April 25-29, 2016

Event Details

Git and Gerrit Lunch and Learn, Organized by The Women of OpenStack

RSVP Required.

OpenStack software development is centered around the git and gerrit systems to promote the aspect of community programming.

Git is an open source version control system that allows many software developers to work on a given project without requiring them to share a common network.

Gerrit is a free, web-based team code collaboration tool which integrates closely with git and allows developers in a team to review each other's modifications to the source code using a web browser and approve or reject those changes.

In this session we will walk-through participants to open a bug in a test system and then submit a test patch to a repository in OpenStack. The process involves learning about git along with a cheat sheet of most useful commands and review process in Gerrit. Participants will walk away with working knowledge on these tools.

What can I expect to learn?

Participants will walk away with working knowledge of git and gerrit. This will empower them to become contributers to the OpenStack Community.

Wednesday, April 27, 12:30pm-1:50pm
Difficulty Level: Beginner
O.A.T, Open Source Community Manager
Amy Marrich is an Open Source Community Manager at O.A.T and previeously was the OpenStack Instructor at Linux Academy and a Linux System Engineer on the Platform Engineering Cloud Operations team at Rackspace and is an active member of the Openstack Ansible project and currently servers as a member of the User Committe, Chair for the Diversity Working Group and is one of the leaders for the... FULL PROFILE
Dell EMC
Tamara Johnston is a Senior Manager in the Dell EMC Cloud and Business Resilience Portfolio team that is leading the development of services in support of EMCs converged infrastructure solutions and other emerging technologies.  She joined Dell EMC in 2016 through the EMC acquisition and prior to the Cloudscaling acquisition, and has over 20 years of experience... FULL PROFILE