Any Fedora folks that are flying into Columbus on Friday for the Ohio Linux Fest and needs a ride from the airport, don’t hesitate to contact me.
Haven’t written anything on this blog in ages, but decided to dust it off since my brother has recently written a book that readers of Planet Fedora might have an interest in. The book is O’Reilly Media’s “Deploying OpenStack“.
The book is intended to provide an introduction to the OpenStack project (Glance, Swift and Nova) “Cactus” release, an architectural overview of each component and some best practices for their deployment. Here are the chapter listings:
- The OpenStack Project
- Understanding Swift
- Understanding Glance
- Understanding Nova
- Obtaining Nova
- Planning Nova Deployment
- Installing Nova
- Using Nova
- Administering Nova
However, this book is not “OpenStack: The Definitive Guide” or any such tome:
- It is a relatively short 80 pages.
- It is also very heavily weighted towards Nova. That is not to say that Swift or Glance aren’t covered, it is just not to the same level of detail. For example, Swift installation is not covered, while an entire chapter is devoted to Nova’s installation.
- It only documents a single node installation in two controlled ways. It doesn’t cover every hardware variation or deployment scenario.
If you are interested in this book, I would recommend getting the Ebook version. It is cheaper, it comes in almost any format (ePub, Mobi, PDF) and it will be updated. You will see additional content come out for it, as it is written. For anyone that has been following the OpenStack community, you will realize that the code changes quickly.
I’m looking for some folks to test an update for Empathy in F14 to fix a bug where Empathy wasn’t importing Fedora’s CA-Certs. For users of GoogleTalk, this will fix being notified each time you login about an untrusted certificate.
For folks that want to test this, you can run the following to get the update:
su -c ‘yum –enablerepo=updates-testing update empathy’
And after testing, if you would be so kind to leave karma or comments in bodhi it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Any Fedora folks that are flying into Columbus on Friday for the Ohio LinuxFest and needs a ride from the airport, don’t hesitate to contact me.
Name: Brian Pepple
IRC Nick: bpepple
IRC Channels: #fedora-devel, #fedora-admin, #telepathy, #fedora-meeting, #fedora-qa on FreeNode. #fedora-desktop, #gnome-hackers on GimpNet.
Location: Columbus, Ohio.
Voting Period: 07 December 2008 00:00:00 UTC to 20 December 2008 23:59:59 UTC
* Dan Horák (sharkcz)
* Dominik Mierzejewski (rathann)
* Jarod Wilson (jwilson)
* Jon Stanley (jds2001)
* Josh Boyer (jwb)
As defined in the election text, the four (4) candidate(s) with the
greatest number of votes will be elected for a full, 2 release term.
At close of voting there were:
169 valid ballots
Using the Fedora Range Voting method, each candidate could attain a maximum of
845 votes (5*169).
1. Josh Boyer (jwb) 489
2. Dan Horák (sharkcz) 485
3. Jarod Wilson (jwilson) 485
4. Jon Stanley (jds2001) 453
5. Dominik Mierzejewski (rathann) 396
As such, Josh Boyer, Dan Horák, Jarod Wilson and Jon Stanley are elected to FESCo for a 2 release term as of January 7, 2009.
The results of the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee (FESCo)
election are in: Bill Nottingham, Kevin Fenzi, Dennis Gilmore, Brian
Pepple, and David Woodhouse have been elected to full two-release terms,
and Jarod Wilson, Josh Boyer, Jon Stanley and Karsten Hopp have been
elected to a one-release term.
The full GPG-signed information from our election coordinator, Nigel
Jones, including vote totals, is located here:
The first meeting for the new FESCo will be this Thursday at 17:00 UTC
in #fedora-meeting on irc.freenode.org, where they will elect a new
chair, and decide on the time for future FESCo meetings.