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This week in OpenStack: March 30 - April 5
Design the next OpenStack Tshirt, DefCore updates, and more
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OpenStack around the web
There's a lot of interesting stuff being written about OpenStack. Here's a sampling:
- 2015 OpenStack t-shirt design contest: Share your design skills with the entire OpenStack community.
- OpenStack DefCore process draft posted for review: DefCore is looking for community feedback.
- As Paypal.com approaches 100 percent OpenStack: The private cloud is here to stay.
- OpenStack user survey: The deadline is fast approaching on April 8.
- OpenStack emacs tools: How developers can configure their text editors for efficiently working with OpenStack.
- Not all cores are created equal: Hypervisors can vary signifcantly in performance.
- Scale and maturity: Thoughts on the OpenStack mid-cycle operators meetup.
- OpenStack at 10: Different code, same collaboration?
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?
- Status of the nova-network to Neutron migration work: Where are things headed for the Kilo release?
- Decoupling Heat integration tests from Heat tree: Three suggestions for separating components.
- Update to Django-1.7.x: A feature freeze exception to use a more current Django release.
- Meters vs. metrics: What is the difference between these two in the context of Ceilometer?
- How to handle vendor-specific API microversions: How should vendors designate a version number change?
- Deploying OpenStack Cinder in production: March 30, 2015; Online.
- OpenStack Hungary meetup: March 31, 2015; Budapest, Hungary.
- Getting the most out of Cinder: April 2, 2015; Seattle, WA
- South Bay OpenStack meetup: April 2, 2015; San Francisco, CA
And don't forget to mark your calendars for a few things a little further down the road.
Interested in the OpenStack project development meetings? A complete list of these meetings' regular schedules is available here.