June 2019 RDO Community Newsletter
In This Newsletter
- TripleO Quickstart
- Mailing Lists
- RDO release packages
- RDO blog
- Open Tickets
Welcome to the latest edition of the RDO Community newsletter, a digest of the latest developments and activities across OpenStack, TripleO, Packstack, and all things RDO. Sign up to receive the newsletter and email rain (at) redhat (dot) com to contribute.
Every Wednesday at 15:00 UTC, we have the weekly RDO community meeting on the #RDO channel on Freenode IRC. The agenda for this meeting is posted each week in a public etherpad and the minutes from the meeting are posted on the RDO website. If there's something you'd like to see happen in RDO - a package that is missing, a tool that you'd like to see included, or a change in how things are governed - this is the best time and place to help make that happen.
Every Thursday at 15:00 UTC, there is a weekly CentOS Cloud SIG meeting on the #centos-devel channel on Freenode IRC. The agenda for this meeting is posted each week in a public etherpad and the minutes from the meeting are posted on the RDO website. This meeting makes sense for people that are involved in packaging OpenStack for CentOS and for people that are packaging OTHER cloud infra thingies (OpenNebula, CloudStack, Euca, etc) for CentOS. “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” - Helen Keller
- At the Open Infrastructure Summit, the OpenStack Board of Directors confirmed Zuul as a top-level Open Infrastructure project, joining OpenStack and recently confirmed Kata Containers.
- The OSF launched the OpenStack Ironic Bare Metal Program in Denver, highlighting the commercial ecosystem for Ironic, at-scale deployments of Ironic, and evolution of OpenStack beyond virtual machines. Case studies by CERN and Platform9 were published along with the announcement
Forum and PTG and More, Oh MY
Following the open design principle, The OpenStack community at large discussed the future of OpenStack at various Forum sessions at the Open Infrastructure Summit in Denver. This was followed by the Project Teams Gathering event, where 46 different OpenStack project teams, SIGs and workgroups came to meet in-person and discuss their work for the Train release cycle. You can catch up on those discussions by reading the session and meeting summaries posted on the openstack-discuss mailing-list.
Keep in Touch
There are lots of ways to stay in in touch with what's going on in the RDO community. The best ways are …
- IRC - #rdo on Freenode.irc.net
As always, thanks for being part of the RDO community!