At flock recently and at todays meeting we discussed plans moving
The first of those is to check our membership and make sure everyone is
still wanting to be involved. We have currently 1 open seat, but others
may wish to bow out now if they don't have time or desire.
So, could all existing Server working group members chime in on list if
they are interested in staying in the group or giving up their seat?
We will give two weeks (until the 2016-08-23 meeting) and then look to
fill empty seats with interested parties. Once the seats are filled we
will look at setting a new meeting time.
Sgallagh is going to try and clean up and present on list a new PRD for
us to review over the next week. Members can use that discussion to see
if they are still wishing to participate.
#fedora-meeting-1: Server Working Group Weekly Meeting (2016-09-06)
Meeting started by sgallagh at 20:00:11 UTC. The full logs are available
* Roll Call (sgallagh, 20:00:11)
* Agenda (sgallagh, 20:02:36)
* Agenda Item: Server Vision and Mission (sgallagh, 20:02:51)
* Agenda Item: Ansible Galaxy (sgallagh, 20:06:30)
* Server Vision and Mission (sgallagh, 20:07:34)
* AGREED: Server WG accepts "Anyone should be able to confidently
obtain, configure and deploy software services that address their
needs using readily-available and trustworthy recipes." as the
Fedora Server Vision (+8, 0, -0) (sgallagh, 20:16:18)
* AGREED: Server Edition Mission is: "Fedora Server Edition is an
ecosystem ideal for creating and operating validated service roles
addressing most computing needs" (+8, 0, -0) (sgallagh, 21:13:40)
Meeting ended at 21:14:29 UTC.
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We need to discuss our new plans going forward for the Fedora Server Edition.
Fedora has started adopting the Kellogg Logic Model for planning purposes. At
this year's Flock in Kraków, Poland, we started this process with the people who
I put together a Kanban board as an imperfect visualization of this
discussion so we can use that. In a proper visualization of the model, all of
the cards would have arrows pointing to the column to their right to indicate
which card they were implementing.
I'd like to continue this exercise with the larger Server SIG audience on this
mailing list. We will go through five unique phases, each corresponding to the
five columns in the Kellogg Logic Model from right to left (so we will start at
the rightmost column, "Impact" and then proceed through "Outcomes", "Outputs",
"Activities", and "Resources in order).
This thread will begin with "Impact". In the Kellogg Logic Model, this is the
high-level change we want to effect in the world. An analogue to this in our
original PRD would be our Mission and Vision statements.
At Flock, we summarized (and shortened) the Vision and Mission as follows:
* Vision: Admins default to choosing Fedora Server as a deployment platform for
apps and services
* Mission: Produce common base and server roles (best practices in a can)
So let's start by discussing these. Do we like these as our long-term end goals?
Should they be more specific or more vague?