OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (Sep 7-14)

Highlights of the week

OpenStack Governance Elections: Technical Committee

Now that we have elected the Project Technical Leads for the next release, the OpenStack community is called to elect the last 3 members of the OpenStack Technical Committee. Per section 4.1(b) of the OpenStack Foundation bylaws, the Technical Committee (“TC”) is a technical meritocracy managing all the technical matters relating to OpenStack. It replaces the “Project Policy Board” from the old governance.

OpenStack Governance Elections Autumn 2012 Results

The OpenStack community has elected the Project Technical Leads.

Demo: Live Migration, without shared storage, using XenServer and OpenStack

Renuka Apte demonstrates the new OpenStack Folsom and Storage XenMotion to enables live migration of VMs, without shared storage, using XenServer and OpenStack.

This week in Docs

Getting ready for Folsom release, the doc team went from 34 High folsom-targeted doc bugs two weeks ago to 17 on Monday. The documentation team is working hard to deliver always better documentation for OpenStack. See what else there is to be done.

Security announcements

Tips and tricks

Upcoming Events

Other news

  • Approaching OpenStack Folsom RC1
  • OpenStack Project Meeting 2012-09-11: Summary and full logs

Welcome new contributors

Celebrating the first patches submitted this week by:

  • pengyuwei
  • Clemens Perz
  • jokcylou
  • Derek Yarnell
  • Teng Li
  • Alessandro Tagliapietra
  • Chris Yeoh, IBM
  • Sirisha Devineni, Persistent
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