Hey Cloud SIG, let's start talking about F15.
jgregusk at redhat.com
Fri Oct 22 20:01:40 UTC 2010
I would like to see cloud (and livecd) images built in a more standardized manor:
----- "Robyn Bergeron" <robyn.bergeron at gmail.com> wrote:
> We are just a few weeks away from the Fedora 14 release, and actually
> having a new version of Fedora on EC2. This has been *the* major
> over the past, well, 10 months since this list was created, and I'm
> delighted that it is finally coming together. (Thank you, Justin, for
> doing all of this work, and everyone else who has been working on
> supporting his efforts and helping out with behind-the-scenes stuff
> like talking to Amazon and writing documentation and asking
> Of course, this is Fedora, and I know a lot of us are thinking about
> *what we can do next*. So I'd like to have a discussion here on our
> friendly mailing-list about some of the things we'd like to do in F15
> (and beyond!).
> First off: We have a lot of stuff in the pipeline that I think we
> could submit to the Feature List for Fedora 15. What is this "stuff,"
> you might ask?
> * OpenStack - We already have the Swift portion of this in, and Nova
> is in the pipeline. (Thanks, silassewell.) http://www.openstack.org
> * Deltacloud - I'm not sure how far along this is, or if it's
> that this could be fully in for F15, or if there are clearly
> portions that could be F15 features. Anyone from Deltacloud - can
> pipe in here? :) http://deltacloud.org/
> * BoxGrinder - Marek Goldmann is working on packaging.
> * Eucalyptus - obino has been looking for some mentorship as far as
> packaging goes. If there are folks around to help out with this, I
> think it would be awesome to have as a feature. Is anyone willing to
> help out here? http://open.eucalyptus.com/
> * Sheepdog - Steven Dake is working on this.
> Additionally, we probably have further enhancements we could make on
> the EC2 front - namely, having really awesome documentation, which
> Sparks has been poking the list on since he'd love to help us out
> there. What other EC2-related enhancements are there for us to
> But what I am interested in is - what do YOU guys think about what we
> could, or even *should*, be doing? Are there other cloud tools,
> implementations, projects, etc. we should be looking at? What are
> they? What should Fedora's ongoing cloud-sig focus be?
> Yes, I know, I'm full of questions. :)
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