Difference between revisions of "Networking/MonthlyCalls"

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=Past calls=
 
=Past calls=
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* [[Networking/MonthlyCalls/2014-08-11|August 11, 2014 minutes]]
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** New Guidelines for Contribution Credits
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** Review Alpha switch spec - see [[Networking/SpecsAndDesigns]]
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** ONIE testing/certification update
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** Review hw perf testing
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** Review optics testing
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** Review OOB switch
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** Review upcoming workshops
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** Discuss possible ONL contribution
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** Discuss open, standard API for NOS vendors
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** Discuss a possible HAL contribution
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* [[Networking/MonthlyCalls/2014-07-14|July 14, 2014 minutes]]
 
* [[Networking/MonthlyCalls/2014-07-14|July 14, 2014 minutes]]
 
** Review agenda for workshop
 
** Review agenda for workshop

Revision as of 00:38, 6 September 2014

  • Date: Monthly calls are on the 2nd monday of each month - next one is Monday, July 14, 2014
  • Start Time: 1:00 PM Eastern (10 AM Pacific)
  • End Time: 2:00 PM Eastern (11 AM Pacific)
  • If you want to join in the meeting with video and to see any document/slides presented, then you should just the meeting with fuze.
  • If you just want to join via phone/dial-in, the dial-in number is +1 (201) 479-4595, meeting number 24798495. Other dial-in numbers for international access are at https://www.fuze.com/extras/symphony
  • All this is at http://www.opencompute.org/community/events/ - you can click on the event in the calendar and copy the event to your calendar (Google).

Agenda/meeting notes:


Upcoming calls

  • August 11, 2014 - 1-2 PM US/Eastern (10-11 AM US/Pacific)

Past calls

  • August 11, 2014 minutes
    • New Guidelines for Contribution Credits
    • Review Alpha switch spec - see Networking/SpecsAndDesigns
    • ONIE testing/certification update
    • Review hw perf testing
    • Review optics testing
    • Review OOB switch
    • Review upcoming workshops
    • Discuss possible ONL contribution
    • Discuss open, standard API for NOS vendors
    • Discuss a possible HAL contribution