OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (Nov 21 – 28)

Notice of meeting to elect Individual Directors

The Annual Meeting of the Individual Members to elect directors for the Board of the OpenStack Foundation shall be held from January 12, 2015 to January 16, 2015, commencing at 00:01 UTC on January 12 and ending at 17:00 UTC on January 16. The meeting will be held by remote communication. While technically a “meeting” according to our bylaws, all of the voting will take place online. If you are an eligible voter, you will receive an email with a link that will allow you to complete your ballot during the time that the election occurs.

In the meantime, nominate OpenStack Foundation Individual Members as candidates for election. The requirements for nominating any individual to run for the Board must be completed and received by the OpenStack Foundation on or prior to 23:00 UTC on December 12, 2014. Nominations Close: 23:00 UTC, December 12, 2014. Polls Open: 00:01 UTC, January 12, 2015. Polls Close: 17:00 UTC, January 16, 2015.

The Foundation Board of Directors is also considering three potential changes to the OpenStack Foundation Bylaws, as a result of the work during the DefCore Committee’s activities. If the proposed amendments are passed at the Board meeting on December 2, they will each be on the ballot in the upcoming election January 12-16, 2015. Read an explanation of the three amendments and the proposed language.

Seeing Murano Actions in action

Murano is an OpenStack project that enables application developers and cloud developers to publish applications in a browsable catalog. With the catalog, users can create complex multi-tier application environments with the push of a button using published applications as building blocks.

reBot – using Lego for bare metal deployments on Intel NUC

Cloudbase uses a lot of Intel Next Unit of Computing (NUC) for internal testing and development work. NUCs lack the ability to power them on and off remotely, like higher grade servers do with technologies likeIPMI, AMT, iLO. In pure hacker spirit, Cloudbase invented their own to have some fun. Spoiler alert: it involves Lego.

Fedora Atomic, OpenStack, and Kubernetes (oh my)

Lars Kellogg-Stedman has embarked in a fascinating journey: follow his thoughts among the most recent, bleeding edge technologies.

Relevant Conversations

Deadlines and Development Priorities

Tips ‘n Tricks

Reports from Previous Events

Upcoming Events

Other News

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