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El Wed, 22 Jan 2014 00:24:31 +0000
Vaidas Jablonskis <jablonskis(a)gmail.com> escribió:
I am pretty new to contributing to Fedora, especially the cloud group.
I have mentioned a few times on IRC (nickname: zooz) that I have
started working on GCE cloud image.
So I thought I will give you an update on my progress so other people
can jump in or help me to figure out the process.
So far so good, GCE image does not seem to look much different that
already existing OpenStack/EC2 images.
- kickstart files for appliance-creator:
- gcimagebundle spec/srpm/copr:
- google-compute-daemon spec/srpm/copr:
I understand that you guys might not want to use google provided
daemons for managing ssh keys, users and forwarded IP addresses, but
I thought I will package it up just in case.
Current blockers: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1055181
but they accepted my patch and it's been submitted to
updates-testing, so it should be fine soon.
So with what I currently have, I am able to build an image without any
issues which runs on GCE perfectly.
If anyone could have a quick poke at my RPM spec files and let me
know if there are any major issues with them before I submit them for
a review for the first time :-) Also if anyone wants to sponsor my
fedora packager membership I'd really appreciate that.
So what are the next steps? How do we actually start a process of
getting appliance KS files upstream?
Any pointers and feedback is welcome. If anyone wants to jump in and
help - please do so!
afaik the existing images hsould work just fine, cloud-init may need
some tweaking to work right. The issue we have AFAIK is that you have
to sign a NDA to upload images, That is not something we are able to
do. We will need to send a request to Red Hat legal via Fedora Legal to
come to some agreement.
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