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February 9, 2017

Information about upcoming ONOS community elections

Dear ONOS Community Members, It is that time of year when we do voting for ONOS positions. If you want to vote in elections, you need to make sure your name is on the community voting list. You can review the list here. This year we are expanding the list of people who can vote […]

February 1, 2017

ONOS and CORD Projects Add Eight New Collaborators to a Burgeoning Global Network

ONOS® and CORD® Projects are thrilled to announce that Agema Systems, Aricent, Criterion Networks, Infosys, INSPIRE Group, OpenAirInterface Software Alliance, Quanta Cloud Technology and University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) have joined the projects as collaborators – signifying continued growth throughout the increasingly-vibrant open source networking community. Agema, Infosys, INSPIRE Group and USTC […]

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January 23, 2017

Community Blog Series: ONOS Build Hackathon Winners, LISP SBI

If you attended ONOS Build 2016 last year (click here for David’s event recap), you likely observed the incredible work during the community showcase coming from our ONOS brigade and hackathon teams. At the end of the event, the community awarded prizes to hackathon teams Team LISP SBI (first prize), Team Schnappi (second prize) and Team Roll […]

January 19, 2017

Announcing Andrea Campanella as new Module Owner

Congratulations to Andrea Campanella for being accepted as a new module owner for the following parts of the ONOS codebase. Owners are responsible for maintaining the quality of contributions for their part of the codebase and are responsible for reviewing code contributed to those modules from other people in the community. If you have questions […]

January 17, 2017

Get Involved in New ONOS Brigades

Last year we tried a new way to create teams around developing several new ONOS features — these brigades have been successful and we want to expand on this in 2017. We’re planning to start 7 new ONOS brigades in the first half of the year and then launch 6 new CORD brigades after that. […]

January 13, 2017

Community Blog Series: ONOS Build Hackathon Winners, Team Roll the Control

If you attended ONOS Build 2016 last month (click here for David’s event recap), you likely observed the incredible work during the community showcase coming from our ONOS brigade and hackathon teams. At the end of the event, the community awarded prizes to hackathon teams Team LISP SBI (first prize), Team Schnappi (second prize) and […]

January 11, 2017

ONOS and CORD Community Update: January 2017 Board Meeting

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 […]

January 11, 2017

Submit Your ONS 2017 Talks Before CFP Deadline of Jan. 21

We’re closing in on the call for proposals deadline for the 2017 Open Networking Summit (ONS 2017), the premier Linux Foundation-hosted open networking event taking place April 3-6, 2017 at the Santa Clara Convention Center this year.   This is a can’t-miss opportunity for the open source community across the networking ecosystem to come together, […]

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January 3, 2017

Announcing Aihua Guo as new Module Owner

Congratulations to Aihua Guo for being accepted as a new module owner for the following parts of the ONOS codebase. Owners are responsible for maintaining the quality of contributions for their part of the codebase and are responsible for reviewing code contributed to those modules from other people in the community. If you have questions […]

December 19, 2016

Announcing Henry Yu and Gaurav Agrawal as new Module Owners

Congratulations to Henry Yu and Gaurav Agrawal for being accepted as new module owners for the following parts of the ONOS codebase. Owners are responsible for maintaining the quality of contributions for their part of the codebase and are responsible for reviewing code contributed to those modules from other people in the community. If you […]