Pending action itemsEdit
From last week:
- Go through approved RFCs and make sure they are on someone's board
- Expand committee priorities (phab:T96903) etherpad http://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/ArchitectureCommittee-Priorities , abstract out topic areas
S will publish sanitized backlog of minutes. still TODO, he cleaned #Architecture tag, Daniel added some ideas
RFCs to triageEdit
Nothing in Inbox. ArchCom workboard has some RFCs on it (Daniel will remove tag), but none are new.
Updated phab:T95654 "RFC: Business Layer Architecture on budget" with meetbot conclusion, assigned back to Yurik
IRC meeting schedulingEdit
- Re-evaluate varnish-level request-restart behavior on 5xx phab:T97206
- Request timeouts and retries phab:T97204
- Graphical configuration interface phab:T388
Can we resolve:
- phab:T340 "Start the process of expanding the arch committee"? A: Yes
- phab:T590 "RfC: Graph"? -> Brion
- phab:T488 "Define a process to involve the community triaging and promoting architecture RfCs"? A: OK
Hackathon discussion on future of cte:
- Gabriel: should we be clear in advance that we are waiting for Rob to be back before we commit to long term plans?
- Brion: focus on top priorities, content; solicit feedback on structure, but don't make it the main focus
- Daniel: we could have a discussion about legitimisation and community involvement in the c'tee
- Could talk about non-WMF users and their needs
- Students will be at Lyon
- Improving documentation: better mid-level documentation, like $IP/docs directory, synchronised with wiki
- defer *decisions* until Rob, but brainstorm and present ideas / options
- figure out big questions / goals, think about structure to make that happen
- Tim: survey about value of architecture committee?
New action itemsEdit
- Brion: conclude phab:T590 "RfC: Graph"
- Gabriel and Brion to continue work on http://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/ArchitectureCommittee-Priorities
- Gabriel to create task for revision-related storage issues (related to phab:T96384, RB, others)
- Continue discussion on governance / architectural leadership + vision via mail