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Re: Akraino Charter

Wenjing Chu <Wenjing.Chu@...>
 

Visibility is the same whether we call it project or blueprint. I’m fine with either name.

Do note that if blueprint A and blueprint B share a component developed within Akraino, we will then need to create another blueprint C, as you suggested, and A and B would have dependency on C.

The key point here that Srini brought up is that we explicitly state that functionality development is in scope for Akraino.

Wenjing
From: Thomas Nadeau
To: main<main@...>
Subject: Re: [akraino] Akraino Charter
Time: 2018-09-05 08:00:05

The idea for doing everything in blueprints is that it brings visibility into any work that impacts the project to both the TSC, but also clearly in writing so any others (i.e.: integration, testing, etc...) that might be external to the project have clear information about what is planned or underway.  On a related note, I view blue prints as being largely analogous to epics, and in the same way are a good way to plan for a current or future release, and just a good way to organize the moving parts of a large project like this one potentially can turn out to be.

--Tom


On Tue, Sep 4, 2018 at 7:30 PM Wenjing Chu <Wenjing.Chu@...> wrote:

As long as we agree that such work should take place in Akraino, then it’s just naming. Yes, we could have a “non-integration blueprint”, but it seems really confusing to me.

 

Wenjing

 

From: main@... [mailto:main@...] On Behalf Of Thomas Nadeau
Sent: Tuesday, September 04, 2018 1:34 PM
To: main@...
Subject: Re: [akraino] Akraino Charter

 

 

On Tue, Sep 4, 2018 at 2:47 PM Wenjing Chu <Wenjing.Chu@...> wrote:

Very good point. We do need to clarify this as soon as possible.

 

In the initial draft on blueprints, I proposed that we (a) use “project” as a unit for all the development work in Akraino, and (b) categorize projects into 2 types: functional projects and blueprint integration projects. (b) is similar to what Kandan called “vertical” and “horizontal”, but uses terms closer to those in other communities.

 

-        Functional projects develop functionalities to fill identified gaps.

 

Why wouldn't you do a blueprint for those too - perhaps a shorter blue print?  

 

--Tom

 

-        Integration projects are responsible to deliver end-to-end ‘blueprints’. Integration projects can utilize the outputs of functional projects, and all upstream open source projects.

 

Wenjing

 

From: main@... [mailto:main@...] On Behalf Of Srini
Sent: Tuesday, September 04, 2018 9:50 AM
To: main@...
Subject: [akraino] Akraino Charter

 

Hi Akraino TSC,

 

In the last developer conference, TSC has taken an AI to come out with the Akraino charter definition.

Much of the discussion on last developer conference is mostly about blueprints, except for one break-out session.

 

In regional orchestration, Edge API and AI breakout session, we talked about the need for them and the consensus is that Akraino project is the right place to develop them.  In one of the Kandan’s presentation, it was clear that Akraino is not only for developing blueprints for various use cases, but is also a home for Edge related open source projects for the functionality where there is a gap in the open source community. Please consider making the Akraino charter clear on the aspect of development projects to avoid any confusion.

 

Thanks

Srini

 

 

 


Re: Akraino Charter

Thomas Nadeau
 

The idea for doing everything in blueprints is that it brings visibility into any work that impacts the project to both the TSC, but also clearly in writing so any others (i.e.: integration, testing, etc...) that might be external to the project have clear information about what is planned or underway.  On a related note, I view blue prints as being largely analogous to epics, and in the same way are a good way to plan for a current or future release, and just a good way to organize the moving parts of a large project like this one potentially can turn out to be.

--Tom


On Tue, Sep 4, 2018 at 7:30 PM Wenjing Chu <Wenjing.Chu@...> wrote:

As long as we agree that such work should take place in Akraino, then it’s just naming. Yes, we could have a “non-integration blueprint”, but it seems really confusing to me.

 

Wenjing

 

From: main@... [mailto:main@...] On Behalf Of Thomas Nadeau
Sent: Tuesday, September 04, 2018 1:34 PM
To: main@...
Subject: Re: [akraino] Akraino Charter

 

 

On Tue, Sep 4, 2018 at 2:47 PM Wenjing Chu <Wenjing.Chu@...> wrote:

Very good point. We do need to clarify this as soon as possible.

