Technical Committee Highlights July 10, 2015

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Cross-project catch-all We merged a couple of cross-project specifications after adequate discussion and time to review. We now are enabling Python 3 for application integration tests and have changed the requirements management design, please click through to specs.openstack.org and read the details on each. There’s a lot of discussion about a possible Stackforge retirement in… Read more »

Technical Committee Highlights June 25, 2015

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Beginners, start your engines A compute starter kit tag has been approved, it provides a place for a beginner who only wants to try to get a computing cloud use case started. We discussed some reservations about recommending such a simple starting point, including only using nova-network for inter-vm networks, and recommending multi-host for that… Read more »

Technical Committee Highlights June 5, 2015

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Welcome to this week’s highlights from the Technical Committee. Just like every other week, this has been quite a busy one for the community and the efforts to enhance our governance model keep moving forward. The tc-approved-release tag has been approved The tc-approved-release tag was mentioned in the last edition of these highlights. The discussions… Read more »

OpenStack Technical Committee Update: Project Reform Progress

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Over the last few months, the Technical Committee has been discussing plans to dissolve the binary concept of the integrated release and adapt our projects structure to the future needs of collaborative development in the OpenStack community. A specification was written to describe the rationale for the reform and its goals. In the past weeks,… Read more »