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OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (Mar 21 – 28)

OpenStack Summit May 2014 Schedule & Registration Deadlines

The official Summit agenda is now live. Adjustments, edits, additions to the schedule may be made between now and the Summit.  Continue to visit the site for updates.
March 28 is the last day to save 50% off the full price and register for the Summit at the discounted Early Bird rate. Don’t miss out – prices will increase on March 29. Register now.

Running a Baseline Usability Test on Horizon

Over the last few months, a group of folks from multiple companies has been doing research around building a set of Personas to present at the Atlanta Summit. Liz Blanchard wrote up the results of the first usability testing on the most recent (Icehouse) version of the OpenStack Dashboard (Horizon).

The road to Juno Summit – Atlanta 2014

  • Redeem your invite code NOW or pay extra to join the Summit! Check your inbox and spam folder if you contributed code before March 3rd for your invitation.
  • No more batch invites will be sent.
  • Applying for Visa? Looking for accommodation in Atlanta? Visit http://openstack.org/summit
  • Check the official agenda

How to Build OpenStack Docs and Contributors through Community

Anne Gentle lays the ground for the discussions to be held in Atlanta: collaborate on a request for proposals for a new front-end design for our documentation that can help us make changes to how docs are authored. Also, how to enable non-CLA contributors to the docs. Read more about our Docs team, how it manages to work upstream and coordinate work across continents.

Security Advisories and Notices

Tips ‘n Tricks

Upcoming Events

Other News

Got Answers?

Ask OpenStack is the go-to destination for OpenStack users. Interesting questions waiting for answers:

Welcome New Reviewers and Developers

Joseph Robinson renminmin
Michał Jastrzębski Longgeek
Erlon R. Cruz Thom Leggett
Uros Jovanovic Michał Jastrzębski
Thom Leggett Hareesh Puthalath
Kazutaka Morita Emmet Hikory
Chris Friesen Ryan Hallisey
Luigi Toscano Zhang Gong
Longgeek Vlad Naboichenko
Joseph Matthew Ching Steven DuChene
Jeff Applewhite Sergey Gotliv
Zhang Gong Marco Morais
Therese McHale Luis Fernandez
Allison Randal Jason Kincl
Aleksey Chuprin Steven Gonzales
Ricardo Carrillo Cruz Sergey Murashov
Jay Faulkner Michael Elder
Svechnikov Artur Christian Huebner
Alon Marx Chad Lung
lirenke Alexei Vinogradov
Brandon Logan Feng Xi Yan
Meena Pitchiah
Madhuri Kumari
Jeremiah Patterson
Anna Shen

Latest Activity In Projects

Do you want to see at a glance the bugs filed and solved this week? Latest patches submitted for review? Check out the individual project pages on OpenStack Activity Board – Insights.

OpenStack Reactions

Trying to ping for a review during openstack summit

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Category: Communication, community, Newsletter

Open Mic Spotlight: Sascha Peilicke

Sascha PeilickeThis post is part of the OpenStack Open Mic series to spotlight the people who have helped make OpenStack successful. Each week, a new contributor will step up to the mic and answer five questions about OpenStack, cloud, careers and what they do for fun. If you’re interested in being featured, please choose five questions from this form and submit!

Sascha Peilicke is a cloud software engineer for SUSE, where he works on the company’s OpenStack, Crowbar and SUSE Cloud business areas. He is also an open SUSE community member, core contributor and package/maintenance update reviewer. He resides in Nuremberg Germany. Follow him on Twitter @saschpe

1. What random or unique items are in your bag or backpack right now?

Headphones, an umbrella and an air pump. Nothing can go wrong with these.

2. Where is your happy place? Favorite place to visit, vacation, decompress?

The hammock on my balcony – I just installed it yesterday again after temperatures in Germany surpassed 19 degrees Celsius.

3. What publications, blogs, mailing lists, etc do you read every day?

A whole lot, I’d say. I am following a range of mailing lists covering OpenStack (of course), openSUSE, Go, Python, Django, and general Linux. On the other hand, I’m a heavy (Tiny Tiny) RSS user and read a long list of IT industry and developer blogs.

4. What do you think OpenStack will be used for in 20 years, 50 years!?

It will provide just about everything as a service by then. It will be feature-complete with VIMaaS (VIM as a Service) and end the long-raging editor wars.

