I’ve just finished my Outreach Program for Women in a Linux kernel project. The last months were amazing. I’ve learnt about development, network, security network, network protocols and more things. I’ve enjoyed it!
These are my accomplishments:
* I did the automated regression testing of nftables. This let us check the input of rules of nft-tool from the command-line and the output from nft-tool of this rule. Then, It compares if the rule input matches the rule output automatically. And, the most important thing: It does it automatically. Also, I found a lot of bugs that I reported in the Netfilter project’s bugzilla.
tests: Add Automated regression testing.
tests: Add ip6 folder with test files.
tests: Add inet folder with test files.
tests: Add any folder with test files.
tests: Add arp folder with test files.
tests: Add bridge folder with test files.
* Refactoring and adding some improvements in the libnftnl (libnftnl is a userspace library providing a low-level netlink programming interface (API) to the in-kernel nf_tables subsystem. The library libnftnl has been previously known as libnftables).
[In this blog: XML and JSON in nftables] [All patchs were accepted in libnftnl]
* I was the first girl in a Netfilter workshop.
Plans for the future:
I’d like continue contributing to Open Source (in Netfilter project and other open-source projects) and help other women into free software development.
Thanks a lot Marina Zhurakhinskaya, Karen Sandler and Sarah Sharp for this chance. These days were amazing and I’ve learnt a lot! 🙂 I’m so happy. ….and Thanks Pablo Neira for being my mentor during this intership