Highlights of the week
The second milestone of the Folsom cycle is now available for Keystone, Glance, Nova, Horizon and Quantum ! Note that the corresponding Python client libraries are no longer shipped as part of the server counterpart delivery, but follow their own release plan. A Folsom-2 milestone is available for Cinder, too.
Thierry Carrez contributed a new, more configurable and extensible nova-rootwrap implementation. Here is what you should know about it, depending on whether you’re a Nova user, packager or developer!
It’s already time to decide the name of the future OpenStack release. Participate to the poll.
Andrew Bogott started a conversation about defining some best practices when crossing the boundary between common and other openstack projects. It developed into a request for leadership for openstack-common so that it can become a proper library.
Eric Windisch describes the required guarantees of OpenStack RPC implementations.
Yaguang Tang reminds us of Ryu, a Quantum plugin developed by NTT. Ryu aims to provide a logically centralized control and well defined API that make it easy for operators to create new network management and control applications. Details on http://osrg.github.com/ryu/
Tips and tricks
Welcome new contributors
Celebrating the first patches submitted this week by:
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