I went to the San Francisco Zoo a couple weeks ago, among the critters I saw was their grizzly bears.
But this post is about a different kind of grizzly. OpenStack’s 7th release, Grizzly, was released today. It was the first release I was involved with and with my increased work lately with testing around DevStack it’s been an interesting experience.
Today Monty Taylor published some stats about the release, comparing to the previous two (Essex and Folsom):
|Avg patches per Change||2.6||3.6||2.7|
Or if you prefer, patches uploaded, changes created and changes landed in pretty chart form:
Mark McLoughlin also shared some stats from a couple other sources.
Congratulations to everyone on the release!