 

In the initial draft on blueprints, I proposed that we (a) use “project” as a unit for all the development work in Akraino, and (b) categorize projects into 2 types: functional projects and blueprint integration projects. (b) is similar to what Kandan called “vertical” and “horizontal”, but uses terms closer to those in other communities.

 

-        Functional projects develop functionalities to fill identified gaps.

 

Why wouldn't you do a blueprint for those too - perhaps a shorter blue print?  

 

--Tom

 

-        Integration projects are responsible to deliver end-to-end ‘blueprints’. Integration projects can utilize the outputs of functional projects, and all upstream open source projects.

 

Wenjing

 

From: main@... [mailto:main@...] On Behalf Of Srini
Sent: Tuesday, September 04, 2018 9:50 AM
To: main@...
Subject: [akraino] Akraino Charter

 

Hi Akraino TSC,

 

In the last developer conference, TSC has taken an AI to come out with the Akraino charter definition.

Much of the discussion on last developer conference is mostly about blueprints, except for one break-out session.

 

In regional orchestration, Edge API and AI breakout session, we talked about the need for them and the consensus is that Akraino project is the right place to develop them.  In one of the Kandan’s presentation, it was clear that Akraino is not only for developing blueprints for various use cases, but is also a home for Edge related open source projects for the functionality where there is a gap in the open source community. Please consider making the Akraino charter clear on the aspect of development projects to avoid any confusion.

 

Thanks

Srini

 

 

 


Re: Akraino Charter

Wenjing Chu <Wenjing.Chu@...>
 

As long as we agree that such work should take place in Akraino, then it’s just naming. Yes, we could have a “non-integration blueprint”, but it seems really confusing to me.

 

Wenjing

 

From: main@... [mailto:main@...] On Behalf Of Thomas Nadeau
Sent: Tuesday, September 04, 2018 1:34 PM
To: main@...
Subject: Re: [akraino] Akraino Charter

 

 

On Tue, Sep 4, 2018 at 2:47 PM Wenjing Chu <Wenjing.Chu@...> wrote:

Very good point. We do need to clarify this as soon as possible.

 

In the initial draft on blueprints, I proposed that we (a) use “project” as a unit for all the development work in Akraino, and (b) categorize projects into 2 types: functional projects and blueprint integration projects. (b) is similar to what Kandan called “vertical” and “horizontal”, but uses terms closer to those in other communities.

 

-        Functional projects develop functionalities to fill identified gaps.

 

Why wouldn't you do a blueprint for those too - perhaps a shorter blue print?  

 

--Tom

 

-        Integration projects are responsible to deliver end-to-end ‘blueprints’. Integration projects can utilize the outputs of functional projects, and all upstream open source projects.

 

Wenjing

 

From: main@... [mailto:main@...] On Behalf Of Srini
Sent: Tuesday, September 04, 2018 9:50 AM
To: main@...
Subject: [akraino] Akraino Charter

 

Hi Akraino TSC,

 

In the last developer conference, TSC has taken an AI to come out with the Akraino charter definition.

Much of the discussion on last developer conference is mostly about blueprints, except for one break-out session.

 

In regional orchestration, Edge API and AI breakout session, we talked about the need for them and the consensus is that Akraino project is the right place to develop them.  In one of the Kandan’s presentation, it was clear that Akraino is not only for developing blueprints for various use cases, but is also a home for Edge related open source projects for the functionality where there is a gap in the open source community. Please consider making the Akraino charter clear on the aspect of development projects to avoid any confusion.

 

Thanks

Srini

 

 

 


Re: Akraino Charter

Thomas Nadeau
 



On Tue, Sep 4, 2018 at 2:47 PM Wenjing Chu <Wenjing.Chu@...> wrote:

Very good point. We do need to clarify this as soon as possible.

 

In the initial draft on blueprints, I proposed that we (a) use “project” as a unit for all the development work in Akraino, and (b) categorize projects into 2 types: functional projects and blueprint integration projects. (b) is similar to what Kandan called “vertical” and “horizontal”, but uses terms closer to those in other communities.

