[ubuntu-cloud] [Openstack] Ubuntu Openstack activity update
matt.joyce at cloudscaling.com
Thu Nov 22 21:47:37 UTC 2012
If we have changes we'd like to submit for review to the cloud archive
packages. What is the correct method for doing so?
On Thu, Nov 22, 2012 at 8:19 AM, James Page <james.page at ubuntu.com> wrote:
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> Hi All
> As Grizzly is about to release its first milestone, the Ubuntu Server
> Team thought it was a good opportunity to give an update on Ubuntu
> Server activities around Openstack.
> 1) Folsom Cloud Archive
> Aside from a few stable release updates which are working through the
> system, the Folsom Cloud Archive for Ubuntu 12.04 is available and
> ready for use.
> Please report any bugs that you find in packages from the Cloud
> Archive here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/cloud-archive/+filebug
> In terms of communication around the Cloud Archive, general
> annoucements about milestone and release avaliability will be made on
> ubuntu-cloud-anounce at lists.ubuntu.com:
> We have also set-up a new ML which will be higher volume, per upload
> notifications as new and updated packages land in the Cloud Archive:
> For details on how to enable and use the Cloud Archive on Ubuntu 12.04
> see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ServerTeam/CloudArchive.
> 2) Grizzly Trunk PPA
> As we did for Folsom, a PPA is being maintained for Grizzly on Ubuntu
> 12.04 and Ubuntu Raring with the latest changes for each of the core
> Openstack components.
> This PPA should also contain any required dependencies to support
> Grizzly on Ubuntu 12.04 - see
> for full details and current build status.
> Please report bugs against Ubuntu for any issues that you find during
> development in packages from the Grizzly PPA.
> Note that these packages are not supported in the same way as the
> Cloud Archive; so please don't use them post release of Grizzly in
> your production deployments!
> 3) Packaging branches
> Packaging branches are maintained by the Openstack Ubuntu Testing team
> in the following branch URI format:
> For example:
> If you have a packaging change that you would like to contribute,
> Launchpad merge proposals should be made against these branches.
> Note that the grizzly branch for any given component feeds both the
> main development release of Ubuntu and the Cloud Archive for Ubuntu 12.04.
> Please target 'UNRELEASED' in the change-log entry (rather than
> 'raring' or 'quantal' for example) unless you are the Ubuntu Server
> Dev responsible for the next upload to the Ubuntu or Cloud archive.
> These branches feed the automated build and deployment testing of
> Openstack on Ubuntu; see
> for results.
> 4) Testing Changes
> The Ubuntu Server team continues to focus on the quality of Openstack
> on Ubuntu; as part of this we undertake significant CI testing of
> Openstack on bare metal.
> We are pleased to announce that the following components are currently
> being added to the Openstack CI reference architecture that we test in
> the lab:
> We are also adding Ceph as an option, with support for Glance, Cinder
> and Nova.
> As a result there may be periods of time when limited automated
> deployment and testing activity is undertaken whilst manual testing of
> these changes is under-way in the lab.
> Please refer to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ServerTeam/OpenStack for more
> details on branches, PPA's and testing activities.
> - --
> James Page
> Ubuntu Server Team, Technical Lead
> james.page at ubuntu.com
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