OpenStack Infrastructure July 2014 Bug Day

Elizabeth Krumbach - Tue, 2014-07-08 22:43

Today the OpenStack Infrastructure team hosted our first bug day of the cycle.

The Killing Jar; the last moments of a Parage aegeria

The steps we have for running a bug day can be a bit tedious, but it’s not hard, here’s the rundown:

  1. I create our etherpad: cibugreview-july2014 (see etherpad from past bug days on the wiki at: InfraTeam#Bugs)
  2. I run my simple infra_bugday.py script and populate the etherpad.
  3. Grab the bug stats from launchpad and copy them into the pad so we (hopefully) have inspiring statistics at the end of the day.
  4. Then comes the real work. I open up the old etherpad and go through all the bugs, copying over comments from the old etherpad where applicable and making my own comments as necessary about obvious updates I see (and updating my own bugs).
  5. Let the rest of the team dive in on the etherpad and bugs!

Throughout the day we chat in #openstack-infra about bug statuses, whether we should continue pursuing certain strategies outlined in bugs, reaching out to folks who have outstanding bugs in the tracker that we’d like to see movement on but haven’t in a while. Plus, we get to triage a whole pile of New bugs and close others we may have lost track of.

As we wrap up, here are the stats from today:

Bug day start total open bugs: 281

  • 64 New bugs
  • 41 In-progress bugs
  • 5 Critical bugs
  • 22 High importance bugs
  • 2 Incomplete bugs

Bug day end total open bugs: 231

  • 0 New bugs
  • 33 In-progress bugs
  • 4 Critical bugs
  • 16 High importance bugs
  • 10 Incomplete bugs

Thanks again everyone!

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SCaLE 12x Pics From Around the Web!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Los Angeles Chapter - Fri, 2014-03-14 23:14
The Tres Chix rocked it @ SCaLE 12x!!!!

The Tres Chix rocked it @ SCaLE 12x!!!!
Picture From the SCALE 12x Official Pics Site
https://www.flickr.com/search/?q=scale12x&s=rec

We won!!!! by Phillip Banks!

We won “Biggest SCaLE Spirit” and “Best Crowd Pleaser” Awards @ SCaLE 12x!  We won!  We won!!  We won!!!
Picture by Phillip Banks

And we got our own hashtag on Instagram thanks to TrueAbility!

Thomas Stocking ‏@ThomasStocking Feb 22 Expo has plenty of life for open source software geeks like me at #scale12x pic.twitter.com/3pXObnsF6p

Thomas Stocking ‏@ThomasStocking Feb 22
Expo has plenty of life for open source software geeks like me at #scale12x pic.twitter.com/3pXObnsF6p

 

A penguin on the loose at #scale12x pic.twitter.com/1Djo0ckPy3

A penguin on the loose at #scale12x pic.twitter.com/1Djo0ckPy3

 

randalschwartz 3 weeks ago · SCaLE 12x Audience for my talk at #scale12x

Audience for my talk at #scale12x
randal-schwartz

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#New project problems

Brianna Laugher - Sat, 2014-02-22 23:21

I-know-how-to-program wankery (get to the content already)

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New project: Crowdfunded Free Software (CFFSW)

Brianna Laugher - Wed, 2014-02-19 12:27

The launch of a new blog, which aims to chronicle crowdfunding campaigns for free software and related endeavours.

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Some Newsblur fangirling

Brianna Laugher - Tue, 2014-02-11 06:19

Notes on customising your Newsblur shared items page, intelligence training and the Android app.

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What will we count?

What Will We Use? (Maco and Bethlynn) - Wed, 2012-03-21 18:39

Hello Readers…

This blog has been about Microsoft and its market share.

Specifically, on June 2009 I bet my friend Nick that Microsoft would lack a majority market share come June 2011. We discussed the three products that HAD the majority market share as of the summer of 2009:

  1. Microsoft Internet Explorer for browsers
  2. Microsoft Office for office suites
  3. Microsoft Windows for operating systems

Due to personal reasons, we did not conclude this project properly.

It was too time intensive to research the true market share of Microsoft products. It is without question that Microsoft no longer holds the majority market share on browsers, now with about 30% of the market share. The office suite question is still under debate due to Google Apps. Also under consideration is if tablets replace the desktop.

In summary, the question all along should have been “What will we count?” as office suites and operating system platforms instead of “What will we use?”

Without question, Microsoft is struggling to stay relevant as revenues plummet. Indeed, upon 2011 year close Microsoft is a different company. It is sad. I do not want Microsoft to fold. Competition is good even for the Apple and Linux-based products I prefer using.

After-all, I am a MSFT stock-holder.

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Ramadan Mubarak

Lilandra - Sat, 2011-08-13 05:10

Ramadan is here again. Actually we are about 13 days in…so almost half way done.

And you’re wondering what could I possibly doing that is new, right?
More pictures of dates and fried stuff?
An artistic shot of a glass of water?

Well I intend to host my very first Iftar.

I’m going to give people food to break fast.

Now my mom is not very happy about this.
She may not like the menu either.