5. If you couldn’t be a developer, what would your dream job be?

Bar owner next to the Mediterranean Sea. Ideally at the Côte d’Azur or Liguria (Italy).

Category: Open Mic

OpenStack Summit May 2014 Schedule & Registration Deadlines

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The official Summit agenda is now live: http://openstacksummitmay2014atlanta.sched.org

Adjustments, edits, additions to the schedule may be made between now and the Summit.  Continue to visit the site for updates.

Upcoming deadline reminders:

March 28* is the last day to save 50% off the full price and register for the Summit at the discounted Early Bird rate. Don’t miss out – prices will increase on March 29.

Register here: https://openstacksummitmay2014.eventbrite.co.uk

March 31* is the deadline to sign contracts to sponsor the Summit. We still have a few Event and Startup sponsorship levels available. Contact events@openstack.org if you are interested.

April 14* is the deadline to redeem all sponsor and speaker registration codes. If you are a sponsor or a confirmed speaker – please check your email inbox or junk folder for the code. When registering on Eventbrite you will need to enter your code before you select the ticket.

* The time for each deadline listed above is 11:55pm CST.

Please contact events@openstack.org with any Summit related questions.

Category: Event, Summit, Uncategorized

OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (Mar 14 – 21)

Upcoming changes to Design Summit format

Since the very beginning of OpenStack we fulfilled our Open Design promise by organizing a developer gathering open to all OpenStack contributors at the beginning of all our development cycles, called the Design Summit. Those events have proven to be an essential part of OpenStack success and growth. Lots of things are changing for the Atlanta “Juno” Summit: staggering conference and Design Summit, no more unconference but “Other Projects” dedicated track, more coordination with cross project discussions. Read the details, do it now.

OpenStack 2013.1.5 released

The OpenStack Stable Maintenance team is happy to announce the release of the 2013.1.5 stable Grizzly release. A total of 44 bugs have been fixed across all projects. These updates to Grizzly are intended to be low risk with no intentional regressions or API changes. The list of bugs, tarballs and other milestone information for each project can be found on Launchpad.

I need some data from the OpenStack user group leaders

OpenStack Ambassadors are compiling user group data. To better track how we’re doing worldwide. Pay attention to messages from your area’s Ambassador as they may need to get a few details about how your OpenStack user group has been doing in the past half-year. The data provided will be used in the first “Regional Activity Report” at the Juno summit.

CERN Cloud Architecture – Update

CERN Cloud Architecture has grown, included a third cell and enabled Ceilometer compute-agent. Because of that CERN needed to perform some architecture changes to cope with the number of nova-api calls that ceilometer compute-agent generates. Read the details provided by Belmiro Moreira.

The road to Juno Summit – Atlanta 2014

  • Redeem your invite code NOW! Check your inbox and spam folder if you contributed code before March 3rd for your invitation.
  • No more batch invites will be sent.
  • Applying for Visa? Looking for accommodation in Atlanta? Visit http://openstack.org/summit

Tips ‘n Tricks

Reports from Previous Events

Upcoming Events

Other News

Got Answers?

Ask OpenStack is the go-to destination for OpenStack users. Interesting questions waiting for answers:

Welcome New Reviewers and Developers

li jian Ramashri Umale
Russell Haering Joe Fegan
Yuko Fukuda ramesh
Octavian Ciuhandu Srinivasa T N
Boden R Sridhar Gaddam
Adrian Vladu Matthew Edmonds
Ben Bell Jose Idar
mariam john Brandon Logan
Santiago Baldassin Sriram
Om Kumar Kevin Fox
Erno Kuvaja Jeremy Hopkins
Andrew Bramley Andre Aranha
Aleksandr Chirko dingxy
Greg Lucas Sylvain Baubeau
Matt Griffin Piyush Masrani
Jon Grimm Akhil Hingane
boh.ricky
cyli
Ying Li
Thiago Paiva Brito
Jamie Hannaford
Christian Martinez

Latest Activity In Projects

Do you want to see at a glance the bugs filed and solved this week? Latest patches submitted for review? Check out the individual project pages on OpenStack Activity Board – Insights.

OpenStack Reactions

fail-period

submitting a patch that passes Python tests, but realizing jenkins failed you because the commit message has a period at the end

The weekly newsletter is a way for the community to learn about all the various activities occurring on a weekly basis. If you would like to add content to a weekly update or have an idea about this newsletter, please leave a comment.

