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 22 to 28 – August 2016 for openstack-dev:

  • ~363 Messages (down about 8.5% relative to last week)
  • ~161 Unique threads (down about 5% relative to last week)

Traffic down again this week, some 37% below the long term average from starting Lwood in June 2015. Paraphrasing an OpenStack savvy friend of mine “More typey typey and reviewy reviewy, less talky talky” – feature finalisation time so less conversations :)

Notable Discussions – openstack-dev

Gerrit Storyboard integration live

Zara Zaimeche penned an update on Storyboard, one of the coolest things mentioned was that the integration with Gerrit is now live.  She even gives an example of how you can tinker with this new functionality in a test instance if you don’t have any pressing patches to send.

New API landing page for API docs collection

Anne Gentle’s post notes that some further work has been done towards having a single landing page for all API related docs – a key part of making OpenStack a bit more user friendly for (technical!) consumers.

Subteam and Mid-Cycle Reports

A subteam report this week for Ironic, courtesy of Ruby Loo and a Mid-Cycle summary report for Neutron from Armando M.

Notable Discussions – other OpenStack lists

Summit schedule and talks announced

Over on Openstack-Operators Erin Disney announced that the schedule for the Barcelona Summit is up.  Woo!!

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

Further Reading & Miscellanea

Don’t forget these excellent sources of OpenStack news – most recent ones linked in each case

This weeks edition of Lwood brought to you by Chick Corea Elektric Band (Beneath The Mask) and Cold Chisel (various tunes from Chisel).

Last but by no means least, thanks, as always, to Rackspace :)

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