It goes from an overview to details, from open source to governing that, how the members and non-members add knowledge and features, the future of OpenDayLight and how it compares to the Open Networking Foundation.
As a daughter of the Linux-foundation I see that the OpenDayLight Project is truly open. Everyone can listen to the Technical Steering Committees, add proposals, knowledge and commit code.
What I think is really interesting from this episode is that OpenDayLight is not (only) about OpenFlow. It is a controller-framework where any southbound protocol can be added as a plugin. Not forgetting the northbound API’s currently in discussion are the east-west protocols to interface with other controller platforms.