Colorado is one of the hubs" of OpenStack development, though it is not as natural as it is in Austin, San Antonio, or the greater Bay area. We are fairly distributed and we've had to do a little work to create a presence.
By using personal connections, IRC, and Meetups, we've built a community and so can you. This session will talk about what "community" means in a region where there is no natural centerpoint. OpenStack expertise and interest is sprinkled broadly throughout the Denver Metro, Boulder, and Northern Colorado area and we do some things to make it feel like a tighter community. We'll share those ideas with you.
Sr Engineer, Cloud, Time Warner Cable
Open source advocate for 15+ years. | OpenStack developer, deployer since 2011... | Frisbee thrower as long as I can remember... | OpenStack Community leader for 3+ years.
Wednesday May 14, 2014 9:00am - 9:40am
Attendance numbers do not account for private attendees. Get there early!