Thursday, April 18, 2013

April mid-month Fellowship report

During the first half of the month, 43 tickets got some attention that they would not have received without the sponsored development. The result was 17 closed tickets and 24 other tickets unblocked for other developers to resume work on.

I set up an official git mirror that contains all the branches, including release branches and tags on github and documented my workflow on the wiki.

I've documened how our current infrastructure (cube), and with the help of Jonathan Stoppani, I've been working on scripts to automate the deployment of its successor (dornkirk).

This work is made possible by the sponsorship of individuals and organizations which have donated to the Twisted project, part of the Software Freedom Conservancy, a not-for-profit organization that helps promote, improve, and develop open source software. Thanks!

The tickets I reviewed, that have now been closed:

Other tickets I have reviewed:

Other tickets I have worked on:

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