On Tue, 16 Sep 2014 12:04:53 AM Rochelle.RochelleGrober wrote: > +1000 > This is *great*. Not only for newbies, but refreshers, learning different > approaches, putting faces to the signatures, etc. And Mock best practices > is a brilliant starting place for developers. > > I'd like to vote for a few others: > - Development environment (different ones: PyCharms, Eclipse, IDE for Docs, > etc) - Tracking down a bug: log searching, back tracing, etc. > - Fixing a bug: From assigning in Launchpad through clone, fix, git review, > etc. - Writing an integrated test: setup, data recording/collection/clean > tear down.
Really looking forward to this series, thanks to everyone who has a hand in putting them together. In addition to the cross-project meta-topics mentioned above, I'd also love to see a technical overview for each of the major projects of OpenStack (in separate talks). They would need to be refreshed periodically as architecture evolves, but that's ok. Existing docs and presentations spend time talking about user-visible features, but very few talk about the implementation and internals. It took me an embarrassingly long time and a read of devstack to even work out which code ran on the hosts vs on controller nodes (for example) ;) -- - Gus _______________________________________________ OpenStack-dev mailing list OpenStackemail@example.com http://lists.openstack.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/openstack-dev