Post-summit summary of OpenStack Paris

Seven straight full time working days, starting from 9am Saturday and Sunday for the second edition of OpenStack Upstream Training to the feedback session on Friday evening at 6pm are finally over and I’m starting to catch up.

I spoke on Monday, highlighting some of the findings of my research on how to change organizations so they can better contribute to OpenStack, later lead with Rob, Sean and Allison the creation of the Product working group (more on this later). The double-length session dedicated to addressing the growth pain in Neutron has removed the “if” and left the question to “how and when do we empower drivers and plugin developers to take their fate in their own hands”.

I think this has been one of the most productive summit, I’m leaving Paris with the feeling we keep on improving our governance models and processes to better serve our ecosystem. Despite the criticisms, this community keeps on changing and adapts to new opportunities and threats like nothing I’ve seen before. I’m all charged up and ready for the six months of intense work leading up to Vancouver!

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