[openstack-dev] [Solum] Contributing to Solum

Devdatta Kulkarni devdatta.kulkarni at RACKSPACE.COM
Tue Nov 18 15:24:18 UTC 2014

Hi Keyvan,

Great to hear that your team is interested in contributing to Solum.

While there is no 'Ideas' page, there is this:

The team is currently working on the Juno-3 milestone.
In coming weeks we will be discussing the next milestone.

If you get a chance, please join us today in the team meeting.
It will be at 10.00am CDT in #openstack-meeting-alt channel on

At other times you can find us in the
solum irc channel (#solum on chat.freenode.net) as well.


From: Keyvan Mir Mohammad Sadeghi [keyvan.m.sadeghi at gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 18, 2014 4:51 AM
To: openstack-dev at lists.openstack.org
Cc: Amirhossein Nourani Zadeh; Mehdi Balouchi; Ramin Barati
Subject: [openstack-dev] [Solum] Contributing to Solum


I am not even sure that I'm posting this in the right place, but the official Solum website was rather sparse on info regarding where to start.

As a compact intro, my name is Keyvan, I've been an active OSS developer/admin<https://github.com/keyvan-m-sadeghi> since 2011, mainly working on the OpenCog project<https://github.com/opencog/opencog>. I am planning to create a cloud platform, in the long-term. We are a team of 4 ppl, right now we're most interested in Solum, as it'd make a strong ground for our ideas. We all have strong Python skills and the team is willing to set aside around 10 hrs / week for Solum development, initially.

I've read the wiki and there doesn't seem to be an 'Ideas' page where I could see a list of projects to be done, best thing I've found so far was the bugs page<https://bugs.launchpad.net/solum>, but I'm not sure on where to start.

We really appreciate if someone could define a small-sized project for us to undertake; that serves both for the purpose of getting to know Solum code more in depth and also set a start for our contribution.


Keyvan Mir Mohammad Sadeghi

"One has to pay dearly for immortality; one has to die several times while one is still alive." -- Friedrich Nietzsche
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