[Openinfralabs] Operate First OKRs and Manfisto

Bill Burns bburns at redhat.com
Wed Apr 22 19:20:24 UTC 2020

On Tue, Apr 21, 2020 at 12:32 PM Jimmy McArthur <jimmy at openstack.org> wrote:

> Hi all!
> Last time we spoke we were in the process of moving OpenInfra Labs over to
> Gatsby and setting the site up on Netlify.  Unfortunately, that deliverable
> was pushed a bit and I'm expecting that to occur this week.  After that,
> we'll plan to move the site over to its final home on Gitlab, which is I
> think the preferred home for all of your development. Please let me know
> who your repo admins should be and I'll make sure to set that up as well.
> Re: the content suggestion below - yes!  Love that there is some interest
> in adding to the site content.  I think this could probably end up being
> either a blog post or a stand alone section on the site.  Either of which
> will be doable when we get the new structure in place.  In the meantime,
> can I suggest doing a PR against the existing site on github and we can
> just add this content to the homepage?  Once the new site is up, we can
> look at moving things into sections or individual posts as your community
> deems appropriate.
> Also worth mentioning, the OSF follows what we call the 4 Opens:
> https://osf.dev/about/four-opens/  I thought it might help with your
> operate first manifesto or if you think there is some content that could be
> added from the manifesto to the 4 Opens, please feel free to contribute:
> https://opendev.org/osf/four-opens/
I don't think this would change the four opens. Ideally communities will
decide to make
operational considerations part of their design and development processes
along with the
functionality they produce. You see this today with Kubernetes Operators,
where an
API for operations has developed that many projects are moving toward. I
a community like OSF could broadly embrace an idea of "open operations" as
well, as
some point.


> Jimmy
> Marcel Hild wrote on 4/21/20 5:04 AM:
> If we invite people to contribute to
> https://gitlab.com/open-infrastructure-labs/nerc-architecture I would
> love to explain why we do it all in the open.
> While the website https://openinfralabs.org/  is a good first start, it
> certainly lacks some content.
> In the spirit of release early and often, how about putting a community
> version of the operate first manifesto and the OKRs on that same webpage?
> Is this domain the right place for it? Or should we grab
> https://instantdomainsearch.com/#search=operatefirst
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