Category: Communication, community, Newsletter

Open Mic Spotlight: Charles Beadnall

charlesbeadnall_headshotThis post is part of the OpenStack Open Mic series to spotlight the people who have helped make OpenStack successful. Each week, a new contributor will step up to the mic and answer five questions about OpenStack, cloud, careers and what they do for fun. If you’re interested in being featured, please choose five questions from this form and submit!

Charles is currently VP of Engineering at GoDaddy. Previously, he was responsible for the ad and personalization platform at Yahoo!, and before that was in charge of infrastructure at Metaweb, and systems architecture at VeriSign. Connect with him on LinkedIn here

1. What new OpenStack projects do you think will have a significant impact on the cloud market in the next year?

Neutron, Ironic and Anvil. Neutron improves and standardizes the way we manage and interact with networked devices. Ironic completes the compute platform: not all workloads are optimized for virtualization. Anvil does a good job filling the installation gap for large deployments with packaging and standardization of OpenStack itself.

2. What does “open source” mean to you?

Open source means constant re-evaluation and optimization. Leveraging a community to streamline code and prevent the commercial software bloat: Linux vs. Windows.

3. What is your favorite example of OpenStack in production (besides yours, of course!) 

Yahoo! since I pulled the team together and they continue to push the envelope with scalability and stability.

4. What do you think is the single most important factor for the success of OpenStack users in 2014?

Getting more hosting companies to adopt and provide OpenStack API-compatible services.

5. What drew you to OpenStack?

I was initially involved at a previous company in an evaluation of Eucalyptus, CloudStack and OpenStack. At the time, Eucalyptus was endorsed by Amazon and CloudStack had the largest stable production deployments. OpenStack had an active, growing and inclusive community and high levels of testing. We chose OpenStack at that point and subsequently at GoDaddy as well. Hindsight is 20/20 – the OpenStack community and capabilities have definitely grown faster.

Category: Open Mic

OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (Mar 7 – 14)

My take on OpenStack proects, Congress, part 1 of 10

Sean Roberts started a series of posts about OpenStack projects that he thinks are critical and risk of getting lost in the noise.

An Icehouse Sneak Peek – OpenStack Compute (Nova)

It seems like it was only yesterday that the OpenStack community found itself gathering in Hong Kong to set the design goals for the Icehouse release. As we entered March development was still progressing at a fever pitch in the lead up to the feature freeze for the release but now the dust has started to settle and we are able to start getting a real feel for what OpenStack users and operators can look forward to in the Icehouse release.

People don’t like to queue up

Marconi’s developer Flavio Percoco has a crazy idea: let’s get rid of queues. How wacky is that?

OpenStack community training

The OpenStack community training project has been working since July 2013 to provide a structured training program to enable skill development for maintaining, consuming, and contributing to OpenStack. The team iscontinuing to increase the accuracy and usability of the documentation and training by engaging with user groups and community members across the world. Get familiar with this project and consider helping it out.

The road to Juno Summit – Atlanta 2014

  • Redeem your invite code NOW! Check your inbox and spam folder if you contributed code before March 3rd for your invitation.
  • No more batch invites will be sent.
  • Applying for Visa? Looking for accommodation in Atlanta? Visit http://openstack.org/summit

Tips ‘n Tricks

Reports from Previous Events

Upcoming Events

Other News

Got Answers?

Ask OpenStack is the go-to destination for OpenStack users. Interesting questions waiting for answers:

Welcome New Reviewers and Developers

Jia Dong Cristian Fiorentino
David Pursehouse zhangjinnan
zhiwei steve sonnenberg
mouad benchchaoui Jon Grimm
Roey Chen Greg Lucas
Piyush Masrani David Pursehouse
Mark Maglana Martin Konrad
Ana Malagon Alfredo Deza
Alexandra Settle Martin Mágr
Thiago Paiva Brito Bertrand Lallau
Madhuri Kumari Benjamin Staffin
Ivan Chavero (imcsk8) Sudhakar
Trevor Hutton Josh Gachnang
Tom Howley Jim Rollenhagen
Steven Kaufer Don Schenck
Simon Lorenz Russell Haering
Seth Fox Simon Chang
Maish Nirali
John Wood Michael Yu
Hemanth Ravi tinytmy
Facundo Farias mariam john
Ziad Sawalha bruceSz
Pierre Rambaud Gang Wei
Peter Belanyi Charles Crouch
Numan BK Box
Krsna Alexandra Settle
Ghanshyam John Haan
Chuck Burkett izikpenso
Akhil Hingane Tom Howley
Trent Geerdes Phil Hopkins
Jay Faulkner
rbenali
Joel Friedly
Forrest Carpenter
Danny Al-Gaaf
Brad P. Crochet
Brad P. Crochet
wanglianmin
hzxiongwenwu
Zhang Yang
Rajdeep
Pierre Rambaud
Luke Gorrie