 

-        Functional projects develop functionalities to fill identified gaps.


Why wouldn't you do a blueprint for those too - perhaps a shorter blue print?  

--Tom
 

-        Integration projects are responsible to deliver end-to-end ‘blueprints’. Integration projects can utilize the outputs of functional projects, and all upstream open source projects.

 

Wenjing

 

From: main@... [mailto:main@...] On Behalf Of Srini
Sent: Tuesday, September 04, 2018 9:50 AM
To: main@...
Subject: [akraino] Akraino Charter

 

Hi Akraino TSC,

 

In the last developer conference, TSC has taken an AI to come out with the Akraino charter definition.

Much of the discussion on last developer conference is mostly about blueprints, except for one break-out session.

 

In regional orchestration, Edge API and AI breakout session, we talked about the need for them and the consensus is that Akraino project is the right place to develop them.  In one of the Kandan’s presentation, it was clear that Akraino is not only for developing blueprints for various use cases, but is also a home for Edge related open source projects for the functionality where there is a gap in the open source community. Please consider making the Akraino charter clear on the aspect of development projects to avoid any confusion.

 

Thanks

Srini

 

 

 


Re: Akraino Charter

Pasi Vaananen
 


On 09/04/2018 12:49 PM, Srini wrote:

Hi Akraino TSC,

 

In the last developer conference, TSC has taken an AI to come out with the Akraino charter definition.

Much of the discussion on last developer conference is mostly about blueprints, except for one break-out session.

 

In regional orchestration, Edge API and AI breakout session, we talked about the need for them and the consensus is that Akraino project is the right place to develop them. 

It is not clear at all whether Akraino is the right owner for the APIs or not --- many other projects and communities are working on addressing the pieces of this rather large & diverse puzzle (ONAP, CNCF/k8s, various projects in OPNFV & OpenStack, etc. etc.), and IMHO, the last think that we need is more duplication for the ongoing efforts which would result in even more fragmentation of the landscape.

So, whenever possible, optimally Akraino would pull from upstreams like OPNFV does and identify/address the gaps. Obviously in the cases where there is nothing (or existing approaches are deemed unsuitable / unfixable after careful consideration), Akraino could be in good position to resolve.

I am saying the above, as ownership of the APIs does and should belong to the projects implementing them, not something like Akraino. If it is identifying, selecting and requesting additions / modifications, or Akraino hosted development projects, then that would be ok. Blueprint for the infrastructure is expected to make some selections for the projects that go in, so that implicitly makes some picks on the APIs as well - but that would not make Akraino "developer" for such cases, more like Endorser / selector.

That said, there is very much confusion between the ONAP edge as well as Akraino (on both sides) on who is going to do what and when which should get resolved sooner rather than later, as the context of the comment was "regional orchestration".

Pasi 

In one of the Kandan’s presentation, it was clear that Akraino is not only for developing blueprints for various use cases, but is also a home for Edge related open source projects for the functionality where there is a gap in the open source community. Please consider making the Akraino charter clear on the aspect of development projects to avoid any confusion.

 

Thanks

Srini

 

 

 



Re: Akraino Charter

Wenjing Chu <Wenjing.Chu@...>
 

Very good point. We do need to clarify this as soon as possible.

 

In the initial draft on blueprints, I proposed that we (a) use “project” as a unit for all the development work in Akraino, and (b) categorize projects into 2 types: functional projects and blueprint integration projects. (b) is similar to what Kandan called “vertical” and “horizontal”, but uses terms closer to those in other communities.

 

-        Functional projects develop functionalities to fill identified gaps.

-        Integration projects are responsible to deliver end-to-end ‘blueprints’. Integration projects can utilize the outputs of functional projects, and all upstream open source projects.

 

Wenjing

 

From: main@... [mailto:main@...] On Behalf Of Srini
Sent: Tuesday, September 04, 2018 9:50 AM
To: main@...
Subject: [akraino] Akraino Charter

 

Hi Akraino TSC,

 

In the last developer conference, TSC has taken an AI to come out with the Akraino charter definition.

