Posts tagged: OpenStack

Using proprietary services to develop open source software

It is now pretty well accepted that open source is a superior way of producing software. Almost everyone is doing open source those days. In particular, the ability for users to look under the hood and make changes results in tools that are better adapted to their workflows. It reduces ...

OpenStack TC mythbusting

On several occasions over the last months, I heard people exposing truths about the OpenStack Technical Committee. However, those positions were often inaccurate or incomplete. Arguably we are not communicating enough: governance changes and resolutions that are brought to the TC are just approved or rejected. That binary answer is ...

How splitting the Design Summit enhances the development process

I was recently privately asked how I expected the split of the current OpenStack Design Summit into two different events to enhance the overall OpenStack development process. Here is the answer I gave...

We are working on splitting the "Design Summit" into a more open requirements-gathering and feedback forum at ...