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Cinder bug squashing day on 10th July 2013


A bug squashing day is a bug day where the Cinder community focuses exclusively on trying to close as many bugs as possible. This can be done in multiple ways: you don't have to be an experienced developer to participate, and those days are a great way to start joining the Cinder community. We also target documentation update and writing.


The event happens mostly online, on the dedicated #openstack-cinder IRC channel on Freenode (that all participants are encouraged to join). It can also happen in various places around the world, as the community informally gathers around food and drinks to squash bugs!


See DevQuickstart for instructions on getting a development environment up. Read how to contribute to Cinder.


You will be able to see the results in live here.