Posts tagged: OpenStack

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 ...

Splitting out the OpenStack Design Summit

In a global and virtual community, high-bandwidth face-to-face time is essential. This is why we made the OpenStack Design Summits an integral part of our processes from day 0. Those were set at the beginning of each of our development cycles to help set goals and organize the work for ...

OpenStack Common Culture

We are 5 years into the OpenStack ride (and 3 years into the OpenStack Foundation ride), and the challenges for our community are evolving. In this article I want to talk about what I consider the most significant threat for our open source community today: the loss of our common ...

The Age of Foundations

At OSCON last week, Google announced the creation around Kubernetes of the Cloud-Native Computing Foundation. The next day, Jim Zemlin dedicated his keynote to the (recently-renamed) Open Container Initiative, confirming the Linux Foundation's recent shift towards providing Foundations-as-a-Service. Foundations ended up being the talk of the show, with some ...

New OpenStack component versioning

Yesterday we reached the liberty-1 development milestone. You may have noticed from the announcement that the various components released were all using new, different version numbers. What's going on here ?

Once upon a time

Since the beginning of OpenStack we've been using two versioning schemes. One was for ...