Much of the discussion on last developer conference is mostly about blueprints, except for one break-out session.

 

In regional orchestration, Edge API and AI breakout session, we talked about the need for them and the consensus is that Akraino project is the right place to develop them.  In one of the Kandan’s presentation, it was clear that Akraino is not only for developing blueprints for various use cases, but is also a home for Edge related open source projects for the functionality where there is a gap in the open source community. Please consider making the Akraino charter clear on the aspect of development projects to avoid any confusion.

 

Thanks

Srini

 

 

 


Akraino Charter

Srini
 

Hi Akraino TSC,

 

In the last developer conference, TSC has taken an AI to come out with the Akraino charter definition.

Much of the discussion on last developer conference is mostly about blueprints, except for one break-out session.

 

In regional orchestration, Edge API and AI breakout session, we talked about the need for them and the consensus is that Akraino project is the right place to develop them.  In one of the Kandan’s presentation, it was clear that Akraino is not only for developing blueprints for various use cases, but is also a home for Edge related open source projects for the functionality where there is a gap in the open source community. Please consider making the Akraino charter clear on the aspect of development projects to avoid any confusion.

 

Thanks

Srini

 

 

 


locked Akraino Edge Stack: Availability of Slides from Presentations

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Greetings all,

Slide decks from the presentations from the Akraino Developer Summit are uploaded to the wiki:  https://wiki.akraino.org/display/AK/Akraino+Edge+Stack+-+Summit+2018

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locked Akraino Edge Stack: Remote access for Day 1

Annie Fisher <afisher@...>
 

Greetings all,

We'd like to thank AT&T for making arrangements for remote access for DAY 1 of the Arkraino Edge Stack Developer Summit. 

PLEASE NOTE:  Remote access will NOT be available for Day 2.  All slide decks from all sessions will be available on the wiki shortly following the event.

Please utilize the following options for access and you'll find the agenda for the day attached.  

Programming will begin at 8:45 a.m. with the Welcome Address by Arpit Joshipura, General Manager, Linux Foundation.

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/928744900

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locked Re: Invitation: Akraino Edge Stack Developer Summit // August 23-34 // Middleton, NJ

Ponnath, Krishna (Nokia - US/Plano)
 

Thanks a lot . Really looking forward to the dial in option.

 

Krishna

 

From: main@... <main@...> On Behalf Of Annie Fisher
Sent: Monday, August 20, 2018 2:34 PM
To: main@...
Cc: tianjijiang@...
Subject: Re: [akraino] Invitation: Akraino Edge Stack Developer Summit // August 23-34 // Middleton, NJ

 

Greetings Melvin,

 

Thank you for your email.  We are working with the site team to record the sessions and possibly have a dial-in option.  We will send out this information tomorrow, if possible.

 

Regardless, all decks will be collected and distributed after the event.

 

Cheers,

Anne


Annie Fisher, MPA CSM

Program Manager, The Linux Foundation

Location & Time-zone: San Francisco, CA, PT

email: afisher@...

 

 

On Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 12:31 PM Melvin Hillsman <mrhillsman@...> wrote:

Is there any possibility this will be recorded and/or streamed?

On Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 2:24 PM Annie Fisher <afisher@...> wrote:

Greetings Tianji,

 

Thank you for your email.  We'd love to have you at the event and have fixed the registration page, so please register now for the event.

 

Cheers,

Annie


Annie Fisher, MPA CSM

Program Manager, The Linux Foundation

Location & Time-zone: San Francisco, CA, PT

email: afisher@...

 

 

On Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 12:07 PM Tianji Jiang <tianjijiang@...> wrote:

Hello,

 

I am Tianji Jiang from the China Mobile Research, located in Milpitas, CA. Our team have been doing R&D on the edge-computing area and closely watching the progress of the AKRAINO project. I just learned this meeting scheduled in AT&T lab on this coming Thursday/Friday (08/23, 08/24) from my colleague in China Mobile. I am very interested and want to attend the meeting. However, when I went to the registration website, it is showing the registration is full currently. So, I am directly writing this email to your attention and hope you could help me register for the meeting.

