We have space for in-person activities around the Operate First project at
the Southern California Linux Expo (SCaLE) the weekend of 28 - 31 July.
The original ideas from last December didn't become plans, so the space is
still available without a plan for use.
Do you have any ideas and interest in helping plan and run something on
that day? Or should we let this one go by?
The day would be Friday 29 July, which is typically used for day-long
workshops, meetups, and so forth. This is a good event for people who are
US or Americas-based. It has been moved for this year to an older location,
the Hilton at LAX, which is an okay venue and convenient for travel.
If possible, I'd like us to know by the end of this week if there is any
interest in doing something, otherwise I want to return the offer of space
- Have people take some SRE training and perform some hands-on labs; make
the appeal especially to students and people with non-specific backgrounds.
- Onboard Open Source projects -- would mean recruiting some in advance to
come to the workshop for this, and putting out a general call, "When you
are ready to test your cloud service beyond CI/CD ..."
- Do some work in support of OS-Climate and ODH on the Operate First
- Have an introduction workshop for Data Science or AI Ops
I'm not sure if this is a tried idea, it could be very popular, and we
could be showing people how to use ODH tools on their own laptops, show
some GitOps, etc. Might be a nice one to share a workshop teaching stage
with a mix of people from the DS Team and SIG-Ops
- SRE community of practice birds of a feather-type day
Karsten Wade [he/him/his] | Principal Community Architect | @quaid
Red Hat Open Source Program Office (OSPO) : @redhatopen
The Open Source Way : https://theopensourceway.org
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