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- Assemble/Welcome (5 min)
Participant Preparation required
Action items out
|2||Review JIRA Backlog. Participants should be comfortable that they understand the backlog of tasks for our project ( 5 min)|
Walk through the JIRA backlog to check for completeness
|3||Develop Beijing definition. Participants should be comfortable with an achievable development sprint scope ( 30 min)|
propose a minimal "getting started" sprint scope.
ensure that suitable JIRA tasks are already in place to support this scope.
R2 Use cases - VNF Scaleout
Create / edit
defer to Casablanca the following EPICs:
|4||Relationships with other projects in Beijing? (10 min)||review project handoffs|
review handoffs with
create any necessary User Stories
Steve to Check with Andy Mayer where is latest list of VNF information elements?
5. Any other Business? (5 min)
ONAP Community Awards closes 11:59 PST 12/5
- DEC 12 - No meeting - superseded by DEC 11-13 F-F mtg Agenda
- DEC 19 - Cancelled
- DEC 26 - Cancelled
- January 2