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As the other answers suggests there are many Tutorials, wiki articles, How-To guides, Youtube videos, Blogs, Technical articles, etc... all covering various aspects of OpenDaylight...

But unfortunately, there isnt a single living document that is formatted in a easy to read (e)Book that covers all aspects of Opendaylight (for a particular release). The closest that is getting now are the Release documents that covers User-Guide, Configuration Guide and other Technical documents contributed by individual projects.

I personally have been thinking of an Open-Source book with contributions from various community members, formatted as a eBook which can be easily consumed by experts and n00bs alike. It will be a living document and will not be outdated through the releases and can be versioned / tagged / branched based on a particular release as well.

ask.opendaylight.org is still not be used by many in the community. But still, we can try to see the interest based on up-voting this answer to understand the interest in such an approach. If there is a reasonable interest, we can take it to the next level

As the other answers suggests there are many Tutorials, wiki articles, How-To guides, Youtube videos, Blogs, Technical articles, etc... all covering various aspects of OpenDaylight...

But unfortunately, there isnt a single living document that is formatted in a easy to read (e)Book that covers all aspects of Opendaylight (for a particular release). The closest that is getting now are the Release documents that covers User-Guide, Configuration Guide and other Technical documents contributed by individual projects.

I personally have been thinking of an Open-Source book with contributions from various community members, formatted as a eBook which can be easily consumed by experts and n00bs alike. It will be a living document and will not be outdated through the releases and can be versioned / tagged / branched based on a particular release as well.

ask.opendaylight.org is still not be being used by many in the community. But still, we can try to see the interest based on up-voting this answer to understand the interest in such an approach. If there is a reasonable interest, we can take it to the next level