14:01:10 <sgordon> #startmeeting telcowg
14:01:11 <openstack> Meeting started Wed Sep  9 14:01:10 2015 UTC and is due to finish in 60 minutes.  The chair is sgordon. Information about MeetBot at http://wiki.debian.org/MeetBot.
14:01:12 <sgordon> #link https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/TelcoWorkingGroup
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14:01:15 <sgordon> #topic roll call
14:01:15 <openstack> The meeting name has been set to 'telcowg'
14:01:16 * sgordon here
14:01:22 <aveiga> hello
14:01:53 <cloudon> hi
14:02:03 <bryan_att> hello
14:02:40 <sgordon> #topic OpenStack Summit Tokyo
14:02:43 <sgordon> just an FYI here
14:02:48 <sgordon> #info Working session confirmed Tuesday 2:00 - 2:40
14:02:52 <sgordon> #link http://mitakadesignsummit.sched.org/event/b060647ccd40868b30ef2ab5cab76fda#.VfAyOLOf5ak
14:03:13 <sgordon> i have a confirmed 40 minute slot with a ~30 person room and it is listed on the schedule as of yesterday
14:03:33 <sgordon> so for those of you keenly putting your schedules together for the event it is there ;)
14:04:02 <sgordon> #topic Volunteers for turning use cases into RFEs / backlog specs (Neutron / Nova) respectively
14:04:16 <sgordon> this is picking up something we discussed in an earlier meeting but i dont believe we got owners for
14:04:22 <sgordon> #info Taking BGP use case as a "guinea pig" to turn into RFEs/backlog
14:04:26 <sgordon> #info Taking Affinity gap from the IMS use case and doing same
14:04:39 <sgordon> i can probably take the latter
14:05:00 <cloudon> was going to suggest I could take it as it's mine, but you'll have better visibility into th eprocess
14:05:09 <sgordon> there is actually already a spec proposing soft affinity, and a broader spec proposal from jay about reworking server groups entirely
14:05:29 <sgordon> i think defining a more use case focused backlog spec might actually help them drive an implementation that meets the real need best
14:05:56 <sgordon> #action sgordon to write backlog spec for affinity gap from the IMS use case, bounce off cloudon for review/clarity :)
14:06:12 <cloudon> cool - happy to help in whatever way I can
14:06:19 <sgordon> cloudon, np i will reach out if/when i need to confirm some details and provide a link to the submission as well
14:06:29 <sgordon> so that leaves us with the BGP one
14:06:55 <sgordon> i should add that we probably also might want to merge the use cases to kick this off...
14:07:02 <sgordon> #link https://review.openstack.org/179142
14:07:07 <sgordon> #link https://review.openstack.org/171680
14:07:35 <sgordon> aveiga, any chance you could take a look at either of those?
14:07:42 <sgordon> (just from a review perspective)
14:07:56 <aveiga> sgordon: will do
14:08:09 <sgordon> ta
14:08:43 <sgordon> if there is no lucky volunteer w.r.t. BGP use case i will reach out to mathieu and see if he is willing/able to own the next step
14:09:11 <sgordon> #action sgordon to reach out to Mathieu (owner of BGP submission) about next steps.
14:09:23 <sgordon> #topic Reviews
14:09:25 <sgordon> #link https://review.openstack.org/#/q/status:open+project:stackforge/telcowg-usecases,n,z
14:09:36 <sgordon> that discussion bleeds into the normal review discussion
14:09:46 <cloudon> thanks for sorting out the SBC/IMS git gotchas
14:09:55 <sgordon> but basically i want to get a few more of these merged so that we can see how they feed into product wg/rfes/backlogs
14:10:03 <sgordon> cloudon, np :)
14:10:10 <cloudon> now just need some magic +2s...
14:10:48 <sgordon> as cloudon notes there were some issues with the vIMS/SBC use case submissions that needed some git magic (incorrect dependency and a file accidentally included in the wrong one) but they should be resolved now
14:12:40 <sgordon> im guessing we dont have ralf/mathieu/dan to discuss the ones that need some iteration
14:14:54 <sgordon> ok
14:14:58 <sgordon> let's call it for now
14:15:23 <sgordon> i will attempt to handle the vIMS gap and hopefully we can use that to guide others on how to pitch in with those next steps
14:15:43 <cloudon> ok, thanks
14:16:14 <sgordon> once we have sounded that out we can also possibly look at how we help e.g. OPNFV use cases make their way in through a similar pipeline
14:16:15 <aveiga> thanks, sgordon
14:16:33 <sgordon> np
14:16:38 <sgordon> thanks all for your time
14:16:40 <sgordon> #endmeeting