-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Robin and I spoke briefly on IRC tonight about documenting the cloud.
Her thoughts were that the process of putting images up on Amazon was
quite important and needed to be documented. Being a documentation guy
I could see that being important as well as how to create the image,
what is cloud computing, why someone would want to use cloud computing,
and possibly how to build my own cloud or maybe what other "clouds",
other than Amazon, are available.
Unfortunately in the tech world great things get built but then don't
get documented until it's way late in the project. A lack of
documentation can really hinder adoption by others. I'd like to help
document the processes and the whys and hows so that others in, and
outside, the Fedora Project can recreate what you guys are working on.
If you guys have some notes somewhere that I can look at I'd be happy to
start formalizing processes and generating official documentation. It's
possible to actually have an official guide (think Fedora Cloud Guide)
mostly put together by the time F15 goes to press.
Let me know how I can help!
Fedora Docs Project Lead
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v1.4.10 (GNU/Linux)
Comment: Using GnuPG with Fedora - http://enigmail.mozdev.org/
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
I would like to ask for feedback on a proposal I wrote  for how we
could run a package mirror system on S3. It would be useful if everyone
read it before the meeting so we can discuss it. This is a draft, so I
would appreciate constructive feedback on the mailing list and/or IRC