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 bugfixes can be accepted for projects following it (but these won’t produce further releases). As of today, Ocata, Pike, and Queens are in extended maintenance.Read more »
We are celebrating the 8th birthday of OpenStack with the entire OpenStack community during July! OpenStack is an integration engine for diverse technologies, fostering collaboration among emerging communities, and the Foundation facilitates the development of many innovative projects in the open infrastructure space. None of it would be possible without the quickly growing, global community. There are now more than 90,000 community members across 183 countries and more than 670 supporting companies. We think that deserves a worldwide celebration!
Thanks for voting on your favorite OpenStack swag designs yesterday! See the second set of designs below, then head over to Twitter to vote on this round.
Check Twitter on Monday to see the winning designs!
We Are OpenStack:
The OSF Swag Store is coming soon, but first, we need your help!
Which of the below designs is your favorite? Tell us know in our Twitter poll and check back tomorrow for another round.
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Important Vancouver Summit Updates
The countdown is on until the next Summit in May. Below are some important updates regarding CFP, Travel and Summit Passes
- CFP is now open!
Call for presentations are now open for the Vancouver Summit. The deadline to submit your proposal is February 8th.
There are some new changes to the structure of the CFP, such as track organisation. Read more here.
- Summit Passes and Hotels
These sold quick in 2015 when we last went to Vancouver, don’t miss out and secure yours today. You can do so here.
For information regarding Visa applications and invitation letters, read about it here.
As a general planning guideline, if a visa is needed, a foreign traveler should apply for his or her visa as soon as possible, preferably no later than 60 days before the travel date.
- Travel Support Program
The Travel Support Program (TSP) aims to facilitate participation of key contributors to the OpenStack Summit by covering the costs for their travel and accommodations. The grants will cover a combination of flights, accommodation, and access pass to the Summit. More details here.
All contributors to OpenStack (developers, documentation writers, organizers of user groups around the world, Ask moderators, speakers, translators, etc) are invited to submit a request. You can apply by filling out this form.
- More Questions?
Got any other questions about the Summit? There is an excellent FAQ here.
Ops Meetup Tokyo
The next OpenStack Ops Meetup is happening March 6-7 in Tokyo.
Project Teams Gathering (PTG)
The Project Teams Gathering (PTG) in Dublin February 26 – March 2. It’s an event for anyone who self-identifies as a member in a specific given project team as well as operators who are specialists on a given project and willing to spend their time giving feedback on their use case and contributing their usage experience to the project team.
Upcoming Industry Events
The Foundation will be present at FOSDEM in Brussels, February 3-4 2018.
OpenStack booth will be in building K, level 1
OpenStack delivers a keynote at Chaosscon
Feb 2, 2018 in Brussels
Closing date: January 21, 2018
Closing Date: January 30, 2018
Closing Date: March 4, 2018
Closing Date: June 24, 2018
OpenStack Technical Committee E-office Hours
The TC has e-office hours each week to field any questions you may have.
Find out more details here: