Welcome to Last week on OpenStack Dev (“Lwood”) for the week just past. For more background on Lwood, please refer here.
Basic Stats for week 11 to 17 April 2016:
- ~634 Messages (up about 3% relative to last week)
- ~194 Unique threads (up nearly 3% relative to last week)
Steady as it goes this week on the list and a particularly short Lwood as it turns out.
Gaming Stackalytics Stats – continued
The thread kicked off last week by Davanum Srinivas and reported in last weeks Lwood continued a little this week. If it was of interest I’d commend spending a few minutes to read the remainder – one option being canvassed informally was to revert to the default Stackalytics view being based on Commits for a while.
Most of us aren’t PTLs but if you’re curious about some of the expectations placed on the folk that perform this valuable work for the OpenStack community, Doug Hellman wrote a summary of the expectations around release related communications for PTLs that you might find interesting.
Design Summit Preparation – Etherpads
As one would expect – a few emails this week in preparation for the upcoming summit in Austin. Most were project specific but Matt Riedman helpfully advised that he’d stubbed out the Newton Design Summit Etherpad pages here.
Upcoming OpenStack Events
Events wise, really “just” lots of discussion around the summit in Austin later this month.
Don’t forget the OpenStack Foundation’s comprehensive Events Page for a comprehensive list that is frequently updated.
People and Projects
Core nominations & changes
- [Nova] Proposing Andrey Kurilin for python-novaclient Core – Matt Riedemann
- [Refstack] Proposing Andrey Pavlov for Core – Catherine Diep
- [Packstack] Martin Magr steps out as PTL, Ivan Chavero steps in! :)
Further Reading & Miscellanea
Don’t forget these excellent sources of OpenStack news
This edition of Lwood brought to you by the sounds of a hammer drill in the hotel room next to mine and miscellaneous noises of the fair city of Melbourne, Australia.