Highlights of the week
Results of the naming poll for next OpenStack release are in, and the G release will be named “Grizzly“. The regular poll selected “Gazelle” (35 votes), with “Gilroy” (27 votes) being a close second. But the Grizzly revolt poll showed overwhelming support for the “Grizzly” name (88 votes) rather than going with the results of the regular poll (46 votes).
The Waldon exception (accepting elements of the state/country flag in addition to city/county names) will be added to our naming rules for future naming contests 🙂
With the promotion of Cinder to OpenStack core project, Cinder’s PTL John Griffith explained what the project does and what the future release, Grizzly, may look like. OpenStack operators are invited to give their opinion and help developers take the best decision.
Only a few days to OSCON: find the full list of talks related to OpenStack and don’t forget to RSVP fort the OpenStack Party at Spirit of 77 (500 NE MLK Blvd.) on July 18th.
The OpenStack Summit is coming to San Diego October 15th-18th at the Manchester Grand Hyatt . Check out the new Summit website to learn more, buy tickets, or to become a sponsor.
The early bird price for tickets is $400 until August 31st, then it goes up to $600, so please buy your ticket now! Everybody is invited to participate, there are no caps like in past events (the only limit is the physical capacity of the location).
Pádraig Brady spoke at EuroPython 2012 about OpenStack. His talk was recorded (audio starts at minute 11:40).
Tips and tricks
Welcome new contributors
Celebrating the first patches submitted this week by:
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