Latest Activity In Projects

Do you want to see at a glance the bugs filed and solved this week? Latest patches submitted for review? Check out the individual project pages on OpenStack Activity Board – Insights.

OpenStack Reactions

swag

Finishing the last few bits of documentation and translating before passing it to the release manager

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Category: Communication, community, Newsletter

Open Mic Spotlight: Ryan Brady

ryanbradyThis post is part of the OpenStack Open Mic series to spotlight the people who have helped make OpenStack successful. Each week, a new contributor will step up to the mic and answer five questions about OpenStack, cloud, careers and what they do for fun. If you’re interested in being featured, please choose five questions from this form and submit!

Ryan Brady lives near Jacksonville, NC with his wife and 2 children. He enjoys running and woodworking. He’s a Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat where he works primarily on the TripleO project for OpenStack. Follow him on Twitter @rjbrady

1) How did you learn to code? Are you self-taught or did you lear in college? On-the-job?

I started out tinkering on my own. I got my first professional programming job while serving on active duty in the U.S. Marine Corps. Through both college courses and writing a lot of code on the job, I learned a lot and continued down the path I’m on now. I’ve been very luck to work with very talented programmers over the years who taught me many things I couldn’t find in a textbook. I’ve also continued tinkering on my own time for fun working on embedded devices and web projects. I feel like I’m still learning something new every week.

2) What does “open source” mean to you?

Freely available to view, modify and distribute. I think it applies to more than source code, but that is debatable.

3) Where is your favorite place to code? In the office, at a local coffee shop, in bed?

I love to work at home. Most of the time it’s in my home office, but during the spring and fall I love to work for short periods of time from my back porch. The lack of a commute allows me a little extra time every day to devote to development and has the obvious economical and environmental benefits.

4) What is your favorite example of OpenStack in production (besides yours, of course!)

I was very impressed by the deployment at CERN to help process data from the LHC.

5) What drew you to OpenStack?

My initial draw to OpenStack was to investigate it for software development and testing. I was impressed by what I saw and when I was offered the chance to work on it full time, I immediately said yes.

Category: Open Mic

OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (Feb 28 – Mar 7)

Make OpenStack speak your language

Looking for a way to contribute to OpenStack? Coding is just one of the available options. In fact, there are several non-coding activities like design, documentation, marketing and internationalization. For more details about this, go ahead and check out the how to contribute wiki page.

OpenStack Upstream Training in Atlanta

The OpenStack Foundation is delivering a training program to accelerate the speed at which new OpenStack developers are successful at integrating their own roadmap into that of the OpenStack project.  If you’re a new OpenStack contributor or plan on becoming one soon, you should sign up for the next OpenStack Upstream Training in Atlanta, May 10-11. Participation is strongly advised also for first time participants to OpenStack Design Summit.

Why we do Feature freeze

OpenStack Release Manager Thierry Carrez explains why OpenStack project does something so ‘anti-agile’ as feature freeze weeks before the release.

The Intersection of the OpenStack and Python Communities

OpenStack reached the considerable size of 1.3 million lines of code, mostly python. Oslo PTL Doug Hellmann shares his thoughts on how to keep OpenStack complexity manageable.

The road to Juno Summit – Atlanta 2014

  • Redeem your invite code NOW! Check your inbox and spam folder if you contributed code before January 25 for your invitation.
  • Next batch of invites will be sent next week.
  • Applying for Visa? Looking for accommodation in Atlanta? Visit http://openstack.org/summit

Tips ‘n Tricks

Reports from Previous Events

Upcoming Events

Security Advisories

Popular OpenStack Videos of the Week

Other News

Got Answers?

