Rules of Winter: Main Challenge
The challenge is to create a deployment of an application for OpenShift 3, a tool that simplifies OpenShift tasks, or create a S2I image. You can run OpenShift on your local machine by downloading and running the OpenShift 3 binary or using our prepared VM that bundles OpenShift 3, Kubernetes, Docker and all the necessary tools for you to start developing.
The challenge is to create:
- Deployment of an application for OpenShift 3. Examples:
Tool that simplifies OpenShift tasks:
- GUI application for creating OpenShift templates
- Create a S2I image or a service image(database, monitoring, ...) that others can build on and benefit from. For inspiration check our language and database images:
Your submission must conform to the following rules:
- It must be Open Source
- It must be hosted on a public git repository, such as github.com
- It must be deployable using OpenShift Origin 3.0.6 (or later)
- Your project must be respectful of others, and not promote anything illegal, offensive, or harmful.
The winners of the main prize will be invited to give a short presentation about their submission at the Developer Conference (or to send a short video that will be played at the conference), where the winners will be announced as well. All submissions are due by January 31st, 2016.
The purpose of this competition is to support development of new projects and tools. The organizers reserve right to reject applications that are not innovative or creative.
There are several resources you might find useful: