On Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 6:26 PM, Chris Lalancette <clalance(a)redhat.com> wrote:
A few months ago we transferred the deltacloud API and core over to the
apache foundation. Along with that we have also transferred the name
"deltacloud" to apache (at least in spirit, I don't know what the legal
To reduce confusion between the API and what is currently called the
deltacloud aggregator, and to give a new home to the sub-projects that the
aggregator depends on, we are launching the http://www.aeolusproject.org
website. Aeolus is the Greek god of wind, so we think it fits in nicely with
the cloud theme. The aggregator will be formally renamed to
"Aeolus Conductor", and several of the subprojects that the Conductor depends
on will be added to the website. The old deltacloud git repositories will be
marked read-only, and new development will happen in the aeolus repositories.
will be modified to redirect to the
apache incubator page.
We plan on making the changes to the mailing lists, git repositories, and
website on Monday, Jan 17. The code inside the git repositories will probably
continue to use the old names for a little while longer, but we will patch them
as quickly as possible.
As usual, any questions, comments, or criticisms are welcome.
Is there any packages already in Fedora that will need to be renamed
as a result of this?