A year in review: How OpenStack continues to be one of the top three most active open source projects

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A total of 1,518 unique change authors approved more than 47,500 changes and published two major releases, code named Stein and Train (due to our undying love of Trains). We started to work on Ussuri, our next release, to be delivered in 2020. In 2018, we introduced the “Extended Maintenance” concept, a period on which… Read more »

The OpenStack Summit is returning to Vancouver in May 2018

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Back by popular demand, the OpenStack Summit is returning to Vancouver, Canada from May 21-24, 2018. Registration, sponsorship opportunities and more information for the 17th OpenStack Summit will be available in the upcoming months.  Can’t wait until 2018? Brush up on your OpenStack skills in 2017 by registering to attend the OpenStack Summit Boston, May… Read more »

Get a high COA score. Win a Chromebook.

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Are you ready to show off your OpenStack skills? The COA high score contest has begun! July 18th through September 11th, COA exam takers with the highest score each week will win a Chromebook from the OpenStack Foundation.   Entry is easy: Go to openstack.org/coa and read the exam materials Register and schedule your exam!  … Read more »

FOSDEM 2015: Where you can learn more about OpenStack

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FOSDEM 2015 is this weekend, 31 January & 1 February in Brussels. There are several OpenStack sessions on the schedule from different community members, as well as an OpenStack booth staffed by volunteers. If you are attending, here is a list of sessions from different members of the OpenStack community including a session from Release Cycle… Read more »

2015 OpenStack Foundation Events Plan and Calls for Papers Available

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The 2015 events plan is now available on the Global Events Calendar wiki.  The detailed spreadsheet covers industry events, Summits (dates and locations), as well as regional OpenStack Days organized by the community.  If you’re interested in sponsoring or speaking at a planned OpenStack Day, please contact the contact listed in the spreadsheet.  If you… Read more »

Wrapping up the Travel Support Program – Kilo

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The OpenStack Foundation brought 20 people to Paris for the Summit earlier this month, thanks to the grants offered by the Travel Support Program. The Travel Support Program is based on the promise of Open Design and its aim is to facilitate participation of key contributors to the OpenStack Design Summit. The program aims at… Read more »