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OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (Sep 27 – Oct 4)

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September 2013 PTL elections – Final results

Thank you to the electorate, to all those who voted and to all candidates who put their name forward for PTL for this election. A healthy, open process breeds trust in our decision making capability – thank you to all those who make this process possible.

Thinking about how to Implement OpenStack Core Definition

There have been a number of community discussions (OSCON, SFO & SA-TX) around the process for OpenStack Core definition. We’re continuing to get community feedback.  So what’s next?

First…. Get involved: Upcoming Community Core Discussions

  • 10/8 7pm (Tues) New York City Meetup (Rob Hirschfeld & Monty Taylor)
  • 10/16 9am (Wed) tentative Online Meetup (details TBD, Rob Hirschfeld & Alan Clark)
  • 10/22 7pm (Tues) Minnesota Meetup (Kyle Mestery & Sean Roberts)
  • Week Before Summit: Beijing Meetup hosted by Alan Clark (details TBD)

What’s Next?  Implementation! Rob Hirschfeld has some ideas about that too on his blog.

Easier upstreaming / back-porting of patch series with git

Have you ever needed to port a selection of commits from one git branch to another, but without doing a full merge? This is a common challenge and Adam Spiers spends some time explaining how to ease the pain.

Tips ‘n Tricks

Upcoming Events

Reports from Previous Events

Other News

Welcome New Developers

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OpenStack Reactions

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