- Glance priorities 
- Nova placement resource provider update 
- Keystone Upcoming Deadlines 
- Ironic priorities and subteam reports 
- Keystone office hours 
- Nova notification update 
- Release countdown 
- Technical committee status update 
Self-healing SIG created
Adam Spiers announced the formation of a SIG around self-healing. Its scope is to coordinate the use and development of several OpenStack projects which can be combined in various ways to manage OpenStack infrastructure in a policy-driven fashion, reacting to failures and other events by automatically healing and optimising services.
Proposal for a QA SIG
A proposal to to have a co-existing QA special interest group (SIG) that would be a place for downstream efforts to have a common place in collaborating and sharing tests. Example today the OPNFV performs QA on OpenStack releases today and are actively looking for opportunities to share tools and test cases. While a SIG can exist to do some code, the QA team will remain for now since there are around 15 QA projects existing like Tempest and Grenade.
Improving the Process for Release Marketing
Collecting and summarizing “top features” during release time is difficult for both PTL’s and Foundation marketing. A system is now in place for PTL’s to highlight release notes . Foundation marketing will work with the various teams if needed to understand and make things more press friendly.