OpenStack Developer Mailing List Digest November 5-18

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SuccessBot Says mriedem: We’re now running neutron by default in Ocata CI jobs [1]. stevemar: fernet token format is now the default format in keystone! thanks lbragstad samueldmq and dolphm for making this happen! Ajaegar: developer.openstack.org is now hosted by OpenStack infra. Tonyb: OpenStack requirements on pypi [2] is now a thing! All Registration Open… Read more »

OpenStack Developer Mailing List Digest October 8-14

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SuccessBot Says loquacities: Newton docs are live on docs.openstack.org! Way to go docs team \o/ dhellmann: OpenStack Newton is officially released! tristanC: 6 TC members elected for Ocata [1]. dulek: Cinder gate is now voting on basic rolling upgrades support. One step closer to get assert:supports-rolling-upgrade tag. 🙂 More Thoughts on the TC Election Process… Read more »

OpenStack Developer Mailing List Digest September 24-30

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Candidate Proposals for TC are now open Candidate proposals for the Technical committee (6 positions) are open and will remain open until 2016-10-01, 23:45 UTC. Candidacies must submit a text file to the openstack/election repository [1]. Candidates for the Technical Committee can be any foundation individual member, except the seven TC members who were elected… Read more »

OpenStack Developer Mailing List Digest September 17-23

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Announcing firehose.openstack.org A MQTT based unified message bus for infra services. This allows a single place to go for consuming messages of events from infra services. Two interfaces for subscribing to topics: MQTT protocol on the default port Websockets over port 80 Launchpad and gerrit events are the only things currently sending message to firehose,… Read more »

OpenStack Developer Mailing List Digest September 10-16

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Nominations for OpenStack PTLs Are Now Open Will remain open until September 18 23:45 UTC Submit a text file to the openstack/election repository [1]. File name convention: $cycle_name/$project_name/$ircname.txt In order to be an elgible candidate (and be allowed to vote) you need to have contributed an accepted patch to one of the program projects during… Read more »

OpenStack Developer Mailing List Digest July 23 to August 5

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Equal Chances For All Projects A proposal [1] in the OpenStack governance repository that aims to have everything across OpenStack be plugin based, or allow all projects access to the same internal APIs. Some projects have plugin interfaces, but also have project integrations in tree. Makes it difficult to see what a plugin can, and… Read more »

OpenStack Developer Mailing List Digest July 2-22

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SuccessBot Says Notmyname: the 1.5 year long effort to get at-rest encryption in openstack swift has been finished. at-rest crypto has landed in master stevemar: API reference documentation now shows keystone’s in-tree APIs! Samueldemq: Keystone now supports Python 3.5 All Troubleshooting and ask.openstack.org Keystone team wants to do troubleshooting documents. Ask.openstack.org might be the right… 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 »

OpenStack turns 6: Community focuses on collaboration, growth

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July 19 marks the 6th birthday of OpenStack, and we’re celebrating with the entire OpenStack community during July! OpenStack is an integration engine for diverse cloud technologies, fostering collaboration among emerging communities, and none of it would be possible without the quickly growing, global OpenStack community. There are now more than 54,000 community members, over… Read more »