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December 12, 2016

Fix a top priority ONOS bug and we’ll thank you with an ONOS fleece jacket

We are looking for help with the following four high-priority ONOS bugs. These are part of our bug bounty program—anyone who takes and fixes one of these bugs will be thanked with an ONOS fleece jacket. With the weather getting colder, stay warm by submitting a patch. ONOS-5347: ONOS cluster not able to recover after […]

December 5, 2016

Announcing Pier Luigi Ventre and Vinod Kumar as new Module Owners

Congratulations to Pier Luigi Ventre and Vinod Kumar 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 […]

November 29, 2016

Guest Blog: Achieving Next Generation OSS with the TMF ZOOM, ONOS and Huawei

By Rob Jack, Huawei Rob Jack is the Chief Solution Architect, OSS within Huawei’s Consulting & IT Services division and has held senior OSS architecture and consulting roles for over 20 years throughout Asia, Australia, Europe and the Middle East. He served as CTO for Fastwire, a specialist Inventory Management OSS solution prior to its […]

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November 15, 2016

Survey results and feedback about ONOS Build

We asked people who attended ONOS Build to give us feedback about the event and we’ve had a good response so far. To help generate more ideas and input, we wanted to share some interesting results from the survey and see if people had additional thoughts and suggestions to add. Below are details about survey […]

November 9, 2016

ONOS Build 2016 Summary

Thank you to everyone who participated in ONOS Build last week. The event was a success because we had such an energized group of around 200 community members. For anyone who wasn’t able to make it or for attendees looking for more information, we wanted to share a summary of what happened and point you […]

October 31, 2016

Remote participation information for ONOS Build

ONOS Build is happening later this week and we want to invite all community members to participate. If you’re going to the event in person, please be sure to check out the logistics information before you travel. If you’re not attending in person, you can participate remotely by: Following the @ONLAB_ONOS Twitter handle — there […]

October 19, 2016

Open Networking Foundation and ON.Lab Merger – Questions and Answers

Why have ONF and ON.Lab entered into an agreement to become a single organization? We are taking a bold step to shape the future of networking by bringing standards and open source efforts under a single umbrella, we are building real synergy between the two organizations – allowing open source development and deployment to guide […]

October 13, 2016

Help us create and execute a metrics plan for ONOS

There are several ways that an increased focus on gathering and analyzing community metrics could help the ONOS community. For instance, analyzing commit and review activity could make it easier for us to identify people who should be made module owners. There isn’t anyone actively working on doing this now, so we’re posting to the […]

October 12, 2016

ONOS Community Blog Series: Deployments Brigade

  Learn about the ONOS Deployments Brigade from Luca Prete, MTS ON.Lab: Q: Luca, please tell us a bit about yourself and role within ONOS. A: As an SDN enthusiast, I joined ON.Lab in 2014 before the open sourcing of ONOS. I earned a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science in Milan and a Masters in […]

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October 10, 2016

ONOS and CORD Community Update: October 2016 Board Meeting

As part of our effort to increase transparency, I wanted to share the slides about the ONOS and CORD communities that I presented at last week’s board meeting. This was intended to be a high-level overview of recent community activity—it leaves out a lot of the details of what we’ve been doing lately but it […]