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This is a list of specific changes needed for https://getfedora.org/en/cloud/ as a result of [[Changes/Two_Week_Atomic]] and [https://fedorahosted.org/cloud/ticket/117 making Atomic the primary cloud deliverable].
 
This is a list of specific changes needed for https://getfedora.org/en/cloud/ as a result of [[Changes/Two_Week_Atomic]] and [https://fedorahosted.org/cloud/ticket/117 making Atomic the primary cloud deliverable].
  
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= For Fedora 23 Release =
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== Atomic Page ==
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=== Top of page ===
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  Fedora Atomic is meant to represent the leading edge of Project
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  Atomic development. These releases showcase that work. They've
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  passed various levels of automated testing, but have not been
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  hand-vetted.
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  Please test before using new versions in production. If you do
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  discover a problem, the Atomic tools make it easy to flip back to an
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  earlier release — and if that happens, please also help us by [filing
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  bugs] or [submitting fixes].
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  Fedora Atomic Host images are updated roughly every two weeks, rather
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  than on the main six-month Fedora cadence. Because development is
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  moving quickly, only the latest major Fedora release is supported.
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  See the [Atomic philosophy] for more."
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  Note that different Fedora Atomic Host media are subject to different
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  levels of automatic testing. We are making continuous improvements
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  to these tests; [click here](https://apps.fedoraproject.org/autocloud/jobs/)
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  to see the current test status.
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=== Recent images are available text ===
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These are the latest official Fedora Atomic Host images, produced %{atomic_age}
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=== Stale text ===
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The latest two week build did not meet our testing criteria. The images available are %(atomic_age)s. Check the Project Atomic blog for updates and information about Atomic blocker bugs.
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=== ... ===
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= For AFTER Fedora 23 =
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== Front getfedora.org Page ==
  
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* Change Fedora Cloud to Fedora Atomic Host
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* Put "Fedora Cloud images" in the "more Fedora!" section
  
 
== Initial "Brochure" Page ==
 
== Initial "Brochure" Page ==
  
 
* Change slogan to be Atomic-focused
 
* Change slogan to be Atomic-focused
* Move Atomic box closer to the top
 
* Either remove box about Cloud Base, or change wording to something which says "also available if you're looking for Fedora in the cloud but don't want Atomic..." (except in a shinier way)
 
 
* Get an updated Atomic-centric quote from Major :)
 
* Get an updated Atomic-centric quote from Major :)
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* Atomic-focused boxes and content
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** explaining what Fedora Atomic Host is -- optimized for running containers, etc. NEED COPY
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** possibly show two week cycle here?
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* link to projectatomic.io
  
 
== Download Page ==
 
== Download Page ==
  
* Make Atomic tab the primary one
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* No more tabs — just Fedora Atomic Host
* Update "There are two main versions" copy to emphasize Atomic as ''the'' main version and Cloud Base as "also provided".
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=== Initial Text ===
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* Lead containers copy and link to projectatomic.io removed and put one level back, before the download page
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* Intro copy:
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  Fedora Atomic represents the leading edge of Project Atomic
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  development. The images published here showcase that work. Note
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  that the images have passed several levels of automated testing,
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  but are not always subjected to manual testing by the QA team.
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  Please test before using new versions in production. If you do
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  discover a problem, the Atomic tools make it easy to flip back to an
 +
  earlier release — and if that happens, please also help us by [filing
 +
  bugs] or [submitting fixes].
 +
 
 +
  Fedora Atomic Host images are updated roughly every two weeks, rather
 +
  than on the main six-month Fedora cadence. Because development is
 +
  moving quickly, only the latest major Fedora release is supported.
 +
 
 +
  Note that different Fedora Atomic Host media are subject to different
 +
  levels of automatic testing. We are making continuous improvements
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  to these tests; [click here] to see the current test status.
  
=== Atomic Tab ===
 
  
==== Initial Text ====
 
  
* Containers copy could use an update
 
* Link to projectatomic.io is good.
 
* Need copy about two week release cycle
 
 
* Need a box showing the specific version / date this was last updated
 
* Need a box showing the specific version / date this was last updated
 
* Need a link to older releases (in right sidebar?)
 
* Need a link to older releases (in right sidebar?)
  
==== Downloads Section ====
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=== Downloads Section ===
  
 
* Basic layout is fine
 
* Basic layout is fine
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* Actual EC2 IDs and specific hyperlinks need to be automatically provided rather than manually (NEEDS PROGRAMMING)
 
* Actual EC2 IDs and specific hyperlinks need to be automatically provided rather than manually (NEEDS PROGRAMMING)
  
