On 09/27/2016 06:12 PM, Иван Ремизов wrote:
My name is Ivan.
I'm python/nodejs/bash developer and architect for distributed
infrastructures and CI engineer.
I've recently joined fedoraproject, and as far as I understand from wiki
pages commonops is a good group to start.
I'm CI engineer at Mirantis and currently I'm working on CI/CD systems
for packaging and testing our downstream forks of openstack projects. I
also maintain some upstream CI systems for openstack/fuel-* components.
We have mirror of our repo
and you could look at it
and probably you'll find some useful stuff.
And by the way we have developed some useful tool for Jenkins setup
(actually I just have written core
Few weeks ago I tried cloud based fedora 24 and liked it. In my free
time I'm working on project for local deployment of fedora24-cloud
cluster for testing and researching some distributed systems. I hope
that in few weeks this project will reach some milestone when it will be
enough useful to share with community. Well, actually, I believe that it
will be very useful especially taking into account the fact that
multi-node deployment is broken un Vagrant for a while and Docker
doesn't support systemd.
But right now I have no info about your repos and workflows for adding
new packages to rawhide repo. I hope that you will help me in this.
To be honest, I'm MAC user and prefer OSX as desktop system because it
fits well in my everyday activities. But I always choose fedora-based
distros for servers and clouds!
Thank you in advance for help and good advices.
I hope that I will help too.
Greetings Ivan, and welcome to the Fedora CommOps mailing list! It
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It seems like your interests are leaning heavily towards the development
side, particularly with working with Fedora Cloud / Atomic. I think
there's definitely ways for you to contribute to projects related to
that, although I am not the most qualified one to know all the details.
For example, there is a Cloud SIG that handles a lot of development in
these areas. You can find their wiki page and mailing list at the
I would consider dropping them a line and introducing yourself there.
The people on that list should be able to help guide and point you to
the right places to go next to get started.
Hope this helps, and sorry for the late response on getting back! If you
have any further questions, please do not hesitate to reach out. :)
Justin W. Flory