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Attendees & Representation
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Szymon Golebiewski (Chair)
- Start the Recording
- We will start by mentioning the project's Antitrust Policy, which you can find linked from the LF and project websites. The policy is important where multiple companies, including potential industry competitors, are participating in meetings. Please review and if you have any questions, please contact your company legal counsel. Members of the LF may contact Andrew Updegrove at the firm Gesmer Updegrove LLP, which provides legal counsel to the LF.
- Agenda Bashing, Roll Call, Action Items (5 Minutes)
- General Topics
- Auth0 Migration
- Casey Cainworkflows update
- N3000 vRouter-DPDK building process. The details should be discussed and decided on the future meetings. The presentation is available here: TF N3000 building process proposal.pdf
- TSC priorities:
- Ongoing survey about community priorities - check the bottom of the page → 2021 TSC Priorities
- Results of the survey after one week:
- Communication regarding the development of TF features and bugs is done in TF JIRA - Critical
- Test documentation is stored in the TF repository and can be freely accessed - Highly needed
- Build procedure is written down and it’s stored in docs.tungsten.io - Critical / Highly needed
- Script for building TF are stored in tf-jenkins repository - Critical
- CI is managed by clearly nominated LF administrators with all needed privileges - Needed
- CI infrastructure is documented - Highly needed / Needed
- Documentation of where release artifacts are stored (docker hub etc.) is in docs.tungsten.io and what naming convention they follow - Critical
- LF administrators have access to all places where release artifacts are stored (docker hub etc.) - Highly needed / Needed
- Release artifacts are published by LF administrators, or people designated by TSC, after TSC approval - Critical / Highly needed
- All code added to TF is exposed in TF either through WebUI, API, or CLI. This means there is no code that is consumed only by proprietary additions - Highly needed
- PTL responsible for the development of new features delivers Release Notes for those features at the moment required by a milestone description - Critical
- PTL responsible for the development of new features delivers documentation for those features at the moment required by a milestone description - Critical
- PTL complies with TF release procedure (keeping EPIC up-to-date, TSC approvals, planning, delivery of the code, documentation, etc.) - Critical / Highly needed
- There is a person responsible for de-contralization of the source code - Highly needed
- There is a roadmap of code de-contralization - Highly needed / Needed
- Code added to TF repo doesn’t use naming other than Tungsten Fabric / TF - Highly needed / Needed
- All documents/blueprints/tests added to TF repo doesn’t use naming other than Tungsten Fabric / TF - HARD TO DECIDE
- All code migrated or added to TF has at least unit tests coverage and tests cannot be omitted from the development process - Critical / Highly needed
- Marketing channels (twitter, linkedin etc.) are managed by a person selected by the TSC or LFN representative - Highly needed
- Transparent project roadmap for the next release - Critical / Highly needed
- Technical Work Stream on Tuesday - a place to present new features, a place to ask questions
- Next week Pradeep Choudhary will talk about vRouter multihoming https://github.com/tungstenfabric/tf-specs/blob/master/R2105/l3mh.md
- Who from the community can participate in what way?
- Any Other Topics
- PTLs / Committers should verify that the appropriate LFID in the info.yaml files in the repositories.
- Vanessa Valderrama will be working on EasyCLA and will have a migration update for next week TSC meeting.
- Szymon Golebiewski discussed the 2021 TSC Priorities.
- Highlighted the need to ensure that we have "3rd party" verification of builds and code review.