On the website mtg today we discussed moving the redmine wiki content to
the individual github wiki's. Matt mentioned we have the capability to
mass migrate redmine pages to github wiki pages so we're asking each
individual subcommunity which pages they would like to be migrated to
The overall binding content will be moved to a combination of the
conductor wiki and the aeolusproject.org github site wiki. The later
isn't the best fit for the content (though alot of the content should go
in the conductor wiki) but its the best option that we currently see atm.
We threw around the idea of a mediawiki installation but as Matt
mentioned we previously had one (got littered with spam) and none of us
felt the effort of setting one up was worth the cycles atm (can be
revisited in the future). If anyone has any additional suggestions, feel
free to shout out here.
We are looking at mid January as the cutoff date for this migration. We
ask that a representative of each indivual subcommunity (deltacloud,
imagefactory, oz, Tim, Heat, conductor, configure, aeolus-cli, and
audrey) start looking at the redmine wiki and send us a list of the
pages they want migrated. If you could send this to us by mid December
that would be more than appreciated. Alternatively just migrate the wiki
content you would like and just tell us (don't worry, we will find other
things todo ;-) ).
We will keep the redmine wiki around after the end of January in read
only mode for historical / archival purposes. Though at some point in
the far future we most likely will shut it down for good.
I wanted to send an update about the lack of recent activity here.
Sadly, most of the core contributors have recently moved onto other
One of the truly great things about open source, though, is that this
doesn't have to mean that this is where Aeolus ends. Those of us who
have carried the torch thus far are moving on, but the project is still
out there. The code is available, and I don't think that any of us
intend to abandon the mailing list or IRC channels in the near future,
so we'll likely be able to help others wanting to pick up where we left off.
The Deltacloud project has just released a similar announcement -- the
project isn't going away, but some of the regular contributors are
Imagefactory and Oz are expected to continue as they exist today and not
be impacted. Many other projects, however, will likely not see future
releases from the existing set of contributors -- including Conductor,
Audrey, Tim, aeolus-configure or dev-tools, and Winged Monkey.
Hallo Aeolus community.
As a follow up to previous debates on Broker concept, I have put
together some code and put in on github here:
There's some basic configuration management implemented and a very
limited deltacloud driver.
Read the tests to see what can be done at this stage.
Martin Povolny <mpovolny(a)redhat.com>