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Re: [MAC] LFN DDF + Plugfest Website & Registration Now Live

Ed Warnicke (eaw) <eaw@...>
 

Was this brought up to the communities?  Did anyone ask them if this met their needs?  Did this get discussed in any of the TSCs?

Ed

On May 2, 2019, at 6:56 PM, Brandon Wick <bwick@...> wrote:

LFN Communities, 

The LFN Developer Design Forum (DDF) + Plugfest website and registration are now live. See the links below. Space is limited so we encourage you to register today.
The LF Networking (LFN) Developer Design Forum (DDF) + Plugfest is the principal technical event for LFN projects. The next event will be held June 11-14, at the Kista Convention Center (Kistamässan), in Stockholm, Sweden. This event fosters collaboration both within and across the various technical communities under the LFN umbrella, including ONAP, OPNFV, OpenDaylight, and Tungsten Fabric. This is the second co-located DDF and Plugfest, following the first such event, held in January, in Saclay, France.

The LFN DDF + Plugfest is focused on developer and engineer collaboration opportunities. The ONAP community will be working toward the El Alto and Frankfurt release while the OPNFV community will be focused on testing the Hunter release. There will also be ample opportunities for cross-project collaboration around automated testing, CI/CD, Lab-as-a-Service, infrastructure, the OPNFV Verification Program (OVP), documentation, and other ways to increase collaboration and operational excellence across projects. Attendees may attend project meetings, demos, hackfest activities, plugfest activities, as well as sessions specifically designed to encourage cross-community collaboration on subjects of mutual interest (e.g., test, infra).

In addition, participants are encouraged to do “hands on” work, resolving bugs, and conducting interoperability testing, using remote connections to their hardware resources, as part of the Plugfest portion of the event. Participants will be provided with a dedicated space, where they may work, uninterrupted, separate from the main meeting area.

Who Attends? The most common job types are Architects and Developers and other represented groups include Network Operations, Project/Program Manager, Sales & Marketing, Executives, and Students.

We hope you'll join us in Stockholm!

Best,

Brandon Wick
Senior Integrated Marketing Manager
The Linux Foundation
+1.917.282.0960


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LFN DDF + Plugfest Website & Registration Now Live

Brandon Wick <bwick@...>
 

LFN Communities, 

The LFN Developer Design Forum (DDF) + Plugfest website and registration are now live. See the links below. Space is limited so we encourage you to register today.
The LF Networking (LFN) Developer Design Forum (DDF) + Plugfest is the principal technical event for LFN projects. The next event will be held June 11-14, at the Kista Convention Center (Kistamässan), in Stockholm, Sweden. This event fosters collaboration both within and across the various technical communities under the LFN umbrella, including ONAP, OPNFV, OpenDaylight, and Tungsten Fabric. This is the second co-located DDF and Plugfest, following the first such event, held in January, in Saclay, France.

The LFN DDF + Plugfest is focused on developer and engineer collaboration opportunities. The ONAP community will be working toward the El Alto and Frankfurt release while the OPNFV community will be focused on testing the Hunter release. There will also be ample opportunities for cross-project collaboration around automated testing, CI/CD, Lab-as-a-Service, infrastructure, the OPNFV Verification Program (OVP), documentation, and other ways to increase collaboration and operational excellence across projects. Attendees may attend project meetings, demos, hackfest activities, plugfest activities, as well as sessions specifically designed to encourage cross-community collaboration on subjects of mutual interest (e.g., test, infra).

In addition, participants are encouraged to do “hands on” work, resolving bugs, and conducting interoperability testing, using remote connections to their hardware resources, as part of the Plugfest portion of the event. Participants will be provided with a dedicated space, where they may work, uninterrupted, separate from the main meeting area.

Who Attends? The most common job types are Architects and Developers and other represented groups include Network Operations, Project/Program Manager, Sales & Marketing, Executives, and Students.

We hope you'll join us in Stockholm!

Best,

Brandon Wick
Senior Integrated Marketing Manager
The Linux Foundation
+1.917.282.0960



CFP for LFN DDF+ Plugfest Open

Trishan de Lanerolle
 

Hi,


The LF Networking (LFN) Developer Design Forum (DDF) + Plugfest is the principal technical event for LFN projects. The next event will be held June 11-14, at the Kista Convention Center (Kistamässan), in Stockholm, Sweden. This event fosters collaboration both within and across the various  technical communities under the LFN umbrella, including ONAP, OPNFV, OpenDaylight, FD.io and Tungsten Fabric. This is the second co-located DDF and Plugfest, following the first such event, held in January, in Saclay, France.


