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Introduction and tutorials for contribution to QA project
How to Contribute
Masayuki Igawa Software Engineer
Matthew Treinish Software Engineer
The OpenStack QA project consists of five actual project (Tempest, Tempest-lib, Grenade, DevStack, and Hacking) and its mission is to develop, maintain, and initiate tools and plans to ensure the upstream stability and quality of OpenStack. QA project is running under the OpenStack community's infrastructure but also useful for your running cloud.
This talk starts with the overview of QA project and its value. In addition, how to use testing tools(Tempest), how to contribute, low-hanging-fruits, etc. So,
- If you are running your cloud and want to ensure its quality,
- If you want to improve the quality of the OpenStack itself,
- If you want to start your contribution to the OpenStack community, but you do not know how to do it,
you can get enough information about them.
Masayuki Igawa is a software engineer at NEC Solution Innovators, Ltd for 15 years on a wide range of software projects, and developing open source softwares related to Linux kernel and virtualization. He's been an active technical contributor to OpenStack since the Grizzly release. He is an OpenStack Tempest core member.
Matthew is the current PTL of the QA program, a position he's held since the Juno cycle. He is a core contributor on several projects including Tempest, elastic-recheck, and many smaller projects. He has been contributing to OpenStack since the Folsom cycle. Matthew currently works for HP's OpenStack team working to make OpenStack better for everyone.