graciously offered to help and take the role
17:10:23 <andreaf> so I would like people input on the etherpad
17:10:29 <chandankumar> andreaf: thanks :-)
17:10:36 <andreaf> chandankumar: thank you
17:10:44 <andreaf> let me know what you think about that
17:11:38 <andreaf> since we are such a small group today I would switch to open discussion now
17:11:52 <andreaf> so people can bring up any topic they may have for discussion
17:12:02 <andreaf> #topic Open Discussion
17:12:59 * mguiney waves
17:13:27 <mguiney> hello! two things, both tempest related:
17:14:26 <mguiney> the first being that I currently have a tempest patch up for review: https://review.openstack.org/#/c/500470/
17:14:27 <patchbot> patch 500470 - tempest - Add "list projects for a single-project user" test
17:14:52 <mguiney> and would really appreciate some review so I can keep moving towards getting it merged
17:15:29 <andreaf> #link https://review.openstack.org/#/c/500470/
17:15:30 <patchbot> patch 500470 - tempest - Add "list projects for a single-project user" test
17:16:13 <mguiney> (thank you, apologies for using the wrong format, not super used to talking in this meeting :) )
17:16:39 <andreaf> mguiney: no worries
17:17:41 <andreaf> mguiney: ok I will review it
17:17:53 <andreaf> mguiney: what's the second thing?
17:17:58 <mguiney> the second thing was to give y'all a heads up that we're currently doing scoring for the new guideline over on the interop side of things, and as a result there may be a new few tests incoming!
17:18:17 <mguiney> not a huge thing, just letting people know :)
17:18:31 <andreaf> mguiney: thanks for the heads up
17:18:54 <andreaf> it would be handy to have a note in the commit message about the tests being interop related when the patch are written
17:19:36 <andreaf> mguiney: do you know for what services?
17:20:39 <mguiney> cinder, thus far, i'm currently sussing out which new capabilities are and are not covered
17:21:06 <mguiney> and maybe a new one for swift
17:21:34 <mguiney> i'm looking forward to getting to write some new tests, should be interesting :)
17:22:00 <mguiney> and can do, i'll certainly note that theyre for the new capabilities :)
17:22:33 <andreaf> mguiney: that's nice, thank you
17:23:18 <mguiney> cool! well thank you for hearing me out, that's all for me!
17:24:35 <andreaf> anything else?
17:25:01 <andreaf> blancos, felipe mentioned that patrole CI was broken a lot due to tempest changes recently
17:25:12 <andreaf> blancos: is it any better now?
17:25:35 <blancos> andreaf Yes we've been reviewing and merging patches, I think the issue has been resolved
17:25:37 <blancos> Thank you
17:25:42 <andreaf> blancos: I was wondering it we should have a review of the APIs in tempest used by patrole that are not stable interfaces
17:25:54 <andreaf> blancos: ok good to hear
17:26:28 <blancos> andreaf That might be a good idea
17:27:57 <andreaf> blancos: unless there is a need for it I don't plan to mark more tempest interfaces as stable (after test.py is done) - so if Patrole needs something it would be good to know about it
17:28:29 <blancos> andreaf I'll have to look them over and get back to you on which ones we might need
17:28:39 <andreaf> cool, thank you!
17:29:15 <andreaf> ok, unless there is something else, I would give everyone 30min back of your lives, and close the meeting here ^_^
17:30:01 <andreaf> ok thanks everyone! have a great day
17:30:06 <andreaf> #endmeeting