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== Draft OpenStack Status ==
* OpenStack was [ approved] as a Fedora 16 Feature
* [ Diablo was released]. Nova and Glance was updated to it in F16. Swift status?
* Keystone is not part of the Diablo release, but you will still be able use Nova, Glance and Swift with a release of Keystone due very soon.
* Added [ --iscsi_helper flag] to allow tgtadm to be used on Fedora
* A [ recent RabbitMQ update] in F16 was broken and has been pulled from updates-testing
* The [ IPv6/dnsmasq issue] was fixed upstream
* Nova switched to github/gerrit. Now all projects are there. No more bzr!
* The [[Getting_started_with_OpenStack_Nova|getting started wiki page]] now has instructions for using MySQL and deploying multiple compute nodes. Also has cleanup instructions.
* We still need [ SELinux policy for Nova].
* The Cloud SIG has [ requested the Oct 20th slot] for its Test Day.
* A bunch of bugs filed for upstream bugs tagged as diablo-backport to track that the fixes need to be cherry-picked into F16. Some of these fixes were included in openstack-nova-2011.3-3.fc16.
* Updating to SQLAlchemy 0.7.2 (which F16 uses) was [,708 proposed upstream].
* Keystone is now in Fedora; passlib needed to be packaged
* Test day preparations - markmc, pbrady, russelb, rkukura
* SELinux policy for Nova - thanks to mgrepl
* Glance and Nova segfaults on i686
* Stable branch for Diablo now created upstream
* OpenStack foundation discussions started
* Andrew Beekhof proposing the use of pacemaker Policy Engine within Nova
* Nova sub-teams
* mfojtik added a deltacloud driver for the OpenStack API
* Upstreams script should now work on Fedora
* Folks are testing OpenStack in VMs successfully
* Rich Jones' supermin appliance
* Swift needs updating
* David Busby and Pádraig Brady doing great EPEL work.
(Feel free to add your own noteworthy items)

Latest revision as of 07:44, 16 January 2012

Mark McLoughlin

Mark McLoughlin is a Red Hat developer working on various parts of Fedora's Cloud and Virtualization stacks.

Way back when, he used to hack on GNOME, but that's all long forgotten now.