No Sleep 'Til (Ansible Contributor Summit) Brooklyn!

August 24, 2016 by Robyn Bergeron



 Are you a contributor to Ansible, or interested in becoming a contributor to Ansible?

Ansible's third Contributor Summit is coming soon, offering contributors the opportunity to participate in and shape the future of Ansible. We'll be gathering October 10, 2016 in Brooklyn, the day before AnsibleFest Brooklyn 2016, to collaborate and plan around a variety of Ansible-related topics. Your feedback and presence are welcomed. Read on to find out how you can join us!


The second Ansible Contributor Summit held July 27, 2016 in San Francisco was even more productive than the first, and we’re excited to do it again! AnsibleFest Brooklyn 2016 will be on Tuesday, October 11, and the Contributor Summit will be held on Monday, October 10.
We will have a day-long working session with the core team and key contributors to discuss important issues affecting the Ansible community, followed by a lovely cocktail reception. The following is a very rough agenda; please feel free to recommend other topics you’d like to cover on the planning Etherpad
As always, we understand that not everybody can attend in person, so we will arrange a video conference and a meeting time on IRC in #ansible-meeting to encourage remote participation.  We’ll be sending out an email to the ansible-devel mailing list with the information for remote participation about a week before the Contributor Summit.


If you would like to attend the Ansible Contributor Summit in person, that's great!  We will have limited space, and admission is free, but tickets will be first-come first-serve. In-person attendees will also be entitled to a 50% discount to AnsibleFest the following day. Please reach out to us (Robyn and/or Greg) if you plan to attend the Contributor Conference and would like a discount code.
To sign up to attend the Contributor Summit in person, use this link:
To register for AnsibleFest Brooklyn 2016, visit:
Thanks for all of your contributions to Ansible, and we hope to see you in Brooklyn! (We promise to sleep beforehand.)

Community, AnsibleFest, Ansible, Containers


Robyn Bergeron

Robyn Bergeron is the Community Architect for Ansible at Red Hat, building community bridges and inspiring contributors to do great things. She’s been a sysadmin, program manager, business analyst, and developer advocate in past lives, and started her career in open source at Red Hat, where she was the Fedora Project Leader.


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