Since being elected as the OpenStack Neutron PTL, I’ve been mostly heads down working to ensure the Neutron project has a successful Juno release. Increasingly, and especially near OpenStack Juno milestone deadlines, I’m seeing frustration from new contributors around their contributions to Neutron. I sent an email to the openstack-dev mailing list this morning addressing this in a terse form, this blog is an attempt to expand upon that email. An increasing concern I see from people who are new contributors is the perceived issues in getting their code merged into Juno.
I was asked to present a workshop at the Spring 2014 Open Networking Users Group (ONUG) this past Monday. The workshop was focused on OpenStack and OpenDaylight. My slides are embedded below. The room I was given held about 40 people, but it was overflowing with attendees and was standing room only. It was great to see all of the interest in these two technologies! I’m a firm believer in Open Source, so seeing this level of attendance is always a welcome sight.
Subject stolen from the eloquent MG Siegler, who writes here about his feelings on comments on blog posts. I have to say, I agree 100% with him. I’ve spent way too much time trolling spam comments over the last few months. I realized it’s just not worth it. Like MG says, anyone who wants to respond to a post on this site can do so by contacting me on twitter.