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OpenStack Community Weekly Newsletter (June 1-8)

June 8th, 2012 — 2:01pm

OpenStack Community Newsletter — June 8

Highlights of the week

The results of Bug Triage Day are in

Nova has more bugs than all the other core projects combined, and the most slack to clean up. We went from 237 “New” bugs at the beginning of the day and down to 42, a completion rate of 82%. In the mean time we managed to close permanently 86 open bugs over a total of 627 [more, with charts]

Zuul: a Pipelining Trunk Gating System

The OpenStack Infra team has released a new tool to improve the trunk gating system. Zuul is a program that performs speculative execution of tests.  By constructing a virtual queue of changes based on the order of their approval, it runs jobs in parallel assuming they will all be successful.  If any of them fail, then any jobs that were run based on the assumption they succeeded are re-run without the problematic changes included.  This means that in the best case, as many changes can be tested and merged in parallel as computing resources will allow for testing.  And of course, with cloud computing, that isn’t much of a hurdle.

OpenStack Blog Authors Code Of Conduct

With the current number of authors on the community blog there is a need to have a clear understanding of what it means to have an account on such visible community asset. There is always time to send your comments.

A good list of opportunites for Industry Conferences & Sponsorship

And the next OpenStack Conference and Summit on October 16-20 (destination TBD).

Recent changes to wiki

  • Quantum V2 APIIntro quick intro to v.2.0 API for Quantum developers already familiar with the v1.0 and v1.1 API
  • StartingPage now showing a new video every month
  • Quantum Starter Bugs These are bugs that folks new to Quantum might want to pick off as an introduction

New version of gerrit – with new features!

Based on the new upstream version 2.4, but in addition we’ve landed two additional features on top of that – so there’s tons of new toys to play with.

Forking an OpenStack project to remotely save changes

Find on this thread the answer to the question: If you have a relatively long-lived topic branch, what’s the best way to remotely save changes?

Reports from past OpenStack events

Upcoming Events

 Other news

Welcome new contributors

Celebrating the first patches submitted this week by:

  • Zhiteng Huang, Intel
  • Vincent Untz, Suse

 

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