Set the Agenda at OpenStack Summit Boston
The next OpenStack Summit is just three months away now, and as is their custom, the organizers have once again invited you–the OpenStack Community–to vote on which presentations will and will not be featured at the event. Don’t roll your eyes. Voting for the talks is a legitimate and worthwhile exercise. How worthwhile and how […]
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The Fun Kind of Voting!
Let’s take a break from presidential politics for just a moment to consider an election that is happening much sooner, and will probably be much more fun for everyone involved. The OpenStack Foundation received over 1,500 submissions for speaking sessions at the upcoming Barcelona Summit, and they need your help in deciding which ones to […]
The Votes Have Been Counted!
And it looks like the Foundation has used that input to assemble a Summit schedule jam-packed with relevant and interesting presentations about OpenStack. There will be a lot of NFV material this time around, a lot of SDN, and yes–we’ll all still be talking about containers. If you’d like to hear from Cisco speakers at the event, you’ve […]
YOU Decide Who Speaks in Austin
You know the drill. It’s one of the great things about the OpenStack Summit. Unlike most other conferences, where organizers single-handedly set the agenda based on what they think you want to hear, the OpenStack Summit agenda is based on what you actually want to hear. Curious about containers? Intrigued by NFV? Wondering what’s next […]
Help Choose Speakers for the Tokyo OpenStack Summit
If you’re an OpenStack Foundation member—and especially if you’re attending the Tokyo Summit in October — step up! It’s time to vote for speakers! The polls opened last night and are closing soon (July 30 at 11:59 PM PDT). The following link will take you to the main Foundation voting page where you can see […]