The best way to join the community and get involved is to talk with others online or at a meetup and offer contributions. Here are some of the many ways you can contribute to the Barbican project:
Development and Code Reviews
Bug reporting/Bug fixes
Wiki and Documentation
OFTC IRC (Chat)¶
You can find Barbicaneers in our publicly accessible channel on OFTC
#openstack-barbican. All conversations are logged and stored for your
convenience at eavesdrop.openstack.org. For more information regarding
OpenStack IRC channels please visit the OpenStack IRC Wiki.
The mailing list email is firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a common
mailing list across the OpenStack projects. If you wish to ask questions
or have a discussion related to Barbican include
[barbican] in your
email subject line. To participate on the mailing list:
Subscribe to the mailing list
Browse the mailing list archives
Most of the tools used for OpenStack require a launchpad.net ID for authentication.
The barbican project moved from Launchpad to StoryBoard for work and task tracking. This provides an aggregate view called a “Project Group” and individual “Projects”. A good starting place is the project group representing the whole of the barbican community, as opposed to the barbican project storyboard which represents barbican as a repository.
Like other OpenStack related projects, the official Git repository is available on opendev.org; however, the repository is also mirrored to GitHub for easier browsing.
Like other OpenStack related projects, we utilize the OpenStack Gerrit review system for all code reviews. If you’re unfamiliar with using the OpenStack Gerrit review system, please review the Gerrit Workflow wiki documentation.