The LFN DDF + Plugfest is focused on developer and engineer collaboration opportunities. The ONAP community will be working toward the El Alto and Frankfurt release while the OPNFV community will be focused on testing the Hunter release. There will also be ample opportunities for cross-project collaboration around automated testing, CI/CD, Lab-as-a-Service, infrastructure, the OPNFV Verification Program (OVP), documentation, and other ways to increase collaboration and operational excellence across projects. Attendees may attend project meetings, demos, hackfest activities, plugfest activities, as well as sessions specifically designed to encourage cross-community collaboration on subjects of mutual interest (e.g., test, infra).  


In addition, participants are encouraged to do "hands on" work, resolving bugs, and conducting interoperability testing, using remote connections to their hardware resources, as part of the Plugfest portion of the event. Participants will be provided with a dedicated space, where they may work, uninterrupted, separate from the main meeting area.


https://wiki.lfnetworking.org/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=15630372


Regards,

Trishan




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Linux Foundation
voice: +1.203.699.6401
skype: tdelanerolle


Sweetcomb 19.04 Released

Ni, Hongjun
 

Hey all,

 

The Sweetcomb 19.04 Release is out !

 

Packages can be downloaded from Package Cloud:

https://packagecloud.io/fdio/1904

 

Many thanks to all contributors and members for your great contribution and help!

 

Below are Sweetcomb 19.04 release notes:

 

# Features

## Northbound Interface

- Init gNMI Server

 

## NAT

- Add IETF NAT Yang Models.

- Add IETF NAT Translation Layer.

- Add IETF NAT test cases.

 

## High Availability

- Add vpp health check.

 

## Code Refactor

- Code global cleanup.

- Refactor build system.

- Rework scvpp to be only interface with VAPI.

- Rework interface and local routing to leverage new scvpp.

 

## Test Framework

- Add unit test framework.

- Add unit test suite for interface and local routing.

- Build docker environment to test integration of sweetcomb and VPP.

 

Thanks you all,

Hongjun

On behalf of the FD.io/Sweetcomb team

 


Call for Demos at Kubecon Barcelona May 21-23rd

Trishan de Lanerolle
 

FD.io will have a booth at Kubecon Barcelona May 21-23rd.  This is a call out to the community for demo proposals to show in the booth.  

Please respond with a brief description of a demo you would like to run in the FD.io booth. You will be required to staff the demo during expo hours. If accepted, we will provide you with a conference pass. 

Submit your proposal by completing the following form no later than COB PT (5pm PT) Thursday April 25th. 


Sweetcomb 19.04 RC1 milestone is complete

Ni, Hongjun
 

Hi all,

 

The Sweetcomb 19.04 RC1 milestone is complete.

 

The Sweetcomb 19.04 release branch (stable/1904) has been created.

    Sweetcomb master branch is now re-open for all patches slated for Sweetcomb 19.08 (and beyond).

    Sweetcomb stable/1904 is now also open - but for bug fix patches only.

 

Per the standard process, all bug fixes to the stable branch should follow the best practices:

    All bug fixes must be double-committed to the release throttle as well as to the master branch

        Commit first to the release throttle, then "git cherry-pick" into master

        Manual merges may be required, depending on the degree of divergence between throttle and master

 

    All bug fixes need to have a Jira ticket.

        Please raise it in https://jira.fd.io/projects/SWEET/issues/?filter=allopenissues

        Please put Jira IDs into the commit messages.

        Please use the same Jira ID for both the stable branch and master.

 

Please let us know if there are any issues.

 

Thank you all for the great help during this RC1 milestone process!

 

Thanks a lot,

Hongjun

 


Re: Unstable Builds

Vanessa Valderrama
 

The issue has been identified and resolved.  We've restarted the
unstable builds.

Thank you,
Vanessa

On 04/10/2019 09:27 AM, Vanessa Valderrama wrote:
We are aware of the unstable builds issue and are working on resolving
it as quickly as possible.

Thank you,
Vanessa


Unstable Builds

Vanessa Valderrama
 

We are aware of the unstable builds issue and are working on resolving
it as quickly as possible.

Thank you,
Vanessa


Last Chance to Register for ONS: Day & Hall Passes Available

Brandon Wick <bwick@...>
 

LFN Project Communities:

For those who have not yet registered for ONS North America, April 3-5 in San Jose, CA, we encourage you to do so now! For those in the Bay Area, pop over with a Day Pass or use the Hall Pass to access all the show has to offer except the sessions or offsite evening events. Day Passes are available for $675 and Hall Passes for just $275. LF & LFN project members get 20% off with code: LFMEM20. 

