[openstack-dev] [Neutron] Let's fix all neutron bugs! (NOT)

Sławek Kapłoński slawek at kaplonski.pl
Sat Nov 8 11:00:09 UTC 2014


I'm not very experienced in neutron coding for upstream but I have some 
knowledge about ml2 plugin and openvswitch agent (mostly). I also be very 
happy if I can start making something for neutron project and I think that 
some small bugs will be best on the beginning.
So I would like to help if it will be possible somehow :)
My launchpad profile is https://launchpad.net/~slawek-t

Best regards
Sławek Kapłoński
slawek at kaplonski.pl

Dnia piątek, 7 listopada 2014 12:17:05 Eugene Nikanorov pisze:
> Hi folks,
> I have been supervising bug list for neutron during the last release cycle,
> trying
> to do some "housekeeping", prioritizing issues and fixing some of them.
> As you might see, amount of bugs (even staying in "New" state) doesn't go
> down.
> Bugs appear at quite fast pace, and some of them hang for quite a long
> time, especially if someone has assigned the bug on himself and then
> abandoned working on it.
> One of the other reasons for that is that we lack volunteers willing to fix
> those bugs.
> So,
> If you're willing to help, have some knowledge of neutron and its codebase
> or you have a lab where you can reproduce (and hence, confirm) the bug and
> provide more additional debugging info, that would be great!
> My plan is to get your contact, knowing what "part" of neutron project you
> familiar with, and then assign bugs directly to you if I feel that the
> issue matches your experience.
> I just want to make bug triaging/fixing process a bit more iterative and
> efficient, with a help of community.
> So please reach directly to me and let me know what you are
> interested/experienced with.
> Thanks,
> Eugene.
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