Twelve straw man positions to frame OpenStack “what is core” discussion


Train WheelsIt’s time to move to the what from the how and why.  In my experience discussing the framework, it’s important to understand the context at this point because our objective is to define the common ground.  If you mistake the intent then it’s much harder to understand the details, but here they are…

I’m hopeful that the framework we’re defining today will ultimately be taken for granted.  Until then, relax and remember that this straw man is a work in progress.

These positions have been crafted over the course of several weeks and are constantly evolving. Next steps are to expand discussions to the OpenStack Community for input and review at the next Board Meeting on August 6th.   Ultimately, we need to close this issue at the next Summit.

I present them here for reference and encourage the community to bring up dialog on the OpenStack list (positions are sourced here).

Update Aug 13, 2013: These original 12 points have been refined down to 10.

You’re welcome to read the original 12 below, but I recommend skipping over to the refined set.

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