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Agenda Bashing, Roll Call, Action Items (5 Minutes)
[information] All blueprints contain links to test plans that are not accessible by the TF community. Please, open them to everyone or export to file and put it in the /tf-specs repo (Szymon Golebiewski)
[discussion] Documentation project is looking for volunteers to go through ToC of Contrail documentation and mark which pages are related to TF and which are valid only for Contrail (Szymon Golebiewski)
[information] TFF epic tickets are still not completed - only 9 out of 17 achieved M4 status... all assignees were personally informed via email (with CC to Jared and Sukhdev) about the necessity of proper information (Marek Chwal)
[discussion] how we would like to proceed with the Release publishing at the end of November if not all planned changes will be provided with full information (code, testing, documentation)? We should publish only those finished, and the rest shift to the next release. (all)
[discussion] plan for the next Feb/March 2021 Release on Juniper side, how we would like to accommodate it on TF site? (We should start next blueprints registration immediately) (Jared Linley)
Marek Chwalreviewed the current status of the release with the TSC.
Alexandre Levine There may be a need to withdraw from the current release because it is not currently in a deployable state. Michael Henkel needs to review and provide a status update.
Stephen Moore we are behind on qualification testing and not expected to be able to release until
Discussion was raised about the transparency of the project and community testing of the TF builds.
The general comments were that the community can't just "wait for the Juniper release" and then react after the fact. The CI process should be open to the community so that they can participate.