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Thursday, October 29 • 1:50pm - 2:30pm
Contributing to OpenStack 201: A Primer for the Not-so-new Contributor

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After figuring out the basics of "How to Contribute to OpenStack" the developer is often faced with a harsh reality. Things can take a long time! Specs and patches can continue for over 50 patch sets, spanning weeks and months. Deadlines due to milestones matter, and getting attention from Core (and non-core) reviewers can be challenging. Scott D'Angelo and Andrea Rosa will provide insight and ideas on 1) what to expect when contributing 2) How the spec process can go 3) Some extreme examples 4) ideas on how to smooth the process In addition, experienced Core/PTL members will give tips and insights into how to contribute and navigate the process.

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Scott D'Angelo

Senior Software Engineer, HP
Scott DAngelo is a Senior Software engineer at HP who works as a developer on Helion OpenStack Cinder and as a DevOps Operator on HP Public Cloud. He has been with HP since 2007 and has worked on OpenStack since 2012.
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Andrea Rosa

Software Engineer, HP
Andrea Rosa is a software engineer working at Hewlett Packard in Bristol U.K. where he is part of the Nova team. Andrea has been involved in the adoption of OpenStack for HP public cloud more than 4 years ago (Diablo release) then his focus moved to HP OpenStack Helion project. Andrea at the moment is interested in understanding if it is possible to improve the integration between nova and cinder. Andrea passes his spare time with family and... Read More →


Thursday October 29, 2015 1:50pm - 2:30pm
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