 

As you may know, as the largest mobile provider in the world (close to ~ 930 Million subscribers), we China Mobile are very committed to the edge-computing. Further, my colleagues have attended the AKRAINO meeting scheduled in Oregon Intel campus in this past May (2018/05). One of my team mates has registered for this week’s AKRAINO meeting in AT&T, and we want to attend together. Both of us are in the Silicon Valley and actively working in the edge-computing area. Given the more popularity and attraction of the AKRAINO project in edge-computing, we want to explore further the progress of the project so that we can participate more actively in the community.

 

Thank you in advance for the registration help.

 

Regards,

 

-Tianji

                         

 

From: Jiajin Gao <jiajingao@...>
Date: Monday, August 20, 2018 at 11:53 AM
To: 'Tianji Jiang' <tianjijiang@...>
Subject: FW: [akraino] Invitation: Akraino Edge Stack Developer Summit // August 23-34 // Middleton, NJ

 

FYI.

 

From: main@... [mailto:main@...] On Behalf Of Annie Fisher
Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2018 5:10 PM
To: main@...
Subject: [akraino] Invitation: Akraino Edge Stack Developer Summit // August 23-34 // Middleton, NJ

 

kraino


Greetings,

Join us for a technical community discussion of the Akraino Edge Stack Project.  This 1.5 day event will feature sessions on blueprints, seed code, architecture and more.  Don't miss the opportunity to meet with fellow community members and help define the project roadmap!

Event Details: Akraino Edge Stack Project Developer Summit
Date: Thursday, August 23rd, registration starting at 8:00 a.m., Friday, August 24th, half day  (full schedule to follow)
Where: AT&T Labs Research, Building A, 
200 Laurel Avenue South, Middletown, New Jersey, 07748

PLEASE NOTE: Registration is limited to 5 participants per company.

To Register: Please visit our Registration Site or check out our Event Website for information on the area, parking, etc.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there.


Akraino | One Letterman Drive Building D, Suite D4700, San Francisco, CA, 94129

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locked Re: Invitation: Akraino Edge Stack Developer Summit // August 23-34 // Middleton, NJ

Annie Fisher <afisher@...>
 

Greetings Melvin,

Thank you for your email.  We are working with the site team to record the sessions and possibly have a dial-in option.  We will send out this information tomorrow, if possible.

Regardless, all decks will be collected and distributed after the event.

Cheers,
Anne

Annie Fisher, MPA CSM
Program Manager, The Linux Foundation
Location & Time-zone: San Francisco, CA, PT
email: afisher@...



On Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 12:31 PM Melvin Hillsman <mrhillsman@...> wrote:
Is there any possibility this will be recorded and/or streamed?

On Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 2:24 PM Annie Fisher <afisher@...> wrote:
Greetings Tianji,

Thank you for your email.  We'd love to have you at the event and have fixed the registration page, so please register now for the event.

Cheers,
Annie

Annie Fisher, MPA CSM
Program Manager, The Linux Foundation
Location & Time-zone: San Francisco, CA, PT
email: afisher@...



On Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 12:07 PM Tianji Jiang <tianjijiang@...> wrote:

Hello,

 

I am Tianji Jiang from the China Mobile Research, located in Milpitas, CA. Our team have been doing R&D on the edge-computing area and closely watching the progress of the AKRAINO project. I just learned this meeting scheduled in AT&T lab on this coming Thursday/Friday (08/23, 08/24) from my colleague in China Mobile. I am very interested and want to attend the meeting. However, when I went to the registration website, it is showing the registration is full currently. So, I am directly writing this email to your attention and hope you could help me register for the meeting.

 

As you may know, as the largest mobile provider in the world (close to ~ 930 Million subscribers), we China Mobile are very committed to the edge-computing. Further, my colleagues have attended the AKRAINO meeting scheduled in Oregon Intel campus in this past May (2018/05). One of my team mates has registered for this week’s AKRAINO meeting in AT&T, and we want to attend together. Both of us are in the Silicon Valley and actively working in the edge-computing area. Given the more popularity and attraction of the AKRAINO project in edge-computing, we want to explore further the progress of the project so that we can participate more actively in the community.

 

Thank you in advance for the registration help.

