The default sort is alphabetical, causing the most recent goals to be further and further down the list of selected goals. This reverses the sort order so that the most recent and relevant series goals are at the top of the list. Change-Id: Ifd0cb584d71e7d08acc5c5960707d2bd954f48ae Signed-off-by: Sean McGinnis <email@example.com>
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The repository https://opendev.org/openstack/governance/ contains OpenStack Technical Committee reference documents and tracks official resolutions voted by the committee. It also contains a library for accessing some of the machine-readable data in the repository.
Reference documents which need to be revised over time. Some motions will just directly result in reference doc changes.
When the motion does not result in a change in a reference doc, it can be expressed as a resolution. Those must be named YYYYMMDD-short-name with YYYYMMDD being the proposal date in order to allow basic sorting.
Documentation for OpenStack community-wide goals, organized by release cycle. These pages will be updated with project status info over time, and if goals are revised.
See https://governance.openstack.org/tc/ for details.