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From B Prakash <>
Subject Re: Mentor
Date Wed, 28 Oct 2015 01:20:54 GMT
Sure Tim, thankyou.  I dont know XenServer, I am looking forward to knowing it well while I
work on this.

From: Tim Mackey <>
Sent: Tuesday, October 27, 2015 7:05 PM
Subject: Re: Mentor


As you go through this, if you have questions related to how XenServer
works, do feel free to ask me. Another good avenue is the xs-devel list on
On Oct 27, 2015 6:27 PM, "Erik Weber" <> wrote:

> On Tue, Oct 27, 2015 at 10:34 PM, David Willard <>
> wrote:
> > Hi B. Prakash, Daan, Erik,
> >
> > I have emailed many time requesting a mentor and still no responses. I
> > have been following cloudstack for a few months. I am entry-level java
> > completed a Java class as I have earned my bachelor in IT from
> Northeastern
> > University. I earned a 4.0 for the Java course. Even if I have to start
> > troubleshooting code I am a quick learner and in a few months be able to
> > code. I am a member of the OSI and my ultimate goal is to obtain a job in
> > information security.
> >
> >
> Hi David,
> I am sorry that your efforts to get into the community hasn't given the
> wanted results yet.
> Coding CloudStack is beyond my skill set, so I can't really offer any
> mentoring, but if you are looking for simple tasks to carry out to get more
> familiar with the project I am sure we could come up with some issues for
> you :-)
> Your first matter of business should be to get a CloudStack cloud up and
> running so that you can test any changes you do.
> This can be done on a single machine if needed.
> --
> Erik

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