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More detailed informations How To Test Matahari can be found in [https://github.com/matahari/matahari/wiki/TestPlan the Matahari Test Plan]. We are interested in a general community testing of currently available agents and core Matahari - for both local (DBus) and remote sides (QMF). We do not offer any special instruction for testing, just try to use Matahari for your tasks and report possible issues/enhancements.
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Revision as of 08:55, 8 July 2011

Contents

Matahari

Summary

Matahari is a collection of generically useful APIs accessible over a remote and local interfaces via a collection of Agents, and a framework for adding small set of Agents & APIs.

Owner

  • Email: jreznik@redhat.com, andrew@beekhof.net and matahari@lists.fedorahosted.org

Current status

  • Targeted release: Fedora 16
  • Last updated: 2011-07-07
  • Percentage of completion: 25%

Detailed Description

Benefit to Fedora

Scope

Currently Matahari scope is isolated as we're now working mostly on agents/interfaces side.


How To Test

More detailed informations How To Test Matahari can be found in the Matahari Test Plan. We are interested in a general community testing of currently available agents and core Matahari - for both local (DBus) and remote sides (QMF). We do not offer any special instruction for testing, just try to use Matahari for your tasks and report possible issues/enhancements.


User Experience

Dependencies

The dependencies are Qpid with QMFv2 (Qpid Management Framework).

Contingency Plan

As no packages in Fedora currently depends on Matahari we will continue with the development efforts in Rawhide.

Documentation

Release Notes

Comments and Discussion