During the OpenStack summit a few weeks ago, I had the chance to talk to some
people about my experience on running open source projects. It turns out that
after hanging out in communities and contributing to many projects for years, I
may be able to provide some hindsight and an external eye to many of those who
are new to it.
It's again that time of the year, where we all fly out to a different country
to chat about OpenStack and what we'll do during the next 6 months. This time,
it was in Austin, TX and we
chatted about the new Newton release that will be out in October.
A little less than 2 months after our latest major release, here is the new
minor version of Gnocchi, stamped
2.1.0. It was a smooth release, but
with one major feature implemented by my fellow fantastic developer Mehdi
Abaakouk: the ability to create resource types dynamically.
A little more than 3 months after our latest minor release, here is the new
major version of Gnocchi, stamped
2.0.0. It contains a lot of new and
exciting features, and I'd like to talk about some of them to celebrate!