 

Regards,

 

-Tianji

                         

 

From: Jiajin Gao <jiajingao@...>
Date: Monday, August 20, 2018 at 11:53 AM
To: 'Tianji Jiang' <tianjijiang@...>
Subject: FW: [akraino] Invitation: Akraino Edge Stack Developer Summit // August 23-34 // Middleton, NJ

 

FYI.

 

From: main@... [mailto:main@...] On Behalf Of Annie Fisher
Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2018 5:10 PM
To: main@...
Subject: [akraino] Invitation: Akraino Edge Stack Developer Summit // August 23-34 // Middleton, NJ

 

kraino


Greetings,

Join us for a technical community discussion of the Akraino Edge Stack Project.  This 1.5 day event will feature sessions on blueprints, seed code, architecture and more.  Don't miss the opportunity to meet with fellow community members and help define the project roadmap!

Event Details: Akraino Edge Stack Project Developer Summit
Date: Thursday, August 23rd, registration starting at 8:00 a.m., Friday, August 24th, half day  (full schedule to follow)
Where: AT&T Labs Research, Building A, 
200 Laurel Avenue South, Middletown, New Jersey, 07748

PLEASE NOTE: Registration is limited to 5 participants per company.

To Register: Please visit our Registration Site or check out our Event Website for information on the area, parking, etc.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there.


Akraino | One Letterman Drive Building D, Suite D4700, San Francisco, CA, 94129

Copyright © 2018, All rights reserved.

You are receiving this email because you have signed up to receive information regarding the new open source edge computing project with The Linux Foundation. Manage your email preferences.

 

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email: afisher@...



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locked Re: Invitation: Akraino Edge Stack Developer Summit // August 23-34 // Middleton, NJ

 

Is there any possibility this will be recorded and/or streamed?


On Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 2:24 PM Annie Fisher <afisher@...> wrote:
Greetings Tianji,

Thank you for your email.  We'd love to have you at the event and have fixed the registration page, so please register now for the event.

Cheers,
Annie

Annie Fisher, MPA CSM
Program Manager, The Linux Foundation
Location & Time-zone: San Francisco, CA, PT
email: afisher@...



On Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 12:07 PM Tianji Jiang <tianjijiang@...> wrote:

Hello,

 

I am Tianji Jiang from the China Mobile Research, located in Milpitas, CA. Our team have been doing R&D on the edge-computing area and closely watching the progress of the AKRAINO project. I just learned this meeting scheduled in AT&T lab on this coming Thursday/Friday (08/23, 08/24) from my colleague in China Mobile. I am very interested and want to attend the meeting. However, when I went to the registration website, it is showing the registration is full currently. So, I am directly writing this email to your attention and hope you could help me register for the meeting.

 

As you may know, as the largest mobile provider in the world (close to ~ 930 Million subscribers), we China Mobile are very committed to the edge-computing. Further, my colleagues have attended the AKRAINO meeting scheduled in Oregon Intel campus in this past May (2018/05). One of my team mates has registered for this week’s AKRAINO meeting in AT&T, and we want to attend together. Both of us are in the Silicon Valley and actively working in the edge-computing area. Given the more popularity and attraction of the AKRAINO project in edge-computing, we want to explore further the progress of the project so that we can participate more actively in the community.

 

Thank you in advance for the registration help.

 

Regards,

 

-Tianji

                         

 

From: Jiajin Gao <jiajingao@...>
Date: Monday, August 20, 2018 at 11:53 AM
To: 'Tianji Jiang' <tianjijiang@...>
Subject: FW: [akraino] Invitation: Akraino Edge Stack Developer Summit // August 23-34 // Middleton, NJ

 

FYI.

 

From: main@... [mailto:main@...] On Behalf Of Annie Fisher
Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2018 5:10 PM
To: main@...
Subject: [akraino] Invitation: Akraino Edge Stack Developer Summit // August 23-34 // Middleton, NJ

 

kraino


Greetings,

Join us for a technical community discussion of the Akraino Edge Stack Project.  This 1.5 day event will feature sessions on blueprints, seed code, architecture and more.  Don't miss the opportunity to meet with fellow community members and help define the project roadmap!

