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 15 to 21 – August 2016 for openstack-dev:
- ~397 Messages (down about 32% relative to last week)
- ~170 Unique threads (about the same as last week)
Frankly – stats have me a little baffled today, I think I’ll claim jetlag :) – message count down dramatically, thread count steady.
Notable Discussions – openstack-dev
All Hail Pike and Queens!
As Monty Taylor put it – yes the naming process is complete, the next two OpenStack releases will be Pike and Queens!
Tentative Ocata Schedule up for Review
Video presentation of findings from recent UX research
Danielle Mundle emailed to note that there is a video presenting the findings of the recent UX research on operator needs up on YouTube. It will also be discussed at the Ops Summit this week in New York.
Notable Discussions – other OpenStack lists
Over on OpenStack-Operators the UX Project Team have asked the for volunteers to provide feedback around quota management.
Upcoming OpenStack Events
Best I can tell no OpenStack related events mentioned this week. Don’t forget the OpenStack Foundation’s Events Page for a list of general events that is frequently updated.
People and Projects
Core nominations & changes
- [Kolla] Core nomination proposal for Eduardo Gonzalez Gutierrez – Steve Dake
- [Kuryr] Proposing Vikas Choudhary (vikasc) for kuryr-libnetwork core – Antoni Segura Puimedon
- [Watcher] Nominate Prashanth Hari as core for watcher-specs – Antoine Cabot
New, Proposed and Changed OpenStack Projects
Nothing new that I saw on the New/Proposed/Changed Projects front.
Further Reading & Miscellanea
Don’t forget these excellent sources of OpenStack news – most recent ones linked in each case
- What’s Up, Doc? (and a correction) by Lana Brindley
- API Working Group newsletter – Michael McCune and the API WG
- OpenStack Developer Mailing List Digest by Mike Perez
- OpenStack news over on opensource.com by Jason Baker
No particular tunes involved in this edition of Lwood but I will note it was prepared in a few different locations – airports, aircraft and now, pleasingly, my home office :)
Last but by no means least, thanks, as always, to Rackspace :)