OpenStack Summit opens with an open-source gospel reading
Jonathan Bryce, executive director of the OpenStack Foundation, kicked off the OpenStack Summit with about 4,500 developers, end-users, and executives with a sermon on the gospel of open source software development.
Bryce opened with a pep talk to the OpenStack faithful. He talked about how the open source method had enabled OpenStack to hit its release dates for its latest version, Icehouse, while bringing in thousands of developers from hundreds of companies. At the same time, he mentioned the Internet is what enables programmers and reviewers to work in real-time.