Event Details: Akraino Edge Stack Project Developer Summit
Date: Thursday, August 23rd, registration starting at 8:00 a.m., Friday, August 24th, half day  (full schedule to follow)
Where: AT&T Labs Research, Building A, 
200 Laurel Avenue South, Middletown, New Jersey, 07748

PLEASE NOTE: Registration is limited to 5 participants per company.

To Register: Please visit our Registration Site or check out our Event Website for information on the area, parking, etc.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there.


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Annie Fisher <afisher@...>
 

Greetings Tianji,

Thank you for your email.  We'd love to have you at the event and have fixed the registration page, so please register now for the event.

Cheers,
Annie

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On Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 12:07 PM Tianji Jiang <tianjijiang@...> wrote:

Hello,

 

I am Tianji Jiang from the China Mobile Research, located in Milpitas, CA. Our team have been doing R&D on the edge-computing area and closely watching the progress of the AKRAINO project. I just learned this meeting scheduled in AT&T lab on this coming Thursday/Friday (08/23, 08/24) from my colleague in China Mobile. I am very interested and want to attend the meeting. However, when I went to the registration website, it is showing the registration is full currently. So, I am directly writing this email to your attention and hope you could help me register for the meeting.

 

As you may know, as the largest mobile provider in the world (close to ~ 930 Million subscribers), we China Mobile are very committed to the edge-computing. Further, my colleagues have attended the AKRAINO meeting scheduled in Oregon Intel campus in this past May (2018/05). One of my team mates has registered for this week’s AKRAINO meeting in AT&T, and we want to attend together. Both of us are in the Silicon Valley and actively working in the edge-computing area. Given the more popularity and attraction of the AKRAINO project in edge-computing, we want to explore further the progress of the project so that we can participate more actively in the community.

 

Thank you in advance for the registration help.

 

Regards,

 

-Tianji

                         

 

From: Jiajin Gao <jiajingao@...>
Date: Monday, August 20, 2018 at 11:53 AM
To: 'Tianji Jiang' <tianjijiang@...>
Subject: FW: [akraino] Invitation: Akraino Edge Stack Developer Summit // August 23-34 // Middleton, NJ

 

FYI.

 

From: main@... [mailto:main@...] On Behalf Of Annie Fisher
Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2018 5:10 PM
To: main@...
Subject: [akraino] Invitation: Akraino Edge Stack Developer Summit // August 23-34 // Middleton, NJ

 

kraino


Greetings,

Join us for a technical community discussion of the Akraino Edge Stack Project.  This 1.5 day event will feature sessions on blueprints, seed code, architecture and more.  Don't miss the opportunity to meet with fellow community members and help define the project roadmap!

Event Details: Akraino Edge Stack Project Developer Summit
Date: Thursday, August 23rd, registration starting at 8:00 a.m., Friday, August 24th, half day  (full schedule to follow)
Where: AT&T Labs Research, Building A, 
200 Laurel Avenue South, Middletown, New Jersey, 07748

PLEASE NOTE: Registration is limited to 5 participants per company.

To Register: Please visit our Registration Site or check out our Event Website for information on the area, parking, etc.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there.


Akraino | One Letterman Drive Building D, Suite D4700, San Francisco, CA, 94129

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Annie Fisher <afisher@...>
 

We will miss you at the event, Margaret!  The date for the TSC meeting series will be coming out soon.  Will make sure you're on the calendar invite.

Cheers,
Annie

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On Wed, Aug 15, 2018 at 3:30 PM Margaret Chiosi <margaret.chiosi1@...> wrote:

Great – I can’t attend. It is the same week as ACM sigcomm in Budapest.

 

I know wenjing can attend. Let me see if it is ok to have someone else also attend with him.

And I live in NJ! Oh well.

Do you know when there will be weekly calls?

 

Thank You,

Margaret Chiosi

VP Open Ecosystem Team

 

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From: main@... [mailto:main@...] On Behalf Of Annie Fisher
Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2018 5:10 PM
To: main@...
Subject: [akraino] Invitation: Akraino Edge Stack Developer Summit // August 23-34 // Middleton, NJ

 

Akraino


Greetings,

Join us for a technical community discussion of the Akraino Edge Stack Project.  This 1.5 day event will feature sessions on blueprints, seed code, architecture and more.  Don't miss the opportunity to meet with fellow community members and help define the project roadmap!

