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Note:  this page is specifically for hacking and interop testing activities in the dedicated plugfest room.  If you are planning a meeting, discussion, or presentation, please see this page instead.

Topic Schedule

Please add your name to indicate interest.  We will consolidate the tracks around the areas of interest just prior to the start of the event.

Note 1:  ALL sessions are in room M4.  This room is reserved for plugfest activity for the entire event.
Note 2: The times below are suggested.  We have flexibility with time and we have plenty of room.  This means that we can have multiple sessions at once and you can continue working as long as you'd like.
Note 3: If you have remote participants, you may use one of the OPNFV community zoom bridges.

DayTimeTopic 1Interested (add your name here)Notes
Tuesday (June 11)



3 - 5


Wednesday (June 12)10 - 12Functest hacking

From Paris (Saclay) to Stockholm:

  • Code improvement (bandit, rated 10/10 by Pylint, etc...) 
  • Python3
  • Raspberry PI support
  • Functest testcases in parallel
  • no resource leaks (upstream patches in tempest, etc...)
  • new testcases (refstack_object, refstack_platform)
  • first feedbacks about network automation journey (Xtesting)
3 - 5OVP (VNF / NFVI) Hacking

Specific Topic Ideas:

  1. Focus on VNF Compliance Testing with the goal of complete set of passing results on a commercial VNF (need a volunteer VNF).
  2. NFVI hacking current status of release 2019.x, changes between 2018.09 and 2019.x sw and possible beta testing of 2019.x release.
  3. Tutorial of how to review results.
  4. Run dovetail tool using XCI installer (introduction)

https://etherpad.opnfv.org/p/lfn_ddf_2019-ovp_hacking

Thursday  (June 13)10 - 12XCI hacking

Discussion Topics: https://etherpad.opnfv.org/p/xci-iruya-ddf

Please add any topic you'd like to discuss to Etherpad.

We will try to find other days/times/rooms to continue the discussions as necessary.

3 - 5Yardstick hacking
Friday (June 14)10 - 12Baremetal deployments in Hunter

Session Topics: https://etherpad.opnfv.org/p/hunter_baremetal_ddf2019

Baremetal deployments are a difficult topic. I would like to share insights and experiences made in the Swisscom Lab with the community.

I would provide remote access to baremetal nodes in swiss lab  (3 control + 7 compute) by VPN in case required.





Additional Topics

If you would like to lead a hacking or interoperability testing session, but you don't see the topic listed above, please add the topic and your name, below.  Please only add topics if you plan to attend the event and  you're willing to lead the session.

NameTopicNotes
Some topic, not listed above, that I'm willing to leadSome notes about preferred date/ time or other considerations.
Daniel BalsigerStatus of baremetal deployments, different installer projects,  what works in Hunter and future releases, what doesn't...

Baremetal deployments are a difficult topic. I would like to share insights and experiences made in the Swisscom Lab with the community.

I would provide remote access to baremetal nodes in swiss lab  (3 control + 7 compute) by VPN in case required.

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