Ask OpenStack is the go-to destination for OpenStack users. Interesting questions waiting for answers:

Welcome New Reviewers and Developers

Ben Kero Franck
Shashank Hegde lirenke
Scott Adkins Raphael Mondesir
Matthew Weeks Newell Jensen
Lisa Clark Jon-Paul Sullivan
Anton Thaker Chuck Burkett
Wl-dustin Wl-dustin
Travis Plummer Santiago Baldassin
Marek Denis Rohit Karajgi
Shweta P Dimitri Mazmanov
Joshua Kolden ChenZheng
Jeremy Hanmer Arun Kant
Hou Ming Wang liuxichao
Daniel Gollub Simon Ingelsson
Andreas Rehn James Polley
keyvan Andres Isaac Benavides
Qiu Hua Qiao Santhoshkumar Kolathur
Alexander Bochkarev Matthew Weeks
Takuma Watanabe João Vale
Jamie Hannaford Jay Buffington
James Polley Daniel Korn
Ailing Zhang Richard Megginson
Itsuro Oda Peter Belanyi
Santhoshkumar Kolathur Hou Ming Wang
KATO Tomoyuki Glenn M. Gobeli
Timur Nurlygayanov Fabio Morais
Taylor Smith Jia Ming Zhang
Sourabh Patwardhan Song Li
Shawn Boyette Michael Denny
Li Min Liu Kurt Taylor
Kai Zhang James Michael DuPont
eaglezpf Erlon R. Cruz
Youcef Laribi David Barrett
Richard Megginson Alexander Jones
Priti Desai YAMAMOTO Takashi
Kevin Kirkpatrick Trinath Somanchi
Gabriele Cerami Paul Van Eck
David Johansen Nathan Regola
Damian Van Vuuren Matthew Weeks
Brett Campbell Mark Uszov
Alex Holden Coleman Corrigan
Rabi Mishra Alexander Bochkarev
Meena Pitchiah Mandeep Dhami
Lon Hohberger Lon Hohberger
Justin Lund Ibad Khan
Dmitry Tantsur Dmitry Tantsur
Abhishek Kekane Trent Geerdes
Masahito Muroi Luis de Bethencourt
Jackie Heitzer Jason E. Rist
miguel quintero Jackie Heitzer
guillaume thouvenin Constantine Peresypkin
Tomoko Inoue miguel quintero
Rémi Alvergnat Julio Luis Staude
Lyssa Livingston John Kasperski
Jason E. Rist Igor Kalnitsky
Forrest Carpenter Rick
Spencer Krum hadi esiely
Wei Tie Xurong Yang
Sylvain Baubeau Sasikanth Eda
Philip Marc Schwartz Fengqian
Xurong Yang Andreas Rehn
Luis de Bethencourt Numan
John Eckersberg Emilio
Ripal Nathuji Om Kumar
Vandita Julien Vey
Jonathan Brownell Jeff Applewhite
Jim Rollenhagen Rajalakshmi Ganesan
Glenn M. Gobeli Oleh Anufriiev
Bruce Reeler Joshua Tan
Philippe Godin Joseph Matthew Ching
David Lapsley Alan Kavanagh
Aneesh Puliyedath Udumbath Sandhya Dasu
Zoltan Arnold Nagy Ramy Asselin
Xinyuan Huang Miranda Zhang
Marc Solanas Xiaolin Zhang
John Haan Roman Vyalov
Ian McLeod Jay Lee
git-harry Vandita
Debo~ Dutta Terry Howe
Daneyon Hansen Gabriel Samfira
ritesh nanda Eli Klein
Yuanhui Liu Alexander Braverman
Paul Van Eck yasunori jitsukawa
Kirill Izotov Jonathan Brownell
Julien Leloup Dougal Matthews
Dhanashree Gosavi Oleksii Serhiienko
J. Derek Roller
Damian Van Vuuren
Andrew Kerr
Alex Holden

Latest Activity In Projects

Do you want to see at a glance the bugs filed and solved this week? Latest patches submitted for review? Check out the individual project pages on OpenStack Activity Board – Insights.

OpenStack Reactions

Refactoring old code

The weekly newsletter is a way for the community to learn about all the various activities occurring on a weekly basis. If you would like to add content to a weekly update or have an idea about this newsletter, please leave a comment.

