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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.


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 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 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

(Feel free to add your own noteworthy items)|