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I meant the monthly public TOC meetings (1st Tue of the month, the ones that aren't dedicated for project reviews)
On 17 Aug 2019, 15:08 +0100, Sarah Allen <sarah@...>, wrote:
It would be great to hear about what all the SIGs are doing at a TOC meeting, and have a regular time/place to share updates from SIG-Security.
I think I'm missing a little context -- I couldn't find anything in the toc repo
or by searching on google referencing frequency and format of "TOC open meetings."
Most meetings are public meetings and I think a few times per month would be too frequent. Does this refer to the meetings that usually happen at KubeCon/CloudNativeCon?
On Sat, Aug 17, 2019 at 1:58 AM Liz Rice <liz@...
I'm going to assume that folks didn't respond because they think it's a good idea :-)
Amye, please could you coordinate with the SIG chairs and get them onto the agenda for the next public TOC meeting (Sep)? These can be *brief* updates, maybe one slide each SIG. We'll see how it works and iterate from there.
On 8 Aug 2019, 10:46 +0100, Alex Chircop <alex.chircop@...
Yes - this makes sense - happy to do this. It would also serve as a means to get TOC feedback and for the SIG to raise any items that might require TOC discussion. If there are items that require a deep dive, they could even move to the SIG call directly perhaps.
+1 from me.
I’d like to suggest that every SIG should have a space on the TOC open meeting agenda to present an update. I’m picturing a summary of recent SIG outputs, upcoming plans, maybe a brief dive into any particularly interesting or contentious conclusions.
We can time-box these discussions and if there are additional questions or folks interested in a deeper dive, this could be scheduled separately.
What do you think?