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Understanding OPNFV 135 Getting Involved There are many ways for users, technology providers and individuals to get involved with OPNFV. You don't have to be an OPNFV member to contribute, but many have decided to join and support open source NFV. The specific step to get involved requires a free Linux Foundation account. It's that simple! Here are some specific ways to get involved, and the associated benefits: Activity Suitable For Benefit End-user Technology Provider Individual Join existing project x x x Learn and make the stack more suitable for your use case Create new project x x x Make the stack more suitable for your use case Attend events/ Hackfests x x x Learn, collaborate, connect Present at events x x x Share learning with others and recruit contributors Continuously consume OPNFV using a CI pipeline x x x Learn and provide feedback to improve the stack Contribute a Pharos Lab x x Advance OPNFV testing capabilities Join End-User Advisory Group x Provide feedback and requirements to ensure NFV pain points get solved

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