[Vote+Test] Houston

Jasper van den Bosch jasper at ilogue.com
Mon Jul 30 08:44:51 UTC 2012

Dear Andrew, (and other ARB members)

This should be fixed in the next release, after I solve a packaging issue

The longer story:

I had a deeper look in the libcloud source code and it seems that of the
30-something openstack providers there is one that only uses a password,
which is Linode, so I assume you tested with Linode, Andrew? I have added a
unit test and code fix for the Linode use case, which should now ignore the
This however shows that although OpenStack is a standard, some bugs may
creep up because of differences between providers. I have tested Houston
with Rackspace (UK) and Amazon, since I assumed these to be the most
popular and I already had an account at Rackspace. If this is useful, I
could post test accountdetails for these providers on some more private
channel, let me know if there is interest for this.

On the upside, Dutch, German and Spanish translations are included in the
new release :)

Thank you for your consideration,

Jasper van den Bosch

On Sat, Jul 28, 2012 at 2:01 PM, Jasper van den Bosch <jasper at ilogue.com>wrote:

> Dear Andrew,
> Thank you for testing Houston.
> Could you say which branch (Daniel's or mine) and which release you tested?
> Which provider did you use for testing purposes?
> I will fix this asap when I can replicate this bug.
> Thanks,
> Jasper / ilogue
> On Sat, Jul 28, 2012 at 9:33 AM, Andrew Mitchell <ajmitch at ubuntu.com>wrote:
>> On Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 12:16:11PM +0200, Daniel Holbach wrote:
>> > Hello everybody,
>> >
>> > I just reviewed Houston and after a few small changes it looks ready to
>> > go from a policy perspective. The changes I introduced can be found
>> here:
>> >
>> >   lp:~dholbach/ubuntu-app-reviews/houston
>> >
>> > What I need apart from votes would be a little bit of testing. You will
>> > need an instance at some cloud provider to test this.
>> >
>> > Have a great day,
>> >  Daniel
>> Packaging looks fine, but app gets stuck on 'Loading servers' in the
>> status
>> bar after adding an account & hitting refresh, with:
>>   File "/opt/extras.ubuntu.com/houston/houston/Cloud.py", line 21, in
>> getServers
>>     connection = self.driver.connect(account)
>>   File "/opt/extras.ubuntu.com/houston/houston/LibcloudDriver.py", line
>> 20, in connect
>>     connection = Driver(account.username, account.password)
>> TypeError: __init__() takes exactly 2 arguments (3 given)
>> in ~/.xsession-errors
>> So, +0 from me for now, unless there's an updated branch with bugfixes to
>> test.
>> Andrew
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