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Attendees & Representation
TSC Members and Project representatives should mark their attendance below
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|TSC Voting Members|
|Technical Representatives||Community Representatives|
Sukhdev Kapur - Juniper
Darien Hirotsu - TachTech
Sanju Abraham - Stackpath
Edward Ting - Cloudasoft
Herakliusz Lipiec - Intel
Ian Rae - CloudOps
|Community Elected Roles|
Marek Chwal- CodiLime
- Start the Recording
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- Agenda Bashing, Roll Call, Action Items (5 Minutes)
- General Topics
- Developer & Testing Forum
- TAC & SPC Update
- Gerrit Migration
- Any Other Topics
Developer & Testing Forum
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TAC & SPC Update
- Project XGVela inducted into LFN as a sandbox project
- Gerrit migration to gerrit.tungsten.io is complete
- review.opencontrail.org will be put into read-only mode.
- Jira integration is currently disabled. The callback to the Juniper Jira is currently broken.
- DW Talton I can turn this on but not forcing the integration.
- General agreement from the community that this should be enabled.
- This is a good moment to start using TF Jira for bugs related to TF source code. James Kelly mentioned that there are a lot of issues in Juniper JIRA and it will take time for Juniper to figure out how to use both JIRAs at the same time. One of the problems is that TF and Juniper have a different release schedule.
- James Kelly talked about the need for community alignment on maintenance releases.
- Casey Cain showed a release overview and explained milestone acceptance criteria and planned deadlines dependencies
- Casey Cain mentioned that without participation from the people assigned as PTL Tungsten will die in 2021
- 3 levels of responsibility and engagement - PTLs, Module committers, and also people responsible for particular changes represented by epics (assigned to TFF tickets in Jira and noted at Release Overview page)
- Ian Rae In total agreement. Critical at this time to have PTLs step into the open (visible leadership) and which will generate a momentum which will enable community growth and engagement and lead to that feedback loop.
- discussion about how to get proper people on board and engaged → process presentation on LFN Dev day - Sukhdev and James will support us with having all these people on that meeting.
- Marek Chwal mentioned what is needed for Tungsten Fabric Release to be ready - what steps we need to follow:
- Documentation - (decontrailization), make it TF doc) → Szymon Golebiewski
- Release Notes for TF Release → Nick Davey, Szymon Golebiewski, Marek Chwal
- Tungsten Fabric CI build working → DW Talton, Alexandre Levine
- Release artifact (deployment package) - where to keep it (repo - There are packages in dockerhub, but not fully build final artifact), properly mark it (release ID) → DW Talton Alexandre Levine
- TSC voting