The OPNFV projects hold their various public meetings on
IRC, in the
#opnfv-meeting channel on Freenode, or in a channel specific to the project as noted on the project wiki page. Everyone is encouraged to attend. Connect to IRC via webclient. IRC meeting log and minutes are available from LF's IRC log server. (Tips on creating meeting minutes with MeetBot)
Some projects use
Zoom for audio conference and desktop sharing. There are two Zoom accounts for technical community meetings and you can find call logistics for the two accounts at Zoom Meeting info
Please make sure there is a page for your meeting located under the /meetings folder of the wiki. See the example1 meeting below.
- EDIT THE CALENDAR
Customise the different types of events you'd like to manage in this calendar.#legIndex/#totalLegs
- RESTRICT THE CALENDAR
Optionally, restrict who can view or add events to the team calendar.#legIndex/#totalLegs
- SHARE WITH YOUR TEAM
Grab the calendar's URL and email it to your team, or paste it on a page to embed the calendar.#legIndex/#totalLegs
- ADD AN EVENT
The calendar is ready to go! Click any day on the calendar to add an event or use the Add event button.#legIndex/#totalLegs
Subscribe to calendars using your favourite calendar client.#legIndex/#totalLegs
New Weekly Meeting Schedule Format
Copy and paste and edit this text for your meeting. Please arrange your meetings in time order from Monday to Friday with UTC as the reference. This will allow viewers to quickly find the local time and needed info for their meeting.
- 1 Meetings Tips
- Community Meetings
- OPNFV Marketing Goals for 2020
- OPNFV Marketing Working Group
- OPNFV Messaging for 2020
- Project Team Meetings
- Working Group Meetings
- zzZZZ Dormant Meetings
- MANO Working Group Meeting
- OpenvSwitch for NFV
- Parser Team Weekly Meeting
- Polestar Working Group Meeting
- Promise Team Meetings
- Release Planning (Asia/Pacific)
- Release Process Working Group Meeting
- Security Group
- VNF Event Streaming
We are switching to the text format above for meeting tracking.
This is similar to what is being done with the OpenStack Meetings page and will align us with team members working in both communities.
As another reference point here is the OpenDaylight Meeting Page also in text (not table) format.