ROADMAP & DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
OpenDaylight is committed to an open design and development process. The community operates around a time-based release cycle of roughly every six months with frequent development milestones. The naming convention for each OpenDaylight release follows the atomic number of elements in the periodic table, per the release calendar below.
All release planning is conducted via public forums and current information about the state of planning is available on the OpenDaylight Wiki.
February 4th, 2014 – Hydrogen
September 29th, 2014 – Helium
June 29tth, 2015 – Lithium
February 22nd, 2016 – Beryllium
September 21st, 2016 – Boron
May 26th, 2017 – Carbon
September 7th, 2017 – Nitrogen
DETAILED RELEASE INFORMATION
Because our design and development is done in the open, we have public documentation available regarding the development status of the current and upcoming release.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
OpenDaylight Technical Steering Committee (TSC) holds weekly public meetings to discuss current development topics. If you are interested in contributing to a future release, visit the OpenDaylight Wiki. The OpenDaylight foundation hosts developer forums, hackfests and other events to advance development. Visit OpenDaylight Events to see a current list.
To get involved with the development process, visit Getting Started for Developers.
To download, install and deploy the platform, visit Downloads.