13 articles from Kendall Nelson
October 2022 Virtual PTG Summary
Over 700 developers, operators and community members throughout the week across the 46 teams that participated in this virtual PTG.
Contributor Q&A: A college student’s experience contributing to the OpenStack Ussuri release
Dawson Coleman, one of four students helping to add support for configuring TLS ciphers and protocols on Octavia load balancers, shares his experience collaborating with the OpenStack community on the Ussuri release.
Beating the learning curve at OSCON
Tutorials, community and making a business case
Takeaways from the truly awesome OpenStack Days CERN
When a place literally blows your hair back: Kendall Nelson reports on her visit to The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN).
Get your learning on at the next OpenStack Upstream Institute
An overview on the free training and how you can get involved.
Learn at your own pace: How the OpenStack Upstream Institute leverages the Contributor Portal
Revamped training format features fewer lectures and more exercises with a new tool.
OpenStack community updates for new contributors
Kendall Nelson offers these updates on the contributor guide, Upstream Institute and more from the Project Teams Gathering.
Tips for contributing to OpenStack
OpenStack Foundation Community managers offer a ton of tips on moving forward.
More opportunities for free OpenStack upstream training
The training will be offered at two events in addition to the Sydney Summit.
Cross-community collaboration: strengthening ties with OPNFV
Together, OPNFV and OpenStack provide a comprehensive, innovative and constantly evolving set of NFV capabilities for end users, says Brandon Wick of The Linux Foundation.
Get up to speed with the OpenStack Upstream Institute
What’s new in the free training and how to sign up.
True confessions of IRC mishaps
Some of the funniest faux paus made even by experts -- plus 10 hacks to make sure your community uses IRC to its best advantage.
Why do we open source again?
The bumpy road to contribution and how to smooth it over from the OpenStack Foundation's Kendall Nelson.