Building an OpenStack Community in your Neighborhood
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
I'm an OpenStack contributor, user, and evangelist. I've been using and supporting OpenStack for three years (yep, three years). I've got experience in networking and storage and a long Linux background. I started the Colorado OpenStack meetup two years ago as a way to get more people in Northern Colorado involved and informed in OpenStack. I've also presented at the OpenStack Denver meetup in the same vein. I'm med_" on freenode IRC and participate (irregularly) in several of the OpenStack... Read More →
Wednesday May 14, 2014 9:00am - 9:40am
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