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The Fedora Cloud SIG works to make Fedora successful on all major cloud platforms, public and private.

Mailing List


Fedora Cloud folks hang out on at #fedora-cloud.


Meetings are held weekly on Thursdays, 2100 UTC on #fedora-meeting (currently 1700 Eastern US daylight time (UTC-4)).

Upcoming meeting agenda

Next meeting: 2010/07/08 - 2100 UTC (5pm Eastern), in #fedora-meeting.

  • Status check: Action items from previous meeting.
    • ke4qqq Research and report back on possible costs of testing, if amazon has a recommendation on testing with large groups of testers, check into cost approval with ... whoever would pay for it.
    • sparks to create basic wiki page for publishing images to EC2 documentation Completed --Sparks 13:26, 8 July 2010 (UTC)
    • jforbes to start populating the wiki page with basic information as time allows
    • jforbes to ping gholms about eucatools <--> kernel <--> pvgrub image
    • jforbes to submit to FeatureList this week now that we have pvgrub info
    • jforbes to get with huff and get updated to F13
    • jeevan_ullas to make a wiki page of to-dos for eucalyptus
    • rbergeron to put this testing info into the wiki (done, listed on main wiki page on to-do list --Rbergero 20:37, 8 July 2010 (UTC))
    • rbergeron to start framing todo list on the wiki (done, on main wiki page - we may want to break this out. --Rbergero 20:37, 8 July 2010 (UTC))
    • huff to post AMI feature set to mailing list
  • Status Update: kernel status
  • Add your agenda item here.

Past Meetings

To-Do List

  • Need Kernel pushed.
  • Need actual images - huff is working on the ks file.
  • Testing:
    • Can start working on this now with local xen testing - we can test and tune the ks file on rhel 5.3 or newer hosts.
    • Testing without ec2 requires a xen host - once you have a xen host, you can create an image with appliance-tools using the kickstart file from huff.
    • Need to get location of file from huff. Please link it here!
    • Boot image, make sure it works, look for critical packages, report back if things are needed or something doesn't work (or does work).
    • Need to identify list of critical packages
    • Need to identify place for people to list their test results - GOOD OR BAD

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