20:00:05 <johnsom> #startmeeting Octavia
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20:00:09 <openstack> The meeting name has been set to 'octavia'
20:00:11 <sbalukoff> Howdy folks!
20:00:17 <johnsom> Hi there
20:00:27 <johnsom> #topic Announcements
20:00:54 <johnsom> I don't have any major announcements this week.  Octavia is open for Ocata merge.
20:00:57 <sbalukoff> I have an announcement!
20:01:12 <johnsom> We are planning to have a fishbowl meeting in Barcelona
20:01:22 <johnsom> sbalukoff Go for it
20:01:40 <sbalukoff> Due to changes in the team I'm in at IBM, I will very, very likely be taken off of working on upstream Octavia and Neutron-LBaaS.
20:01:52 <johnsom> Ugh
20:01:58 <sbalukoff> I've not been told to stop working on it yet, so my goal is to get as many reviews of stuff done in the short term as I can.
20:01:59 * johnsom is sad
20:02:05 <sbalukoff> And hopefully get some code for y'all merged.
20:02:13 <sbalukoff> I have also been told I'm still going to Barcelona.
20:02:28 <sbalukoff> But you can expect there to be very little coming from my corner after Barcelona.
20:02:45 <johnsom> That is good.  At least it won't be just Doug, Adam, and I in the design summit session
20:02:45 <sbalukoff> And if I'm totally taken off, I'll probably ask y'all to remove my core credentials.
20:03:11 <johnsom> Ok.  Sorry to hear it.
20:03:20 <sbalukoff> In any case, I recommend we start looking at who is contributing and elect another core or two soon.
20:03:31 <johnsom> I hope we can make good progress on getting Act/Act in shape
20:03:45 <sbalukoff> Anyway, that's all I had to say for now. Figured y'all ought to know.
20:03:55 <johnsom> Yeah, we talked about that at the mid-cycle.
20:04:09 <johnsom> Thank you for the update.
20:04:20 <johnsom> Any other announcements?
20:04:38 <johnsom> #topic Brief progress reports / bugs needing review
20:04:47 <sbalukoff> O!
20:05:19 <johnsom> Ok, I have been working to get the functional tests going again.  I have also been working from the back on catching up with reviews.
20:05:21 <sbalukoff> This patch is still outstanding:
20:05:25 <sbalukoff> #link https://review.openstack.org/#/c/380020/
20:05:32 <johnsom> There are a few that I think are ready short of some minor cleanup.
20:05:43 <sbalukoff> It would be great if I could get some reviews and get to a merge-able state before I'm no longer on the project.
20:06:27 <johnsom> Yep, I should probably bump that forward on my list.  I was working from the back in "fairness" to the older patches, but yes, there is now urgency.
20:06:46 <sbalukoff> *nod*
20:06:59 <sbalukoff> Again, my intent is to just do lots of reviews until they tell me to stop. :)
20:07:19 <johnsom> Yes, thank you.  I am definitely in "review" mode now too
20:07:46 <johnsom> Ok, any other updates?
20:08:00 <johnsom> I think ptoohill has quotas close if not ready for review
20:08:03 <sbalukoff> Are we the only ones at this meeting? o.O
20:08:25 <sbalukoff> Oh, cool! I'll check out ptoohill's patch then.
20:08:25 <johnsom> I was wondering, but didn't want to know the answer.....
20:08:55 <johnsom> Carlos also has sorting/pagination in progress.  I think he still has a few things to finish up on it
20:09:13 <johnsom> Is dougwig around today?
20:09:14 <sbalukoff> Ok.
20:09:20 <xgerman> o/
20:09:40 <sbalukoff> Oh hey! Hi german!
20:09:44 <sbalukoff> Er... xgerman.
20:10:01 <johnsom> The next three items on the agenda I was hoping he could comment on.  Two were carryovers he was looking into for us.
20:10:16 <sbalukoff> Aah, yes.
20:10:25 <johnsom> The new one is about the Go web server Dustin posted.
20:10:50 <johnsom> Personally I don't have a problem with it, but I know the TC has made Go a bad word, so wanted some feedback.
20:11:31 <xgerman> Everything is faster in GO - they are just jealous
20:11:44 <sbalukoff> I actually think having a more versatile, low-resource, simple-to-configure and standards-compliant webserver for scenario testing makes a LOT of sense.
20:11:52 <xgerman> +1
20:11:58 <johnsom> Ok, so no dougwig today.  I guess we will carry those again.
20:12:12 <xgerman> what happened to him? hunting season?
20:12:24 <johnsom> Yeah.  I'm just worried it is flying into the TC firestorm around go...
20:12:25 <sbalukoff> I've always disliked the netcat hack we've been using, and have suspected it for causing some of the troubleshooting issues we've had with scenario tests in the past. :/
20:12:46 <sbalukoff> I mean, I'd take lighttpd over a netcat solution.
20:12:53 <xgerman> we can always use a C/C++ web server?
20:13:24 <dougwig> was getting a crown, now i'm just sleepy.
20:13:27 <dougwig> what's the deal with go?
20:13:32 <sbalukoff> xgerman: Well... we could also just use apache. But again, the nice part about Go here is it's damned simple and super-high performance (which will be useful if we get any C10k improvements in.)
20:13:44 <sbalukoff> Which is also something Dustin wants to work on in the next few weeks. :/
20:13:54 <johnsom> dougwig The dentist again?  Brush your teeth man....
20:14:04 <xgerman> +1
20:14:07 <sbalukoff> We'd love to rub a 500k-connection demo of Octavia in the IBM managers' faces. :)
20:14:09 <johnsom> dougwig https://review.openstack.org/#/c/382067/3
20:14:24 <xgerman> sbalukoff awesome!!
20:14:48 <johnsom> I don't have a concern about it other than "go" has been shunned by the TC recently.  Thoughts?
20:15:23 <dougwig> so, they said go can't be in the runtime path.  that's a test. i'd say we commit it and move forward.
20:15:37 <sbalukoff> Woot!
20:15:42 <johnsom> Ok, cool.  Yeah, it's purely test framework
20:15:57 <dougwig> i expect if we made a big deal of it that it might be an issue, but... i'm in ask for forgiveness mode, if it makes our tests better.
20:16:13 <johnsom> Yeah, I lean the same way
20:16:25 <sbalukoff> You'll hear no objections from me, eh!
20:16:31 <johnsom> #topic Translations
20:16:38 <johnsom> Any update?
20:17:25 <dougwig> +2
20:17:37 <dougwig> sorry, no update, i spaced this.  *goes to write it down this time.*
20:17:57 <johnsom> Ok, NP
20:18:06 <johnsom> #topic Debian package
20:18:10 <dougwig> ditto.
20:18:11 <johnsom> How about this one?
20:18:13 <johnsom> Ok
20:18:27 <johnsom> #topic Open Discussion
20:18:34 <dougwig> more correctly, my feelers were returned with, "i don't know", so i need to dig deeper on the debs
20:18:37 <johnsom> Ok, other topics?
20:19:06 <sbalukoff> *crickets*
20:19:33 <sbalukoff> Thanks folks! See you in the main channel!
20:19:41 <dougwig> for a little while yet.  :)
20:19:42 <johnsom> Ok, on that note Doug can't go sleep and we can go review!
20:19:54 <johnsom> #endmeeting