Please direct any questions you may have to events@.... Thank you!


Best, 

Brandon Wick
Senior Integrated Marketing Manager
The Linux Foundation
+1.917.282.0960



REMINDER: Day & Hall Passes Available for ONS, San Jose, April 3-5

Brandon Wick <bwick@...>
 

LFN Project Communities:

For those who have not yet registered for ONS North America, April 3-5 in San Jose, CA, we encourage you to do so now and also book your travel and accommodations. 

LF Member companies can register with a discount of 20% using this code: LFMEM20. What's more, Day Passes are available for $675 and Hall Passes for $275. Note: The Hall Pass includes access to Keynote Sessions, Sponsor Showcase, Unconference Track, Attendee Onsite Reception, Wednesday Morning Tutorials, and daily conference breakfast/breaks. It does not include access to any ONS conference sessions or offsite evening events. Get materials to help make the case for your attendance here.

The full lineup of sessions can be viewed here, and features speakers from AT&T, China Mobile, Ericsson, Google, Huawei, Intel, KPMG, Nokia, Red Hat, Target, and more.

In addition to the program, LF Networking will have a strong presence at the event with an 10 community-driven demos in the LFN Booth, and an LFN Unconference Track each day in room LL21A & LL21B for project meetings, impromptu meetups, and hacking.

We hope that you will take advantage of this opportunity to engage with the LFN community at our flagship event in North America. Please direct any questions you may have to events@.... Thank you!

Best,

Brandon Wick
Senior Integrated Marketing Manager
The Linux Foundation
+1.917.282.0960



Re: Sweetcomb Report out to TSC

George Zhao
 

+1 Thank you Hongjun for the presentation.

 

From: tsc@... [mailto:tsc@...] On Behalf Of Ray Kinsella
Sent: Friday, March 22, 2019 5:34 AM
To: Ni, Hongjun <hongjun.ni@...>; tsc@...
Cc: sweetcomb-dev@...; DiGiglio, John <john.digiglio@...>; Li, Jokul <jokul.li@...>; Liu, Yu Y <yu.y.liu@...>
Subject: Re: [tsc] Sweetcomb Report out to TSC

 

Thanks for putting this together Hongjun.

 

Much appreciated,

 

Ray K

 

From: Ni, Hongjun
Sent: Friday 22 March 2019 01:21
To: tsc@...
Cc: sweetcomb-dev@...; DiGiglio, John <john.digiglio@...>; Kinsella, Ray <ray.kinsella@...>; Li, Jokul <jokul.li@...>; Liu, Yu Y <yu.y.liu@...>
Subject: Sweetcomb Report out to TSC

 

Hi TSC members,

 

Thank you all for joining Sweetcomb Report and providing helpful comments and feedback to Sweetcomb project.

 

Please see attached slides. If you have more comments, please let us know.  Thank you!

 

Thanks,

Hongjun

 


Re: Sweetcomb Report out to TSC

Ray Kinsella
 

Thanks for putting this together Hongjun.

 

Much appreciated,

 

Ray K

 

From: Ni, Hongjun
Sent: Friday 22 March 2019 01:21
To: tsc@...
Cc: sweetcomb-dev@...; DiGiglio, John <john.digiglio@...>; Kinsella, Ray <ray.kinsella@...>; Li, Jokul <jokul.li@...>; Liu, Yu Y <yu.y.liu@...>
Subject: Sweetcomb Report out to TSC

 

Hi TSC members,

 

Thank you all for joining Sweetcomb Report and providing helpful comments and feedback to Sweetcomb project.

 

Please see attached slides. If you have more comments, please let us know.  Thank you!

 

Thanks,

Hongjun

 


Sweetcomb Report out to TSC

Ni, Hongjun
 

Hi TSC members,

 

Thank you all for joining Sweetcomb Report and providing helpful comments and feedback to Sweetcomb project.

 

Please see attached slides. If you have more comments, please let us know.  Thank you!

 

Thanks,

Hongjun

 


TSC: Arm Ecosystem Status

Sirshak Das <sirshak.das@...>
 

Hi Ed,

I have an internal meeting at the time of TSC call so wont be able to
attend.

On the Arm Ecosystem side:

- As per status from Mohammed (Vexxhost) we have the machines connected
to mgmt network via QSFP+ switch rented from Vexxhost just today.
- I am expecting Juraj (CSIT dev) to get started with VPP device for
Arm/AArch64 soon.

