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From Rodric Rabbah <>
Subject Re: I want to contribute to the project.
Date Sat, 17 Dec 2016 13:08:56 GMT
Hello Dominic, that's great, thank you for your interest.

We are tracking defects and issues, feature requests and enhancements in
our github repo at the moment (as I understand it, this repo will migrate
under the apache org at some point in the near future and all issues will
be preserved).

What you have suggested is interesting with respect to documentation. I'm
not aware of anyone having run an action based on a different OS yet - Did
you have an OS in mind?

Plugging in a third party authentication and authorization service is also
worthwhile -- OpenWhisk doesn't currently offer out of the box integration


On Sat, Dec 17, 2016 at 3:58 AM, 김동경 <> wrote:

> Hello folks
> I am newbie on Openwhisk
> I have been using Openwhisk for last 2 months.
> More and more I use openwhisk, I am getting touched by its novelty and
> excellence.
> So I have been thinking that I also want to contribute to this project.
> Since this is my first contribution to Apache project,
> I just want to check in prior to the contribution.
> 1. Is it ok to create the issue directly?
> I already submitted ICLA.
> If I get confirmed, could I just create new issue to propose contribution?
> And is it same for documentation?
> At first, I may contribute to documentation part based on my use
> experience.
> For that also, could I just create the issue?
> 2. Agenda
> I am thinking of following items as contribution points.
> [Documentation]
> * Setup Openwhisk on Cent OS 7
> * Setup Openwhisk on Docker for mac
> * Setup Openwhisk on Swarm
> * How to implement your own Entitlement server
> * How to create docker action based on different OS
> Is it ok to contribute?
> 3. Are there any matters that require attention?
> I know there are already some issues for above items.
> But I just want to make sure and say hello to the project.
> I hope this email does not bother you
> Thanks
> Regards
> Dominic.

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