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Tuesday, April 16 • 5:20pm - 6:00pm
Soup to Nuts: how an idea becomes an OpenStack commit

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You’ve got your shiny new OpenStack environment running, and discovered there is an enhancement you’d like to get back into the main OpenStack release. But where do you begin? What steps do you need to take to go from a raw idea, to code that can make it’s way through the OpenStack review and release process, all the way into the next OpenStack release?

This talk will trace this path. We’ll explain process that you need to follow (bugs/blueprints and the CLA), dive into the tools that you’ll need to get comfortable with (git, gerrit, launchpad), figure out who this Jenkins guy is, and how to make him happy, and how to successfully navigate the review process to get your code in shape and landed in OpenStack proper. You’ll walk away with a roadmap of how to contribute features and bug fixes to OpenStack. 


Speakers
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Sean Dague

Software Engineer, HP
Sean Dague has been an Open Source developer for most of his professional life. He's part of the HP OpenStack team working to make OpenStack better, contributing to Nova, Devstack, Tempest, and the OpenStack Infrastructure. He created the Mid Hudson Valley Linux Users Group a dozen years ago exposing hundreds to the joys of Open Source.


Tuesday April 16, 2013 5:20pm - 6:00pm
A106 (Portland Convention Center) 777 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Portland, OR 97232

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