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[all] [tc] [docs] [release] [ptls] Docs as SIG: Ownership of docs.openstack.org

Doug Hellmann wrote:
>> On 2019-08-19 12:49:41 -0500 (-0500), Sean McGinnis wrote:
>> [...]
>>> there seems to be a big difference between owning the task of
>>> configuring the site for the next release (which totally makes
>>> sense as a release team task) and owning the entire
>>> docs.openstack.org site.
> The suggestion is for the release team to take over the site generator
> for docs.openstack.org (the stuff under â??wwwâ?? in the current
> openstack-manuals git repository) and for the SIG to own anything
> that looks remotely like â??contentâ??. There isnâ??t much of that left anyway,
> now that most of it is in the project repositories.

Yes, my understanding was that the release team would only own the site 
generation and associated cycle-tied mechanics. I felt like that was 
akin to "releasing the docs" (whatever they end up containing), and at 
this point docs are just a specific form of project team deliverable. We 
have to care for those things getting done as part of the release cycle 

It's not a great fit, but it's probably not the worst either. And there 
aren't that many alternatives solutions (the TC would arguably be a 
worse fit).

Thierry Carrez (ttx)