[openstack-dev] [horizon] Horizon Mobile Project announcement

Gabriel Hurley Gabriel.Hurley at nebula.com
Mon Apr 15 16:41:17 UTC 2013

I'm glad to hear you're interested in tackling such a project. If it's easier for you to do your initial work in your own repository that's fine; it will eventually need to be reviewed through Gerrit in order to be merged into the Horizon master branch in Havana, but that can happen when you feel it's ready.

I definitely recommend working closely with the community during your development phase. Keep the blueprint up-to-date, collaborate with folks at the Design Summit while we're here, check in weekly at the Horizon project meeting on IRC, share designs, share code... the more the community works together the more smoothly this process will go.

If you have further questions feel free to ask.

All the best,

    - Gabriel

> -----Original Message-----
> From: michal at aegis.org.pl [mailto:michal at aegis.org.pl]
> Sent: Monday, April 15, 2013 1:34 AM
> To: openstack-dev at lists.openstack.org
> Subject: [openstack-dev] [horizon] Horizon Mobile Project announcement
> Hello,
> I wish to introduce the Horizon Mobile Project - a Horizon template for
> mobile browsers with screen width equal or greater than 320px. It's not
> about creating mobile app and not about creating template based on
> responsive layout (like Twitter's Bootstrap). It's about creating template
> dedicated for mobile browsers, using mobile dedicated javascript framework
> and mobile layout.
> Cyber Cat Team from Poland is starting the project, creating first mockups
> right now. You can find mockups on Cyber Cat's wiki:
> http://wiki.cyber.cat/doku.php?id=horizon-mobile:mockups
> Cyber Cat is a developers and graphic designers team from Poland
> (http://cyber.cat). The Cyber Cat team is working under Aegis Foundation's
> umbrella (Polish open source software (open standards and
> interoperability) foundation (http://aegis.org.pl (englis version soon)).
> I'm Aegis's community and project manager and Cyber Cat's member. I'm
> also an Aegis Foundation vice president. I'm alredy a OpenStack developer
> team member on Launchpad. Our team is registering right now and we are all
> going to sign OpenStack Contributor License Agreement.
> Aegis Foundation is alredy on
> http://www.openstack.org/foundation/companies/ page and will apply for
> Corporate Contributor License Agreement.
> We don't want to fork horizon. We want to contribute to the upstream.
> We are new to horizon project and contributing to OpenStack at all, so we
> need some help from You.
> I have registered the bluepriont on Launchpad, but I'm not sure if it is created
> properly (https://blueprints.launchpad.net/horizon/+spec/horizon-mobile-
> ui). We have our own wiki to work on Horizon Mobile project - is it a good
> way?
> We have GitHub repositories started for us by Aegis Foundation - maybe we
> should start project's wiki right there?
> Our man is on OpenStack Summit right now. We want to contribute and be
> helpfull. We are starting our local OpenStack User Group next week.
> Best regards,
> Michal Smereczynski
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