Event Details: Akraino Edge Stack Project Developer Summit
Date: Thursday, August 23rd, registration starting at 8:00 a.m., Friday, August 24th, half day  (full schedule to follow)
Where: AT&T Labs Research, Building A, 
200 Laurel Avenue South, Middletown, New Jersey, 07748

PLEASE NOTE: Registration is limited to 5 participants per company.

To Register: Please visit our Registration Site or check out our Event Website for information on the area, parking, etc.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there.


Akraino | One Letterman Drive Building D, Suite D4700, San Francisco, CA, 94129

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You are receiving this email because you have signed up to receive information regarding the new open source edge computing project with The Linux Foundation. Manage your email preferences.

 

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locked Re: Invitation: Akraino Edge Stack Developer Summit // August 23-34 // Middleton, NJ

Margaret Chiosi <margaret.chiosi1@...>
 

Great – I can’t attend. It is the same week as ACM sigcomm in Budapest.

 

I know wenjing can attend. Let me see if it is ok to have someone else also attend with him.

And I live in NJ! Oh well.

Do you know when there will be weekly calls?

 

Thank You,

Margaret Chiosi

VP Open Ecosystem Team

 

Admin: Sophie Johnson

Sophie.johnson1@...

+1 (908) 541-3590

 

Futurewei Technologies, Inc.

Fixed Network Solution CC

400 Crossing Blvd

Bridgewater, NJ 08807

(cell) +1-732-216-5507

 

 

From: main@... [mailto:main@...] On Behalf Of Annie Fisher
Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2018 5:10 PM
To: main@...
Subject: [akraino] Invitation: Akraino Edge Stack Developer Summit // August 23-34 // Middleton, NJ

 

Akraino


Greetings,

Join us for a technical community discussion of the Akraino Edge Stack Project.  This 1.5 day event will feature sessions on blueprints, seed code, architecture and more.  Don't miss the opportunity to meet with fellow community members and help define the project roadmap!

Event Details: Akraino Edge Stack Project Developer Summit
Date: Thursday, August 23rd, registration starting at 8:00 a.m., Friday, August 24th, half day  (full schedule to follow)
Where: AT&T Labs Research, Building A, 
200 Laurel Avenue South, Middletown, New Jersey, 07748

PLEASE NOTE: Registration is limited to 5 participants per company.

To Register: Please visit our Registration Site or check out our Event Website for information on the area, parking, etc.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there.


Akraino | One Letterman Drive Building D, Suite D4700, San Francisco, CA, 94129

Copyright © 2018, All rights reserved.

You are receiving this email because you have signed up to receive information regarding the new open source edge computing project with The Linux Foundation. Manage your email preferences.

 

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email: afisher@...


locked Invitation: Akraino Edge Stack Developer Summit // August 23-34 // Middleton, NJ

Annie Fisher <afisher@...>
 

Akraino


Greetings,

Join us for a technical community discussion of the Akraino Edge Stack Project.  This 1.5 day event will feature sessions on blueprints, seed code, architecture and more.  Don't miss the opportunity to meet with fellow community members and help define the project roadmap!

Event Details: Akraino Edge Stack Project Developer Summit
Date: Thursday, August 23rd, registration starting at 8:00 a.m., Friday, August 24th, half day  (full schedule to follow)
Where: AT&T Labs Research, Building A, 200 Laurel Avenue South, Middletown, New Jersey, 07748

PLEASE NOTE: Registration is limited to 5 participants per company.

To Register: Please visit our Registration Site or check out our Event Website for information on the area, parking, etc.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there.


Akraino | One Letterman Drive Building D, Suite D4700, San Francisco, CA, 94129

Copyright © 2018, All rights reserved.

You are receiving this email because you have signed up to receive information regarding the new open source edge computing project with The Linux Foundation. Manage your email preferences.

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Program Manager, The Linux Foundation
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email: afisher@...