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Upstream development track – please submit
We’ll have an “Upstream development” track at the Austin Summit. It will happen on the Monday, before the Design Summit starts. This is a classic Summit conference track with recorded videos, so we want polished proposals for this track. We expect these to include general communication about development process changes, new features in a central project that need adoption in other projects, corner use cases that may need support from development, developer-oriented infra talks and upstream development best practices. To propose a talk for this track, use the Summit proposal system, select Upstream development, and meet the February 1st deadline.
The OpenStack overall mission has stood proudly for years now, and is due for an update to increase focus on cloud consumers rather than solely on cloud builders. So we have proposed an amendment to the original mission. You can read the current and proposed new mission on governance.openstack.org.
And now, even more doc
In a clarification effort, we pushed the definition of the 4 opens, as well as clarified OpenStack licensing requirements as reference documents under the governance repository. Previously those were maintained in oral tradition, the wiki, or left as an exercise to the reader of the Foundation bylaws. You can now find them published (like all Technical Committee resolutions and reference information) on the governance website.
The names are here! The names are here!
The N and O releases directly after Mitaka will be Newton and Ocata. For the Austin Summit, the tie-in is to the “Newton House”, located at 1013 E. Ninth Street in Austin, Texas. It’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For the Barcelona Summit, know that Ocata is a beach about 20 minutes north of Barcelona by train.
Clarifying licensing requirements
A new governance page clarifies guidelines for licensing for projects in and around OpenStack. We want to raise awareness and highlight that page for future reference. In the subset of OpenStack projects that may be included in a Defcore trademark program, the project must be licensed under Apache Software License v2, ASLv2. Libraries and software built in the OpenStack infrastructure system should use OSI-approved licenses that do not restrict distribution of the consuming project. Read more on the governance website.