=== Base Image Tab ===
 
  
* Needs new copy indicating "secondary" status, and clarifying that this is updated on the traditional 6-month cycle with aperiodic updates for critical security issues
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=== Sidebar ===
* If we're ready to automate these links too, cool -- but I think they may still have to be manual
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* drop 32 bit (https://fedorahosted.org/cloud/ticket/106)
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"Looking for a traditional, non-Atomic Fedora base image for running in OpenStack, EC2, or other cloud environments?" Link to cloud.fedoraproject.org.
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"Fedora Atomic Host is optimized for running containers. Pull down content with the `atomic` command. If you want to download a base container image directly..." Link to containers.fedoraproject.org
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== Cloud Page ==
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New cloud.fedoraproject.org page
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* like arm.fedoraproject.org
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* Focus on "fedora running in the cloud"
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* downloads for Cloud Base image (and EC2 click-to-launch) <- also NEEDS PROGRAMMING for automatic updates
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* possible future home for Fedora Server cloud images, etc.
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== Containers page? ==
  
=== Docker Tab ===
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new containers.fedoraproject.org page
  
* I think this is good as is.
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* like arm.fedoraproject.org
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* Docker base image lives here
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* future links to layered images?
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* future rkt or other-format containers

Latest revision as of 22:26, 15 October 2015

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This is a list of specific changes needed for https://getfedora.org/en/cloud/ as a result of Changes/Two_Week_Atomic and making Atomic the primary cloud deliverable.

For Fedora 23 Release

Atomic Page

Top of page

 Fedora Atomic is meant to represent the leading edge of Project
 Atomic development. These releases showcase that work. They've 
 passed various levels of automated testing, but have not been
 hand-vetted.
 Please test before using new versions in production. If you do
 discover a problem, the Atomic tools make it easy to flip back to an
 earlier release — and if that happens, please also help us by [filing
 bugs] or [submitting fixes].
 Fedora Atomic Host images are updated roughly every two weeks, rather
 than on the main six-month Fedora cadence. Because development is
 moving quickly, only the latest major Fedora release is supported.
 See the [Atomic philosophy] for more."
 Note that different Fedora Atomic Host media are subject to different
 levels of automatic testing. We are making continuous improvements
 to these tests; [click here](https://apps.fedoraproject.org/autocloud/jobs/)
 to see the current test status.

Recent images are available text

These are the latest official Fedora Atomic Host images, produced %{atomic_age}

Stale text

The latest two week build did not meet our testing criteria. The images available are %(atomic_age)s. Check the Project Atomic blog for updates and information about Atomic blocker bugs.

...

For AFTER Fedora 23

Front getfedora.org Page

  • Change Fedora Cloud to Fedora Atomic Host
  • Put "Fedora Cloud images" in the "more Fedora!" section

Initial "Brochure" Page

  • Change slogan to be Atomic-focused
  • Get an updated Atomic-centric quote from Major :)
  • Atomic-focused boxes and content
    • explaining what Fedora Atomic Host is -- optimized for running containers, etc. NEED COPY
    • possibly show two week cycle here?
  • link to projectatomic.io

Download Page

  • No more tabs — just Fedora Atomic Host


Initial Text

  • Lead containers copy and link to projectatomic.io removed and put one level back, before the download page
  • Intro copy:
  Fedora Atomic represents the leading edge of Project Atomic 
  development. The images published here showcase that work. Note 
  that the images have passed several levels of automated testing, 
  but are not always subjected to manual testing by the QA team. 
  Please test before using new versions in production. If you do
  discover a problem, the Atomic tools make it easy to flip back to an
  earlier release — and if that happens, please also help us by [filing
  bugs] or [submitting fixes].
  Fedora Atomic Host images are updated roughly every two weeks, rather
  than on the main six-month Fedora cadence. Because development is
  moving quickly, only the latest major Fedora release is supported.
  Note that different Fedora Atomic Host media are subject to different
  levels of automatic testing. We are making continuous improvements
  to these tests; [click here] to see the current test status.


  • Need a box showing the specific version / date this was last updated
  • Need a link to older releases (in right sidebar?)

Downloads Section

  • Basic layout is fine
  • Cloud SIG should discuss ordering of qcow downloads vs. vagrant vs. ec2 launch
  • The sidebar ISO download should be moved to something like "Installer for Atomic on bare metal" (CLOUD WG NEEDS TO DECIDE ON SUPPORT LEVEL FOR THIS)
  • Actual EC2 IDs and specific hyperlinks need to be automatically provided rather than manually (NEEDS PROGRAMMING)


Sidebar

"Looking for a traditional, non-Atomic Fedora base image for running in OpenStack, EC2, or other cloud environments?" Link to cloud.fedoraproject.org.

"Fedora Atomic Host is optimized for running containers. Pull down content with the atomic command. If you want to download a base container image directly..." Link to containers.fedoraproject.org

Cloud Page

New cloud.fedoraproject.org page

  • like arm.fedoraproject.org
  • Focus on "fedora running in the cloud"
  • downloads for Cloud Base image (and EC2 click-to-launch) <- also NEEDS PROGRAMMING for automatic updates
  • possible future home for Fedora Server cloud images, etc.

Containers page?

new containers.fedoraproject.org page

  • like arm.fedoraproject.org
  • Docker base image lives here
  • future links to layered images?
  • future rkt or other-format containers