Today we’re happy to announce the gRPC brigade’s upcoming work week in Seoul. This brigade is dedicated to the use of google’s gRPC framework to enhance the ONOS experience. gRPC is a lightweight and efficient rpc (remote procedure call) framework which provides backward compatibility, efficient serialization and non-blocking calls. It builds on the strengths of […]
Congratulations to Zack Williams for being accepted as a new project maintainer for the ONOS codebase. A “project maintainer” is someone with administration rights to work on build and release processes, as well as cleanup, maintenance and reorganization efforts. If you have questions about the ONOS build and release processes, please contact Zack.
As we mentioned in the first update of our ONOS Build 2017 blog series, today’s blog post will focus on how you can get involved in early planning of the event and when you should plan to arrive and leave Seoul, what type of travel subsidies we’ll be providing and how to obtain a visa if […]
As the ONOS community continues to grow, clearly communicating the ONOS vision becomes increasingly important to ensure that our large group of contributors work together to advance open source and software defined standards. The ONOS Project uses the Brigade model to foster cohesive collaboration, in which small dedicated teams form to focus on developing specific […]
As we mentioned during the last Community Steering Team call, we’re kicking off a series of blog posts these coming weeks/months that will provide regular updates on the advancement of the design, planning and execution of ONOS Build 2017. Importantly, everyone is encouraged to react to each blog post by sharing feedback directly on the […]
Carmelo Cascone is kicking off a new P4 brigade. P4 is a domain-specific language (DSL) designed to allow the programming of packet forwarding devices. The scope of this brigade is to make ONOS aware of this new dimension of programmability, in which support for new forwarding/processing capabilities can be added by writing and deploying P4 […]
Congratulations to Charles Chan for being accepted as a new super module owner for the ONOS codebase. A “super module owner” is someone who can give a +2 review for any part of the codebase (including new areas) and submit code into the repository. Owners are responsible for maintaining the quality of contributions for their […]
Today, we’re thrilled to announce not one, but two important developer conferences you should save the date for in your calendar. Building on the success of last year’s ONOS Build 2016 and honouring our promise to move the event to a different continent each year, we will be hosting the second edition of the conference […]
Congratulations to Yi Tseng 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 […]
Murat Parlakisik, a software architect at Argela and an active ONOS Ambassador, is kicking off a new ONOS Orchestration Brigade. The focus of this effort is to work on integrating various orchestrators into ONOS and will investigate options to integrate with OPNFV, ONAP, ECOMP, Open-O and Open Baton. If this is something you’re interested in, […]
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