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Tuesday, September 17 • 3:10pm - 4:00pm
Open Source Development OpenStack Style - Sean Dague, IBM

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The OpenStack project had over 500 contributors to it's last 6 month release, up 30% from 6 months before. The project has a goal to be functional for production, not just at release time, but on every commit in the tree, as many of our consumers deploy from upstream git. How do we manage this huge growth in contributors, and still have working master all the time, without all going insane? Through amazing process and tools. I'll dive into that process, from initial proposal, through review, continuous integration, and into the tree. I'll look at the tools that support this process, Gerrit, Jenkins, Zuul, Tempest, Devstack, and how we've had to modify upstream tools to handle OpenStack's scale. I'll provide insights into how you can apply these tools and processes to your own Open Source projects to make development more enjoyable, and your project move faster.

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Sean Dague

Software Engineer, IBM
Sean Dague has been an Open Source developer for most of his professional life. He's worked on numerous Open Source projects over the years including SystemImager, OpenHPI, Xen, OpenSim, NFS Ganesha, and OpenStack. He's a core reviewer on Nova, Tempest, Devstack, Grenade, and lots... Read More →

Tuesday September 17, 2013 3:10pm - 4:00pm CDT
Strand 11A

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