Tag Archives: OpenStack Foundation

OpenStack Is A Social Contract

There’s been much talk in recent years about the merits of having a benevolent dictator guide the OpenStack Project a la Linux Torvalds and the Linux Kernel.  While I don’t want to get into the merits of such an approach in this blog post, I do want to call out that in the absence of […]

Contributing To OpenStack Even If You Are Not A Developer

I had the opportunity recently to join in an OpenStack User Group meetup down in Texas and to participate in a very important discussion on the subject of the “OpenStack Core.”  The discussion was primarily led by OpenStack Foundation Board members, Rob Hirschfeld, Sean Roberts, and Troy Toman. It was a reminder of how important […]