But I had a plan…for how I could cook everything…bake bake bake…I really need a second oven…

However I was saved. I am outsourcing the meat and one side.

I am making one side and salad (well I informed my sister in law that she is making the salad).

I’m excited and petrified at the same time.

Wsh me luck!

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Transmissions from 2011-06-26

Teri Solow - Sun, 2011-06-26 12:50
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gothiccharmschool: I don’t care if Monday’s blueTuesday’s gray…

Teri Solow - Sat, 2011-06-25 21:00

gothiccharmschool:

I don’t care if Monday’s blue
Tuesday’s gray and Wednesday too
Thursday I don’t care about you
It’s Friday, I’m in love

Monday you can fall apart
Tuesday, Wednesday break my heart
Oh, Thursday doesn’t even start
It’s Friday I’m in love

I don’t care if Mondays black
Tuesday, Wednesday – heart attack
Thursday, never looking back
It’s Friday, I’m in love

Monday, you can hold your head
Tuesday, Wednesday stay in bed
Or Thursday – watch the walls instead
It’s Friday, I’m in love

Via l0vechild

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Transmissions from 2011-06-25

Teri Solow - Sat, 2011-06-25 12:50
  • One placeholder sentence to replace and I guess I'm ready to figure out this deploy. But, oh, what a sentence. #
  • @travisezell Oh man, he had such a cute little website and now it's contemplating sympathy death. http://bit.ly/kXiWQu in reply to travisezell #
  • Procrastination is a muse and the paradox. @ Reed College – Educational Technology Center http://instagr.am/p/GTxqY/ #
  • Taking my cats to the vet just now was my $500 nam. Seriously, the wisdom tooth extraction Monday was way cheaper and slightly more pleasant #
  • To be clear, the vets were great. It was the screaming murderous cats which were the problem. #
  • @palomint You're supposed to tell us. in reply to palomint #
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Transmissions from 2011-06-24

Teri Solow - Sat, 2011-06-25 05:50
  • One placeholder sentence to replace and I guess I'm ready to figure out this deploy. But, oh, what a sentence. #
  • @travisezell Oh man, he had such a cute little website and now it's contemplating sympathy death. http://bit.ly/kXiWQu in reply to travisezell #
  • Procrastination is a muse and the paradox. @ Reed College – Educational Technology Center http://instagr.am/p/GTxqY/ #
  • Taking my cats to the vet just now was my $500 nam. Seriously, the wisdom tooth extraction Monday was way cheaper and slightly more pleasant #
  • To be clear, the vets were great. It was the screaming murderous cats which were the problem. #
  • @palomint You're supposed to tell us. in reply to palomint #
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Procrastination is a muse and the paradox. (Taken with…

Teri Solow - Fri, 2011-06-24 20:16

Procrastination is a muse and the paradox. (Taken with Instagram at Reed College – Educational Technology Center)

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Transmissions from 2011-06-23

Teri Solow - Fri, 2011-06-24 05:50
  • Wondering how many apps I have installed on my phone came bundled with wee web browsers. Guessing 50%. Seems massively wasteful. #
  • @micahjgates It's mostly wasteful in that it wastes my time making me re-login to various places every time I leave a comment or whatever in reply to micahjgates #
  • @darkuncle Instapaper, facebook, tumblr, and others all have their own tiny non-safari browsers. in reply to darkuncle #
  • @ahockley You din't think they already have access to everything you have in the cloud? in reply to ahockley #
  • Kid, to other kid who just walked past me: "Dude, you really shouldn't be ahead of us like that! You might get kidnapped!" #
  • Store! Y U no have creamer?! #
  • Looking down, you realize that most people consider tiny stars entirely disposable. #
  • Video: This really drives home what an amazing song this is. It literally gave me chills. (via 35 YouTube… http://tumblr.com/xp7350z70o #
  • Photo: Living on the edge. http://tumblr.com/xp7353rvk6 #
  • @darkuncle @marco Maybe it's based on safari, I don't know. Since it doesn't use safari's cookies it makes no difference to me. in reply to darkuncle #
  • Watching some awful little songbirds attack a sickly crow :( #
  • A second crow came to the defense of the first. I hope they eat all the songbird's babies. #
  • Good samaritans are my kryptonite. If someone dropped something, LEAVE IT ALONE kthxbai. #
  • @darkuncle Who cares how it's implemented then? A separate cookie jar means it's less useful than if it just used safari. in reply to darkuncle #
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Living on the edge.

Teri Solow - Thu, 2011-06-23 21:02

Living on the edge.

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This really drives home what an amazing song this is. It…

Teri Solow - Thu, 2011-06-23 18:43

This really drives home what an amazing song this is. It literally gave me chills.

(via 35 YouTube Musicians Cover Radiohead’s)

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Transmissions from 2011-06-22

Teri Solow - Thu, 2011-06-23 12:50
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babyjane: i LOL’d

Teri Solow - Wed, 2011-06-22 21:00

babyjane:

i LOL’d

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Transmissions from 2011-06-22

Teri Solow - Wed, 2011-06-22 12:50
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