OpenStack Developer Mailing List Digest December 12-18

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Success Bot Says jroll: Ironic is using the devstack plugin. Tell us yours via IRC with a message “#success [insert success]”. Cross-Project Specs Approved by the Technical Committee: Chronicles Of A DLM [1]. OpenStack will adopt Tooz as an abstract layer to distributed lock managements solutions. This will allow projects to provide all the options… Read more »

OpenStack Weekly Community Newsletter (Dec. 5-11)

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Travel grants bring global community members to OpenStack Summit Key contributors from 15 countries attended the recent OpenStack Summit in Tokyo. The program for Austin is growing – find out more about the Travel Support Program. OpenStack Mitaka release: what’s next for Neutron, Cinder and Ceilometer Meet the project team leads (PTLs) and find out… Read more »

OpenStack Developer Mailing List Digest December 5-11

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Success Bot Says AJaeger: With Juno End-of-Life, Python 2.6 testing has been removed from OpenStack CI. Tell us yours via IRC with a message “#success [insert success]”. Gerrit Update 12/16 Gerrit will be offline December 16th 17:00-21:00 UTC Gerrit will be upgraded to 2.11 IP address will stay the same. For questions, reply to the thread… Read more »

OpenStack Developer Mailing List Digest November 28 to December 4

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Success Bot Says dims: cross-project, technical-debt-reduction effort pays dividends, no code left in oslo-incubator repo anymore. dhellmann: horizn, searchlight, python-openstackclient, ironic-introspec, manila, barbican, aodh, and sahara tagged for mitaka-1 milestone! odyssey4me: OpenStack-Ansible for Kilo and Liberty have been released. ttx: Nova mitaka-1 (13.0.0.0b1) published! flaper87: Glance m-1 is out AJaegar: The Networking Guide has been translated into… Read more »

OpenStack Developer Mailing List Digest November 21-27

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Success Bot Says vkmc: We got 7 new interns for the Outreachy program December-March 2015 round. bauzas: Reno in place for Nova release notes. AJaeger: We now have Japanese Install Guides published for Liberty [1]. robcresswell: Horizon had a bug day! We made good progress on categorizing new bugs and removing old ones, with many members of… Read more »

OpenStack Developer Mailing List Digest November 14-20

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Time to Make Some Assertions About Your Projects The technical committee defined a number of “assert” tags which allows a project team to to make assertions about their own deliverables: assert:follows-standard-deprecation assert:supports-upgrade assert:supports-rolling-upgrade Read more on their definitions [1] Update the project.yaml [2] of which tags apply to your project already. The OpenStack foundation will… Read more »

OpenStack Weekly Community Newsletter (Nov. 14 – 20)

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A primer on Magnum, OpenStack containers-as-a-service Adrian Otto, project team lead, on how Magnum works and what problems it can solve for you. OpenStack Mitaka release: what’s next for Ansible, Oslo and Designate Meet the project team leads (PTLs) for these OpenStack projects and find out how to get involved. Learn what’s coming in other… Read more »

OpenStack Weekly Community Newsletter (Nov., 7-13)

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Kilowatts for Humanity harnesses the wind and sun to electrify rural communities OpenStack-powered DreamCompute cloud computing helps keep rural microgrids up and running OpenStack and Network Function Virtualization, the backstory Jonathan Bryce, OpenStack executive director, gave a keynote at the OPNFV Summit where he talked about the two communities. Fighting cloud vendor lock-in, manga style… Read more »

OpenStack Developer Mailing List Digest November 7-13

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New Management Tools and Processes for stable/liberty and Mitaka For release management, we used a combination of launchpad milestone pages and our wiki to track changes in releases. We used to pull releases notes for stable point releases at the time of releases. Release managers would work with PTLs and release liaisons at each milestone… Read more »