Join us November 13-15, 2018 in

Berlin, Germany

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Event Details


How to run a successful hackathon? Lessons learned from 8 hackathon/bug smash events in China

The Chinese community has had 8 bug hackathon/bug smash events and generated close to 800 bug fixes for Openstack in the last 3-4 years. These are "community" lead and organized events with great successes in the sense of creating "tangible" outputs, facililating interesting discussions, bringing the community together and providing a safe environment for new comers to be easily integrated into community.  In this panel, we will have the event organizers from Huawei, Intel, and Tencent to share with us their experiences in organizing such events, and discuss the possibility of making these events global and creating more impact for our community and user base. In addition, we will discuss how these events could be extended to cover the new "Open Infrastructue" aspect, meaning how to work with the adjacent projects and communities.


What can I expect to learn?

Attendees will learn how to plan, organize, and run a hackathon type of events. We will discuss the challenges in getting funding, attracting developers, and mobilizing developers and the opportunities of the type of hackathons that our community might need as we are moving into the "Open Infrastructure" direction

Wednesday, November 14, 2:30pm-2:40pm
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Intel Corporation
Jianfeng(JF) is leading his team to work on cloud software community development in Intel, focusing on orchestration projects such as OpenStack and Kubernetes. Meanwhile he and his team have many interests in cloud automation solutions, to leverage mature cloud techniques in several important areas, like AI/ML, NFV and Edge. His team has many experts in different areas, meanwhile... FULL PROFILE
Huawei
I am leading OpenStack upstream development team in Huawei, one of the Platinum member of OpenStack.  Since joining OpenStack community in 2015, I have been working to connect customers to OpenStack cumminty, by introducing customers requirements to community, implementing in upstream and helping downstream team to deliver product to customers. I am also one of the organizers in China... FULL PROFILE
OpenStack Board Director for Tencent
Ruan He is an OpenStack Board Director representing Tencent FULL PROFILE