Thank you
Sirshak Das


Committer Nomination for ci-management: Vratko Polak

Vanessa Valderrama
 

Can we add an agenda item for the TSC tomorrow to vote on Vratko Polak
becoming a committer for the ci-management project?

I have discussed this with Vratko Polak and he is interested in becoming
a committer. The ci-management committers have voted and approved him
becoming a committer as well.

Gerrit commits -
https://gerrit.fd.io/r/#/q/owner:%22Vratko+Polak+%253Cvrpolak%2540cisco.com%253E%22+project:ci-management

Committer votes: https://lists.fd.io/g/ci-management-dev/topic/29918440#148

Thank you,
Vanessa


REMINDER: Register for ONS by March 17 to Save $600

Brandon Wick <bwick@...>
 

LFN Project Communities:

Standard pricing expires on March 17! Register now to save $600.

ONS North America, to be held April 3-5 in San Jose, CA, brings together enterprises, telecom companies, and cloud providers to advance collaboration and innovation across the entire open source networking ecosystem. ONS 2019 tracks include: Carrier and Cloud DevOps, Cloud Native Networking, Enterprise IT & Operations, The New Edge, and World of Open Innovation and Impact to Networking.

The full lineup of sessions can be viewed here, and features speakers from AT&T, China Mobile, Ericsson, Google, Huawei, Intel, KPMG, Nokia, Red Hat, Target, and more.

In addition to the program, LF Networking will have a strong presence at the event with an 10 community-driven demos in the LFN Booth, and an LFN Unconference Track each day in room LL21A & LL21B for project meetings, impromptu meetups, and hacking.

LF Member companies can register with a discount of 20% using this code: LFMEM20. What's more, Day Passes are available for $675 and Hall Passes for $275. Note: The Hall Pass includes access to Keynote Sessions, Sponsor Showcase, Unconference Track, Attendee Onsite Reception, Wednesday Morning Tutorials, and daily conference breakfast/breaks. It does not include access to any ONS conference sessions or offsite evening events. Get materials to help make the case for your attendance here

We hope that you will take advantage of this opportunity to engage with the LFN community at our flagship event in North America. We encourage you to register early and book your travel and accommodations. Please direct any questions you may have to events@.... Thank you!

Get started with your registration here

Best,

Brandon Wick
Senior Integrated Marketing Manager
The Linux Foundation
+1.917.282.0960



Re: [csit-dev] FD.io - Gerrit Authentication Errors

Pei, Yulong <yulong.pei@...>
 

Hi Vanessa,

 

I also have the issue, could you help me out ?

 

# ssh -p 29418 yulongpei@... -v

OpenSSH_7.2p2 Ubuntu-4ubuntu2.1, OpenSSL 1.0.2g  1 Mar 2016

debug1: Reading configuration data /root/.ssh/config

debug1: /root/.ssh/config line 1: Applying options for gerrit.fd.io

debug1: Reading configuration data /etc/ssh/ssh_config

debug1: /etc/ssh/ssh_config line 19: Applying options for *

debug1: Executing proxy command: exec socat - socks4a:child-prc.intel.com:gerrit.fd.io:29418

debug1: permanently_set_uid: 0/0

debug1: identity file /root/.ssh/id_rsa type 1

debug1: key_load_public: No such file or directory

debug1: identity file /root/.ssh/id_rsa-cert type -1

debug1: Enabling compatibility mode for protocol 2.0

debug1: permanently_drop_suid: 0

debug1: Local version string SSH-2.0-OpenSSH_7.2p2 Ubuntu-4ubuntu2.1

2019/03/12 22:14:52 socat[38210] E connect(5, AF=2 10.239.4.101:1080, 16): Connection timed out

ssh_exchange_identification: Connection closed by remote host

 

Best Regards

Yulong Pei

 

From: csit-dev@... [mailto:csit-dev@...] On Behalf Of Vanessa Valderrama
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2019 11:13 PM
To: tsc@...; discuss@...; infra-steering@...; csit-dev@...; vpp-dev@...; Anton Baranov <abaranov@...>; Ed Kern <ejkern@...>
Subject: Re: [csit-dev] FD.io - Gerrit Authentication Errors

 

The issue has been resolved. Please let us know if you have any other problems.

Thank you,
Vanessa

On 02/19/2019 09:09 AM, Vanessa Valderrama wrote:

We are aware of users experiencing authentication issues when trying to
log into gerrit.fd.io. We have identified the cause and are working to
resolve it as quickly as possible. I have requested an ETA but have not
been provided one at this time.
 
Thank you,
Vanessa
 

 


Register for ONS North America -- Schedule Now Live!

