Fedora Server PRD Draft and call for participation
sgallagh at redhat.com
Wed Jan 15 13:21:07 UTC 2014
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On 01/10/2014 03:05 PM, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
> The first deliverable that the Fedora Server Working Group was
> tasked with was the production of a Product Requirements Document.
> This document is intended to provide a high-level view of the goals
> and primary deliverables of the Fedora Server distribution. A great
> deal of discussion has gone on during the weekly Working Group
> meetings as well as on the mailing list.
> At this time, the deadline for the delivery of the PRD is rapidly
> approaching. Originally it was due to be delivered for ratification
> on Monday, January 13th, but at the FESCo meeting on Wednesday, it
> was agreed to delay this deadline by a single week. The primary
> reason for this delay was so that the Fedora Cloud and Fedora
> Server groups could have some last discussions about overlap and
> respective areas of responsibility.
> This past Tuesday, we had an all-day PRD hackfest in IRC and have
> come up with a fairly strong draft. It is not yet complete
> (notably, there remains a FIXME under "Misc. Concerns" and some
> ambiguity around the Use Cases), but I believe that it is close
> enough to its final form (as envisioned by those people that have
> contributed to it), that we should expose this document to the
> wider world and ask for input before submitting it to the Fedora
> Engineering Steering Committee and Fedora Advisory Board a week
> from Monday.
> Please read through the PRD draft and provide feedback of any sort.
> If you see that we have missed or misrepresented any of our
> statements, we would very much like to hear this soon.
draft document has been updated with all changes proposed at the
Working Group meeting yesterday and is now presumed to be effectively
I respectfully request that all members of the Server Working Group
(CCed) respond with an approval vote, or if they feel something
requires changing, please describe it in detail.
Given that we must submit this to FESCo and the Board by Monday, I am
setting a hard deadline on Friday at 1600 UTC for votes.
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