The fifth China OpenStack Bug Smash hosted in Shenzhen, demonstrating China's open source technical strength
Dec 2, 2016
[Shenzhen, China, December 2, 2016] Intel, Huawei, and China Electronics Standardization Institute (CESI) jointly hosted the fifth China OpenStack Bug Smash in Shenzhen from November 30 to December 2, 2016.
Huawei, Intel and CESI gathered 63 outstanding OpenStackers under the guidance of China Open Source Cloud League, from 13 enterprises and institutes including Huawei, Intel, AWcloud, 99Cloud, Inspur, PoleX, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Hunan University, etc. Sean McGinnis, the PTL(Project Team Lead) of Cinder, was invited to attend this event, to offer technical support during the activity.
During the three-day activity, OpenStackers were able to communicate face to face and jointly fixed 113 bugs, safeguarding the to-be-released Ocata. The resolved bugs covered OpenStack nova, cinder, neutron, karbor, dragonflow, tricircle, heat, telemetry, ironic, OpenStack Client, horizon, etc.
The fifth China OpenStack Bug Smash hosted in Shenzhen
OpenStack Bug Smash focuses on fixing key bugs and introduces China's open source technology demands to the OpenStack community, safeguarding the high-quality OpenStack releases. This activity provides developers with a platform to understand open source technologies and share experience with one another. In addition, this platform promotes the development of OpenStack and open source technologies in China, demonstrating China's technical strength. OpenStack Bug Smash continues to be a significant platform to promote the development of China's open source strength and Huawei OpenStack ecosystem.
More than 500 bugs have been fixed in the five successive OpenStack Bug Smash activities hosted in China. OpenStackers in China, such as Huawei and Intel(China), have demonstrated their strength in the open source field and become influential voices in the OpenStack community. Huawei's open source policy is based on open source, enhancements to open source, and contribution to open source. OpenStack Bug Smash gives a perfectly explanation to the contributions made in open source.
[Huawei in the OpenStack Community]
Huawei joined the OpenStack Foundation in October 2012, became a gold member of OpenStack Foundation in November 2013, was licensed to use the OpenStack-powered trade mark in May 2015, and obtained a board seat in OpenStack Board of Directors in January 2016. Huawei FusionSphere-powered private cloud successfully passed the load test of "Interop Challenge" in October 2016. Huawei has been committed to developing OpenStack, and over 600 Huawei R&D engineers have participated in the development of OpenStack open source projects. By November 2016, Huawei had five Project Team Leads (PTLs) and 22 core members. Huawei has made the following contributions to the OpenStack Newton release: Huawei ranked sixth in completed blue print, tenth in resolved bugs, seventh in reviews, tenth in lines of code and commits, and remained the first in China in terms of contributions in the OpenStack community.
Data source: http://stackalytics.com/
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