Brandon Wick <bwick@...>
 

LFN Project Communities:

ONS North America, to be held April 3-5 in San Jose, CA, brings together enterprises, telecom companies, and cloud providers to advance collaboration and innovation across the entire open source networking ecosystem. ONS 2019 tracks include: Carrier and Cloud DevOps, Cloud Native Networking, Enterprise IT & Operations, The New Edge, and World of Open Innovation and Impact to Networking.

The full lineup of sessions can be viewed here, and features speakers from AT&T, China Mobile, Ericsson, Google, Huawei, Intel, KPMG, Nokia, Red Hat, Target, and more.

In addition to the program, LF Networking will have a strong presence at the event with an 10 community-driven demos in the LFN Booth, and an LFN Unconference Track each day in room LL21A & LL21B for project meetings, impromptu meetups, and hacking.

LF Member companies can register with a discount of 20% using this code: LFMEM20. What's more, Day Passes are available for $675 and Hall Passes for $275. Note: The Hall Pass includes access to Keynote Sessions, Sponsor Showcase, Unconference Track, Attendee Onsite Reception, Wednesday Morning Tutorials, and daily conference breakfast/breaks. It does not include access to any ONS conference sessions or offsite evening events. Get materials to help make the case for your attendance here

We hope that you will take advantage of this opportunity to engage with the LFN community at our flagship event in North America. We encourage you to register early and book your travel and accommodations. Please direct any questions you may have to events@.... Thank you!

Best, 

Brandon Wick
Senior Integrated Marketing Manager
The Linux Foundation
+1.917.282.0960



Re: New vpp project committer nomination: Paul Vinciguerra

Ed Warnicke (eaw) <eaw@...>
 

Done :)

Ed

On Feb 27, 2019, at 1:39 PM, Dave Barach (dbarach) <dbarach@...> wrote:

Folks,
 
Please add an agenda item for tomorrow’s meeting: to approve Paul V’s vpp project committer election. The committer vote is 70% complete, and all votes so far have been +1’s.
 
I’m trying to marshal the last few votes now, and I don’t expect any surprises.
 
Thanks... Dave
 
From: vpp-dev@... <vpp-dev@...> On Behalf Of Dave Barach via Lists.Fd.Io
Sent: Wednesday, February 27, 2019 7:38 AM
To: vpp-dev@...
Cc: vpp-dev@...
Subject: [vpp-dev] New vpp project committer nomination: Paul Vinciguerra
 
In view of significant code contributions to the vpp project - see below - I'm pleased to nominate Paul Vinciguerra as a vpp project committer. I have high confidence that he'll be a major asset to the project in a committer role.  
 
Paul has contributed 100 merged patches, concentrating on the “make test” .py framework. Seehttps://gerrit.fd.io/r/#/q/status:merged+owner:%22Paul+Vinciguerra+%253Cpvinci%2540vinciconsulting.com%253E%22
 
Committers, please vote (+1, 0, -1) on vpp-dev@.... We'll need a recorded vote so that the TSC will approve Paul’s nomination.
 
If at all possible please vote today, February 27, 2019 so we can add Paul’s nomination to tomorrow’s TSC agenda for final approval.
 
Thanks... Dave


FW: New vpp project committer nomination: Paul Vinciguerra

Dave Barach
 

Folks,

 

Please add an agenda item for tomorrow’s meeting: to approve Paul V’s vpp project committer election. The committer vote is 70% complete, and all votes so far have been +1’s.

 

I’m trying to marshal the last few votes now, and I don’t expect any surprises.

 

Thanks... Dave

 

From: vpp-dev@... <vpp-dev@...> On Behalf Of Dave Barach via Lists.Fd.Io
Sent: Wednesday, February 27, 2019 7:38 AM
To: vpp-dev@...
Cc: vpp-dev@...
Subject: [vpp-dev] New vpp project committer nomination: Paul Vinciguerra

 

In view of significant code contributions to the vpp project - see below - I'm pleased to nominate Paul Vinciguerra as a vpp project committer. I have high confidence that he'll be a major asset to the project in a committer role. 

 

Paul has contributed 100 merged patches, concentrating on the “make test” .py framework. See https://gerrit.fd.io/r/#/q/status:merged+owner:%22Paul+Vinciguerra+%253Cpvinci%2540vinciconsulting.com%253E%22

 

Committers, please vote (+1, 0, -1) on vpp-dev@.... We'll need a recorded vote so that the TSC will approve Paul’s nomination.

 

If at all possible please vote today, February 27, 2019 so we can add Paul’s nomination to tomorrow’s TSC agenda for final approval.

 

Thanks... Dave

 

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