Here’s the news from the OpenStack world that we know you won’t want to miss — the musings, polemics and questions posed by the larger community.
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But the tastiest morsel is for last: Open Source and DreamHost: Like Peanut Butter and Chocolate.
If coders love challenges, what happens when OpenStack keeps getting easier? Arthur Cole over at the Tesora blog looks to the dangers and opportunities as we march on.
What’s got OpenStack Board member Rob Hirschfeld in knots? "OpenStack loves to track developer counts and committers, but velocity without a feedback loop to set direction is unlikely to get us anywhere sustainable." More on his takeaways from the recent Product Working Group meeting.
— Mark Collier (@sparkycollier) February 5, 2015
@tadowguy i don't know about you, but i really want to go to the Love Summit in Vancouver this year
— Dolph Mathews (@dolphm) February 4, 2015
One of these large upgrades happened last night at eBay Inc – http://t.co/sGENUPVnx8)
— Subbu Allamaraju (@sallamar) February 5, 2015
— martin_casado (@martin_casado) February 5, 2015
— vmiss (@vmiss33) February 6, 2015
Submitted speaking proposal for #openstack summit Vancouver. Fingers crossed!
— Bernard Golden (@bernardgolden) February 6, 2015
— HPE Cloud (@HPE_Cloud) February 4, 2015
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