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Mitch Wagner
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Mitch Wagner,
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3/26/2015 | 11:02:17 AM
Re: Mailing lists
Thanks, HRKirksey! Those seem to be standard channels for open source teams to communicate. Good to see this group using them. 
cnwedit
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3/25/2015 | 2:43:40 PM
Re: Mailing lists
Thanks, Heather, for providing that information. I have now browsed around the wiki site myself - very interesting stuff.
DHagar
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3/25/2015 | 2:36:17 PM
Re: Client or Cloud "Brief Thoughts"
MikeP688, true.  It has to be a platform that is recognized, not just version 1001 - or there will be no identity.
MikeP688
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MikeP688,
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3/25/2015 | 9:11:11 AM
Re: Client or Clooud "Brief Thoughts"
The challenge is to push this in a way that would insure continued viablity.   We have all been privy to all who have been the "flavor of the moment" and thereafter dissipated like the wind.    Our challenge is to insure that such innovation is fostered day in and day out.   
HRKirksey
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HRKirksey,
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3/24/2015 | 10:33:02 PM
Re: Mailing lists
Hi Mitch,

Like OpenDaylight, we also use mailing lists within OPNFV that are open to everyone, regardless of whether they're a member.  Many of the projects have publicly available IRC channels and recurring calls as well. All the technical project activities, including the weekly Technical Steering Committee calls, are open to anyone who's interested.  If you're curious, I recommend going for a spin around the Wiki to look at project information, call schedule, etc.  https://wiki.opnfv.org/
kq4ym
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kq4ym,
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3/24/2015 | 4:13:54 PM
Re: Client or Cloud *Brief Thoughts*
In the efforts to increase membership in the various open source groups I wonder if there may be some inefficiencies coming along with the theoretical benefits of open source. " ...it's a little less clear how those who are unable to engage directly in the process, for whatever reason, will stay abreast of development details," but what will happen as the groups grow and "splinter" into various avenues...
DHagar
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3/23/2015 | 9:29:12 PM
Re: Client or Clooud "Brief Thoughts"
MikeP688, great thoughts.  You are exactly correct.  The people that already know the values, such as the great examples jbailo is identifying, aren't the ones that need to be convinced.  The ability to show the "feasibility" and "benefits" NFV and SDN provide is what will keep the open source windows and grow the markets.  They need to see this as a viable alternative to what they know about.

This is the great value of lightreading, and other informative sites!
jabailo
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3/22/2015 | 9:47:21 PM
Re: Client or Cloud *Brief Thoughts*

Well, yes, and here is where NFV and SDN could shine through.

Think about how you would design a close to 0ms latency network...no slower than the speed of light!

Would replacing hardware with software do it?

Would you want "ultra hardware" like superconductive fibers?

How about predictive technology -- that say, figures out what you are likely to do next and preloads it to a local node (still in the cloud) but close to you!

 

 
MikeP688
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3/22/2015 | 8:54:47 PM
Re: Client or Cloud *Brief Thoughts*
Sure..no question--but I am sure you agree that beyond the "Geeks" things have to be very very seamless for it to be able to be adopted on a mass scale.   
jabailo
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jabailo,
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3/22/2015 | 8:50:39 PM
Re: Client or Cloud *Brief Thoughts*
Well...it's halfway there.

It still requires a specific app harness that runs client software.

What may be possible with 1Gbps throughput and low latency is the sending of the entire screen.

The idea is that the entire video GPU would be hosted in the network, and similar to Chromecast you would send only keystrokes up to the cloud, and get HDMI updates.

Really, a kind of X-Windows terminal but with all the media and gaming capabilities of a modern computer.

NVidia's Shield is being developed along these lines...

http://shield.nvidia.com/
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