This talk is not about:
• OpenStack doesn’t ‘work’
• another solution is ‘better’ than OpenStack
• no one gets any value out of OpenStack
• the OpenStack story has to have a bad ending
• OpenStack is bad people
If OpenStack is making you happy, don’t mind me.
We just have different standards and aspirations.
and that’s ok
we can still be friends
the study of mathematical models of conﬂict and
cooperation between intelligent rational decisions makers
choosing to maximize a utility function
no players have anything to gain by
changing only their own strategy unilaterally.
an allocation of resources in which it is impossible
to make any one individual better off without
making at least one individual worse off
possible to make at least one individual better
off without making any individual worse off
but no one will change their strategy
The dilemma then is that mutual cooperation
yields a better outcome than mutual defection
but it is not the rational outcome because the
choice to cooperate, at the individual level, is not
rational from a self-interested point of view.
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