The origin of DevConf is a lot like how many open source applications get started: something that starts as something one or a few people might find useful, but then growing into something much larger and widely known. But its humble origins belie the impact of the DevConf event: with three national-level events in the U.S, India, and original Czech Republic that thousands of participants from around the world attend every year.
Not bad for a conference that got started as an internal meeting. You know the kind: the semi-regular get-together where you sit through presentations on what everyone else in the office is doing at that moment. In 2008, the Red Hat Czech offices had about 25 developers who did not have a clear picture of what everyone else was working on. Except rather than being a mind-numbing exercise of status reports, the one-day event was a constructive enterprise of collaboration and cross-pollination across different projects.
In the coming two weeks, RDO will have a presence at three different events in Europe, and we’re hoping to see you there.
On January 27th through 29th, we will have a table at DevConf.cz in Brno, Czechia. Drop by to pick up RDO stickers, command line cheat sheet bookmarks, and RDO tshirts.
There will also be a number of OpenStack presentations, including:
- Zuul v3: OpenStack and Ansible Native CI/CD, by James Blair
- OpenStack with Kubernetes: better together, by Pete Birley
- Auto Provisioning IdM clients in OpenStack, by Rob Crittenden
- Shell-Scripting my way through OpenStack, by Pily Sutter
- Image builds with diskimage-builder and ansible, by Paul Belanger
- Skynet your Infrastructure with QUADS + Foreman, by Will Foster
- Putting your OpenStack in your containersm by Flavio Percoco
The following Friday, February 3rd, in advance of FOSEM in Brussels, Belgium, RDO will have talks at the CentOS Dojo at the Marriott Grand Place. These include:
- OpenStack @ CERN: Status update, by Spyros Trigazis
- CI in the cloud – How RDO uses OpenStack infra tools for packaging, by Haïkel Guémar and Matthieu Huin
And then on February 4th and 5th, come see us at the table that we’ll be sharing with CentOS in the expo are at FOSDEM. There will be OpenStack talks in the virtualization devroom, and we’ll be helping out at the OpenStack table on both Saturday and Sunday,
So come join us, or, if you can’t follow us on @rdocommunity for photos and updates from these events.