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ONOS and CORD Community Update: January 2017 Board Meeting


January 11, 2017

As part of our effort to increase transparency, I wanted to share the slides about the ONOS and CORD communities that I put together for next week’s board meeting. This is intended to be a high-level overview of achievements from 2016 and what our plans are for the community in 2017.

The full set of slides are on Google Docs (ONOS slides, CORD slides), but since that isn’t accessible by everyone in the community, I’ll pull out the key points below.

State of the Community

Both the ONOS and CORD communities saw steady growth in membership over 2016.

Here is the ONOS member growth chart:

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Here is the CORD member growth chart:

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Accomplishments in 2016

I’m pleased with what was achieved with both the ONOS and CORD communities in 2016.

For ONOS, our goal for the year was to “Grow the size and effectiveness of the ONOS community and establish a way to integrate the efforts of everyone involved (ON.Lab staff, partners, collaborators and volunteers) so we’re all heading in the same direction.” This was achieved by:

For CORD, our goal for the year was to “Launch the CORD community as a separate open source project with its own identity and quickly scale using tried and tested methods and processes from the ONOS community.” This was achieved by:

Roadmap for 2017

For ONOS, we’ll be focusing on these priorities in Q1:

For the rest of the year, we’ll focus on:

For CORD, we’ll be focusing on these priorities in Q1:

For the rest of the year, we’ll focus on:

Questions for discussion

For both communities, I think there are two important questions for the board to discuss: