Fedora 22 is out, Fedora 23 is coming :)
Rickard von Essen
rickard.von.essen at gmail.com
Mon Jun 1 22:46:04 UTC 2015
I think there is one good (nearly) point and click installer that we could
use (more): vagrant. Currently there is only boxes for VirtualBox and
libvirt, maybe it would be possible to provide boxes for VMware, Parallels,
KVM etc. It would also be great to publish the meta-info on
https://atlas.hashicorp.com to allow something like "vagrant init
If we are looking for a more boot2docker like solution it is good to know
that boot2docker (cli) is being deprecated by docker machine which actually
(soon) have a decent number of drivers (VirtualBox, VMware etc). Docker
machine just downloads and uses the boot2docker.iso. It should be possible
to use another iso as long as it follows some expectations by docker
machine. In the near future there will also be a GUI for docker machine
called https://kitematic.com/ .
And to repeat what previously have been said, there is a desperate need of
On Mon, Jun 1, 2015 at 9:15 PM, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky <znmeb at znmeb.net>
> On Mon, Jun 1, 2015 at 5:50 AM, Kushal Das <kushaldas at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Thank you everyone for a great Fedora 22 release. Things are stable now,
> > before we can understand we will be in the alpha freeze for Fedora 23.
> > So this is a good time to start working on the new features list for
> > 23. 23rd June is the last date to submit a new system wide change
> > for Fedora 23, 11th August is the alpha release for Fedora 23.
> > Below I have written few points which came up in different discussions.
> > Please feel free to comment/add/delete in this thread.
> > * Better user documentation for cloud. We need something better than
> > wiki.
> For a volunteer-run documentation project, I'm extremely impressed
> with the Mozilla Developer Network's site. The underlying CMS is
> something they built after struggling with some commercial offerings.
> It's called Kuma and it's open source. Here's the link:
> So I'd say:
> 1. Reach out to Mozilla
> 2. Package Kuma for Fedora
> 3. ????
> 4. Profit! ;-)
> My other long-standing wishlist item (one which I hack on myself
> sporadically) is a Boot2Docker-like point and click user interface for
> Windows 8.1+ Professional using Client Hyper-V as the hosting
> mechanism and Project Atomic (any of RHEL/CentOS/Fedora incarnations)
> as the Docker host. I've been able to make Atomic virtual machines via
> the "bare metal" Fedora Atomic ISO and run containers, but there's no
> point-and-click installer or documentation, both of which are
> mandatory for this use case. There's also no "market research" that
> indicates anyone but me would use it. ;-)
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