Today you all released Pike, the latest release of OpenStack. That’s 16 software releases, every one on time, going back nearly seven years to October 21, 2010. That’s impressive! I think it speaks to what an amazing community we have and to all of your contributions.
To everyone who contributed, whether through code, docs, ideas, feedback, financial support, or community organizing: thank you!
OpenStack wouldn’t be a part of some of the greatest stories in the world, from the largest rail way, power company, and payment company in the world to the most innovative start ups, without your tireless efforts. With members in over 180 countries, clearly the world is counting on your work, and you continue to deliver :)
I hope to see many of you at the PTG in Denver in a few days, and all of you in November at the OpenStack Summit in Sydney to celebrate everything this community has already accomplished, and plan for all the things we will accomplish together in the future.
On Aug 30, 2017, at 8:24 AM, Thierry Carrez email@example.com wrote:
Hello OpenStack community,
I'm proud and excited to announce the final release for the components
of OpenStack Pike, which concludes the 6-month Pike development cycle.
You will find a complete list of all components, their latest versions,
and links to individual project release notes documents listed on the
OpenStack releases site:
Congratulations to everyone who has contributed to making this release a
success. Pike saw contributions from more than 1800 individuals,
bringing the total number of contributors to OpenStack since 2012 up to
6650. During the Pike cycle we merged an average of 220 changes per day,
which makes OpenStack one of the most active software development
project out there today.
Our next development cycle, Queens, has already started. Project team
members will meet in Denver starting on September 11 at the Project
Teams Gathering to kickstart the work for the coming 6 months. I hope to
see you there!
Thierry Carrez (ttx)
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