[Openinfralabs] Operate First OKRs and Manfisto
bburns at redhat.com
Fri Apr 24 17:28:23 UTC 2020
I took the Operate First Manifesto that we had created for the Red Hat
initiative and made a community version that I have added to the website
git repo. I created a merge request to add it. Let me know if there are
any issues with my request....
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:
> 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
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