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==Developers== Developers are welcome to participate. The test tools, both the OCP Specific packages and the Canonical Certification packages are completely Open Source software under the GPL v3. ===How to Participate=== There are a number of ways you can participate in making this tool better for OCP. ====Join the dev team==== There is a team set up on Launchpad for people who wish to contribute: :https://launchpad.net/~opencompute-developers We hang out on Freenode IRC in the #opencompute-ci channel ====Code!==== You can always submit code to the project. :The OCP Certification source code can be found here: https://code.launchpad.net/~opencompute-developers/opencompute/opencompute-testing :The Canonical Certification source code here: https://code.launchpad.net/checkbox :It is stored on launchpad and uses bzr as it's control system: http://bazaar.canonical.com/en/ Coding can be anything from fixing bugs (if any) to assisting with the plainbox port to writing new test scripts and jobs. The latter is most important as we want to ensure that the OCP Ready and OCP Certified specs are thoroughly tested and test cases are represented in the test tools. Specifically, help is appreciated in upstreaming individual jobs and whitelists and other files stored in ITRI's github location. The goal is to move all that code upstream into the OCP Certification code base and maintain it there. This will provide a single location for ALL OCP Certification testing tools, and eliminate some of the current complexity of installing tools from one place then overlaying additional tools from other places. ====Docs==== We can always use new documentation, be it user guides, development guides, wiki pages, etc. Currently, there is limited documentation available, and this is more akin to generic documentation and development documentation. We could really use user guides from an OCP point of view that explains how to perform testing, how to install the tools, how to USE the tools as well as documentation on how to write test cases and mapping existing test cases to OCP Ready and OCP Certified test cases in the specs. Additionally, documentation on building alternate packaging (RPM) and installing/running the tools on OSs other than Ubuntu Server would be useful. ====Testing==== Feel free to install and run Checkbox. It runs well on Ubuntu and should run on Debian. It will also run on CentOS, RHEL and other Linuxes, but the test scripts themselves will need porting as they rely on Ubuntuisms in some cases. It is packaged in .deb only so any additional formats will need to be created (.rpm, for instance). ====Bug Reporting==== Please feel free to file bugs on problems encountered or requests for enhancements: :https://bugs.launchpad.net/opencompute/checkbox ===Questions?=== Primarily, we hang out on the opencompute-ci mailing list and IRC Channel #ocp-ci on Freenode. Feel free to ping Jeff Lane (bladernr, bladernr_ on freenode) in #ocp-ci or via [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org E-Mail]
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