Welcome to Last week on OpenStack Dev (“Lwood”) for the week just past. For more background on Lwood, please refer here.
Basic Stats for the week 9 to 15 January for openstack-dev:
- ~382 Messages (down about 33% relative to the long term average)
- ~145 Unique threads (down about 19% relative to the long term average)
Traffic once again quiet but trajectory is positive after the break. A reminder that I’ve changed the reporting slightly to be against the long term average (since 22 June 2015), a pretty graph to follow one week soon, truly!
Notable Discussions – openstack-dev
Improving Vendor Driver Discoverability
Mike Perez puts forward a proposal for improving the availability and accuracy of vendor specific driver information across OpenStack projects. This has been the purview of the driverlog project which in turn, amongst other things, provides data that is used in the OpenStack Marketplace.
One of the difficulties put forward has been keeping this information current, residing as it currently does in a central json file – many projects would prefer to maintain this information within their projects – somewhat tricky to do if it’s in a common file.
Among some other suggestions for the process, Mike volunteers to create files for each project involved to bootstrap this process and then turn them over to be maintained by the project therafter. Data in these per-project files will be aggregated together to produce the final results used by the Marketplace and elsewhere.
List of all Pike PTG Etherpads
End of Week Wrap-ups
Notable Discussions – other OpenStack lists
No traffic particularly stood out on the other lists this last week.
People and Projects
PTL nominations & Changes
- [Designate] Non Candidacy for PTL – Pike – Graham Hayes
- [Neutron] PTL nominations deadline and non-candidacy – Armando Migliaccio
- [Release] Not planning to serve as release PTL for Pike – Doug Hellman
- [Sahara] PTL non-nomination – Vitaly Gridnev
Core nominations & changes
- [Kolla] Adding Jeffrey Zhang (jeffrey4l) to kolla-kubernetes-core because he is release liaison – Steve Dake
- [Kuryr] Ocata cycle ending and proposing new people as Kuryr cores (Liping Mao and Ilya Chukhnakov) – Toni Segura Puimedon
Don’t forget these excellent sources of OpenStack news – most recent ones linked in each case
- What’s Up, Doc? by Lana Brindley
- What’s Happening in OpenStack Ansible (WHOA) by Major Hayden
- API Working Group newsletter – Chris Dent and the API WG
- OpenStack Developer Mailing List Digest by Mike Perez & Kendall Nelson
- OpenStack news over on opensource.com by Jason Baker
- OpenStack Foundation Events Page for a frequently updated list of events
Attending sessions at linux.conf.au this week so no tunes, but many a good talk :)
Last but by no means least, thanks, as always, to Rackspace :)