The video from the presentation I gave with Mark McLoghlin at the
OpenStack summit last week is online.
In the fast-paced world of OpenStack development, we often focus on
short-term needs like bug fixes and new features. The Oslo Program
takes a longer view of the health and sustainability of the
project. Our mission is to make OpenStack more maintainable by
addressing cross-project code reuse and architectural issues. In this
presentation we will cover the origins of Oslo and the processes and
tools the team uses to improve OpenStack from the bottom up, making it
easier to deploy, more approachable for new contributors, and
sustainable for long-term use.
The slides are available on slideshare.net:
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