First Contribution—10 Years of OpenStack

There are so many milestones to celebrate in the past 10 years of OpenStack with the community. Here we gathered the first contribution from the community members around the world.

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Most Memorable OpenStack Moments—10 Years of OpenStack

There are so many milestones to celebrate in the past 10 years of OpenStack with the community. Here we have gathered the most memorable OpenStack moments from the community members around the world.

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Most Used Features In OpenStack—10 Years of OpenStack

There are so many milestones to celebrate in the past 10 years of OpenStack with the community. Here we have gathered the most used features in OpenStack from the community members around the world.

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Favorite OpenStack Events—10 Years of OpenStack

There are so many milestones to celebrate in the past 10 years of OpenStack with the community. Here we gathered people’s favorite OpenStack events from the community members around the world.

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“OpenStack Summit in Vancouver in 2018! Sardina Systems has invited the Information Services Group Manager of the University of Edinburgh to co-speak at the event, and our customer was so thrilled about the summit. Thank you! #10YearsofOpenStack”
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10 Years of OpenStack – Prakash Ramchandran at Dell Technologies

Storytelling is one of the most powerful means to influence, teach, and inspire the people around us. To celebrate OpenStack’s 10th anniversary, we are spotlighting stories from the individuals in various roles from the community who have helped to make OpenStack and the global Open Infrastructure community successful. 

Here, we’re talking to Prakash Ramchandran from Dell Technologies. He tells the community about how he got started with OpenStack and his favorite memory from the last 10 years of OpenStack

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10 Years of OpenStack – Yumeng Bao at ZTE Corporation

Storytelling is one of the most powerful means to influence, teach, and inspire the people around us. To celebrate OpenStack’s 10th anniversary, we are spotlighting stories from the individuals in various roles from the community who have helped to make OpenStack and the global Open Infrastructure community successful. 

Here, we’re talking to Yumeng Bao from ZTE Corporation. She tells the community about how she got started with OpenStack and her favorite memory from the last 10 years of OpenStack.

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10 Years of OpenStack – Tim Bell at CERN

Storytelling is one of the most powerful means to influence, teach, and inspire the people around us. To celebrate OpenStack’s 10th anniversary, we are spotlighting stories from the individuals in various roles from the community who have helped to make OpenStack and the global Open Infrastructure community successful. 

Here, we’re talking to Tim Bell from CERN. He tells the community about how he got started with OpenStack and his favorite memory from the last 10 years of OpenStack.

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Submit your first OpenStack patch in three steps

If you are new to the OpenStack Community and want to start the contribution, this document can help you in a quick way. OpenStack does not use github pull request instead it uses Gerrit for code collaboration tool. Also, there is some accounts setup required for using the Gerrit system. This guide will quickly help you to set up those accounts and the minimal steps.

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Victoria vPTG Summaries

The OpenStack community had a great virtual Project Teams Gathering (PTG). The first virtual event hosted 44 projects and spanned all timezones. Since the event concluded, many of those teams have posted summaries of the discussions they have had and the decisions that were made during the PTG.  


As vice chair of the Technical Committee, I wrote up my own summary of TC discussions from our 8 hours of meetings: Victoria vPTG Summary of Conversations and Action Items on the OpenStack blog. If there is a particular action item you are interested in taking, please reply on the mailing list thread where I first posted the summary.

Project Specific PTG Summaries


TripleO, Wesley Hayutin, Project Team Lead (PTL)

Neutron, Nate Johnston (TC)

Neutron from Slawek Kaplonski (PTL) 

OpenStack Technical Committee, yours truly

Cyborg, Meeting 1 Summary, Yumeng Bao (PTL) 

Cyborg, Meeting 2 Summary, Yumeng Bao (PTL) 

Oslo, Ben Nemec (PTL)

Cinder, Brian Rosmaita (PTL) 

Manila, Goutham Pacha Ravi (PTL)

Feedback from the PTG


Instead of a live feedback session, like we have done at in-person events in the past, we provided an etherpad all throughout the event to collect feedback on how things went from registration to the last meeting. It was also shared to the openstack-discuss mailing list after the event concluded to collect final thoughts. 

https://etherpad.opendev.org/p/June2020-PTG-Feedback