[Openinfralabs] PTG October 2021 Team Signup

Ashlee Ferguson ashlee at openstack.org
Thu Jul 8 15:43:07 UTC 2021

Hi everyone,

Last week, we announced the next PTG will held virtually from Monday, October 18 to Friday, October 22, 2021. 

We will have the same schedule set up available as last time with three windows of time spread across the day to cover all timezones with breaks in between.

To signup your team, you must complete BOTH the survey[1] AND reserve time in the ethercalc[2] by end of day July 21.

We ask that the PTL/SIG Chair/Team lead sign up for time to have their discussions with 3 rules/guidelines:

1. Cross project discussions (like SIGs or support project teams) should be scheduled towards the start of the week so that any discussions that might shape those of other teams happen first.
2. No team should sign up for more than 4 hours per UTC day to help keep participants actively engaged. 
3. No team should sign up for more than 16 hours across all time slots to avoid burning out our contributors and to enable participation in multiple teams discussions.

Again, you need to fill out BOTH the ethercalc AND the survey to complete your team's sign up.

If you have any issues with signing up your team, due to conflict or otherwise, please let me know! While we are trying to empower you to make your own decisions as to when you meet and for how long (after all, you know your needs and teams timezones better than we do), we are here to help!

Once your team is signed up, please register[3]! And remind your team to register! Registration is free, but it's important that you sign up to let us know you'll be attending because that's how you'll receive event details, passwords, and other relevant information about the PTG.

Continue to visit openstack.org/ptg for updates.


[1] Team Survey: https://openinfrafoundation.formstack.com/forms/oct2021_vptg_survey
[2] Ethercalc Signup: https://ethercalc.openstack.org/8tum5yl1bx43 
[3] PTG Registration: https://openinfra-ptg.eventbrite.com 

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