Ubuntu Server Guide - weak areas and missing pieces

Hugo Serrano hugo.serrano at javali.pt
Fri Nov 18 16:13:24 UTC 2011

On 18-11-2011 15:59, Scott Kitterman wrote:
> On 11/18/2011 10:49 AM, Peter Matulis wrote:
>> On 11-11-18 10:38 AM, Scott Kitterman wrote:
>>> On 11/18/2011 10:19 AM, Peter Matulis wrote:
>>>> Secondly, and I vaguely remember a discussion about this on a mailing
>>>> list, I'm not sure we should be including Eucalyptus docs in the Guide
>>>> anymore as Openstack is quickly becoming the dominant force for the
>>>> cloud on Ubuntu.  People can obviously continue to use the older release
>>>> Server Guides.  Comments?
>>> The thing that I think is important is to document the upgrade path for
>>> 10.04 ->  12.04 UEC users from an Ubuntu specific UEC configuration to an
>>> upstream (consult the upstream docs) Eucalyptus configuration.  That may
>>> be as simple as explaining UEC is dead so just know when you upgrade
>>> it'll work but it's no longer called UEC or something more complex.
>> I don't feel the Guide is the place to document upgrade paths&  issues.
>>   Isn't that something that is traditionally reserved for Release Notes?
>>   Also, is it natural for us to expect people to read the new Guide
>> before upgrading?  Just my thoughts.
> I think this is a bit of a special case since the product in question
> went away in the mean time.  If they do look ahead in the server guide
> then having it just vanish as a topic doesn't seem right.
> There should be something in the release notes too.
> Scott K
I agree with Peter, but also agree with Scott. Probably a note with all 
the software that it won't be supported any more.

I suggest some guide to nginx. It seems that it's starting to showing up!

Maybe it's not the right place, because it's more a service of the 
Desktop Version, but the LTSP should be somewhere around too.

Best Regards!

Hugo Serrano.

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