Category: Communication, community, Newsletter

Open Mic Spotlight: Ghe Rivero

1gw1qZzThis post is part of the OpenStack Open Mic series to spotlight the people who have helped make OpenStack successful. Each week, a new contributor will step up to the mic and answer five questions about OpenStack, cloud, careers and what they do for fun. If you’re interested in being featured, please choose five questions from this form and submit!

After ten years as a system administrator in a university data center, Ghe joined StackOps in early 2012 to work on a solution for managing your own clouds and those of third parties effortlessly with OpenStack. His first contributions to OpenStack can be traced back to 2011 in neutron project (quantum, by then) and working on the OpenStack Debian packaging team. After that, in late 2012, he became part of HP as a cloud automation and distribution engineer mainly focused in TripleO and Ironic projects. He works from home in Salamanca, Spain, and loves outdoor activities like hiking and cycling, photography and traveling. You can get in touch with him on Twitter at @GheRivero.

1) What drew you to OpenStack?

I first met OpenStack during a virtualization project for some web services. Plain virtualization was ok, but didn’t fulfill all of my desires. So while looking for cloud solutions, OpenStack crossed my path and I fell in love with it. It was free, open and having the backup of great companies was a plus. But what really caught my attention was a growing community willing to welcome new developers. The OpenStack community is one the most enthusiastic I’ve ever met, with all of us working for different companies and collaborating.

2) Where is your favorite place to code? In the office, at a local coffee shop, in bed?

It all depends on the task I’m dealing with. I love coding by night in my standing desk at home, but in office hours, I really like going to an old library. The silence and calm of the place help me to focus and forget about almost everything. I almost get locked in a couple of times because I lost track of time!

3) What does “open source” mean to you?

It’s the best place to start working on a project, be recognized for your efforts, work in community and share your knowledge and ideas. What I really like about is that in spite of it starting as a computer movement, it has spread to many others places. We can start talking about open culture, with the copyleft and creative commons licenses, open data, Wikipedia and all kind of siblings, and even open democracy with the Iceland’s new crowd-sourced constitution. Openness is everywhere, and the right way to do things. I can’t imagine where we’d be by now if someone would have patented the fire and started charging for it when it was discovered.

4) How did you learn to code? Are you self-taught or did you lear in college? On-the-job?

I learned some basic coding skills in college, but in my previous job as a sysadmin I was not very fond of that and tried to avoid it, and delegated as much as possible. After some pitfalls, I decided to take matters into my own hands and start working on some free software projects (GNOME desktop and Debian) and start learning not only about coding but also about community.

5) What new OpenStack projects do you think will have a significant impact on the cloud market in the next year?

OpenStack is a pretty mature project despite being only three years old, so the core functionality is the keystone for a growing ecosystem around it, but it’s getting more and more complicated to be installed and operated, so projects like TripleO and Ironic will have a great impact during the next year.

Category: Open Mic

OpenStack Upstream Training in Atlanta

The OpenStack Foundation is delivering a training program to accelerate the speed at which new OpenStack developers are successful at integrating their own roadmap into that of the OpenStack project.  If you’re a new OpenStack contributor or plan on becoming one soon, you should sign up for the next OpenStack Upstream Training in Atlanta, May 10-11. Participation is strongly advised also for first time participants to OpenStack Design Summit.

With over 1000 developers from 80 different companies worldwide, OpenStack is one of the largest collaborative software-development projects. Because of its size, it is characterized by a huge diversity in social norms and technical conventions. These can significantly slow down the speed at which changes by newcomers are integrated in the OpenStack project.

OpenStack Foundation partnered with Upstream University to train new OpenStack developers and documentation writers to ensure their bug fix or feature is accepted in the OpenStack project in a minimum amount of time. Students are required to work on real-life bug fixes or new features during two days of real-life classes and online mentoring, until the work is accepted by OpenStack. The live two-day class teaches them to navigate the intricacies of the project’s technical tools and social interactions. In followup sessions, the students benefit from individual online sessions to help them resolve any remaining problems they might have. Get all the details on the wiki.

Enrolment for the training session in Atlanta is now open: register and reserve your free seat for OpenStack Upstream Training in Atlanta, May 10-11.

Eventbrite - OpenStack Upstream Training

Category: Communication, community, Development, Event, Summit

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