[openstack-dev] Tempest 101 Unconference Session - Monday 11am
sean at dague.net
Sat Apr 13 14:49:25 UTC 2013
On 04/13/2013 01:26 AM, Kashyap Chamarthy wrote:
> On 04/13/2013 05:15 AM, Sean Dague wrote:
>> Over the Grizzly release cycle there have been a few requests for a "Tempest 101" session
>> to give an introduction to Tempest for developers: what it is, how it's structured, and
>> how to debug issues in the gate when you trip over a Tempest fail.
>> This will be in the Unconference Room at 11am on Monday.
>> Come check it out if you are interested in how our testing works in detail,
> Will this be recorded ? (I guess not as I read somewhere that not all sessions are
> recorded). Or the slides/notes be made available /before/ the talk ?
> How about this - An IRC channel where remote folks could ask live questions? Or would that
> a bit too difficult to co-ordinate given the time-frame ?
> Just checking. If it's not possible due to logistics reasons, totally understood.
> /me is new around here, still learning the ways.
The design sessions aren't recorded. If you have a friend or colleague
in the room that wants to connect people in by G+ hangouts or something,
I have no objections to that, just won't have the time or concentration
to coordinate that myself.
It's something I'd also happy do again as an online session post Summit
if someone is running a community openstack lecture series / podcast
where that would make sense.
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