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This week in OpenStack: July 14-20
OpenStack Juno previews, Docker all the things, and more
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There's a lot of interesting stuff being written about OpenStack—here's a sampling:
- Call for speakers now open – November Summit in Paris: A friendly reminder to submit your talk for the next OpenStack Summit by July 28.
- OpenStack orchestration Juno update: What to expect from Heat in the next release cycle.
- Juno preview for OpenStack compute: A summary of upcoming changes to the Nova project.
- Juno preview for Glance and Marconi: Changes are coming to OpenStack's image management and messaging services, too.
- The place of a non-developer in the Openstack community: How can OpenStack be a more inclusive place for non-coders?
- RDO on CentOS 7: Some tips and tricks for running on the latest and greatest CentOS release.
- Just drop your fantasy of a king of OpenStack: How OpenStack's project structure keeps the project community-based.
- Docker all the things: OpenStack Keystone and Ceilometer automated builds on Docker hub.
Here's a sample of some of the most active discussions this week on the OpenStack developers' listserv. For a more in-depth look, why not dive in yourself?
- Treating notifications as a contract: Is there value in stabilizing notifications behind a versioned and discoverable contract?
- [neutron] Switch from mysqldb to another eventlet aware mysql client: Solving issues with projects suffering from database lock timeouts due to deadlocks.
- Branchless Tempest beyond pure-API tests, impact on backporting policy: The difficulty of testing new features not discoverable via APIs.
- [TripleO] pypi-mirror is now unsupported - what do we do now?: How best to handle pypi-mirror needs now that it is no longer maintained by the infrastructure team.
It's time for OpenStack's 4th birthday party. See a longer list of local parties here.
- OpenStack 4th Birthday Party: July 15, 2014; Fairfield, CT
- OpenStack 4th Birthday Party: July 15, 2014; London, UK
- Weekly community office hours: July 15, 2014; #openstack-community channel on Freenode
- RDO weekly community meeting: July 15, 2014; #RDO channel on Freenode
- Celebrate OpenStack Icehouse and Juno: July 15, 2014; Fort Collins, CO
- OpenStack 4th Birthday Party: July 16, 2014; Seoul, Korea
- OpenStack 4th Birthday Party: July 16, 2014; New York, NY
- Automating OpenStack with StackStorm: July 17, 2014; Google+
- OpenStack 4th Birthday Party: July 17, 2014; Atlanta, GA
- OpenStack 4th Birthday Party: July 17, 2014; Quito, Ecuador
- OpenStack 4th Birthday Party: July 17, 2014; Lexington, KY
- OpenStack 4th Birthday Party: July 17, 2014; Netherlands
- New OpenStack 4th Birthday Party: July 17, 2014; Philadelphia, PA
- OpenStack 4th Birthday Party: July 17, 2014; Zürich, Switzerland
- OpenStack 4th Birthday Party: July 17, 2014; Hobart, Tasmania
- Weekly community office hours: July 18, 2014; #openstack-community channel on Freenode
- 4th Birthday OpenStack Beijing: July 19, 2014; Beijing, China
- OpenStack 4th Birthday Party: July 19, 2014; Moscow, Russia
- OpenStack 4th Birthday Party: July 19, 2014; Caracas, Venezuela
- OSCON: July 20-24, 2014; Portland, Oregon
- OpenStack 4th Birthday Party: July 20, 2014; Mumbai, India
Interested in the OpenStack project development meetings? A complete list of these meetings' regular schedules is available here.
A special thanks to Stefano Maffulli for the OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter, available under a Creative Commons 3.0 License, for linking us to some of these stories and events.