[Rust-VMM] PTG & Open Infrastructure Summit in Denver, April 29 - May 4

Claire Massey claire at openstack.org
Fri Feb 15 17:48:33 UTC 2019

Great idea, Sebastien!  I’ve started this planning pad to capture the list of people who are planning to attend and to start brainstorming topics: 

https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/rust-vmm-2019-ptg-denver <https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/rust-vmm-2019-ptg-denver>

Paola, that’s great news. Please add your team to the list. 


> On Feb 15, 2019, at 11:41 AM, Paolo Bonzini <pbonzini at redhat.com> wrote:
> On 14/02/19 18:10, Claire Massey wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> Per our discussion on last week’s call, I went ahead and earmarked
>> space for the Rust-VMM community to come collaborate face-to-face in
>> the open during the Project Teams Gathering (PTG) event that’s
>> co-located with the Open Infrastructure Summit in Denver, April 29 -
>> May 4.
>> The main conference portion of the Summit takes place Mon-Weds and
>> the PTG developer working sessions run Thurs-Sat. I’ve requested a
>> dedicated work room for Rust-VMM to have for two full days on
>> Thurs/Fri. This is a great opportunity to get some focused hack time
>> together in person and also to collaborate with adjacent open source
>> communities. There’s also a lot of great content happening at the
>> beginning of the week during the Summit - likely including a
>> presentation or two about Rust-VMM.
>> In the coming weeks we’ll need to confirm if enough people are able
>> to attend the PTG to make use of the space. I really hope we can make
>> this work! The Kata Containers community will already be there in
>> full force and we’d love to get the rest of you from Firecracker,
>> Crosvm, QEMU and others to join us there.
> There should be 3-4 people from Red Hat.
> Paolo
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