Here is the latest Fedora OpenStack status report:
Historical archives are here:
(appended below for convenience)
= Distro News =
== Folsom update for Fedora 18 and EPEL ==
for Nova, Glance, Keystone, Cinder, Quantum and Horizon were released to F18 and EPEL6
in first week of December, and a follow up 2012.2.2 release for Nova a week later.
== Grizzly Milestone 1 for Rawhide and RHEL (derivatives) ==
Grizzly milestone 1 packages were released to rawhide in first week of December,
and also made available for RHEL derivatives at this
Thierry Carrez blogged about
expect from Grizzly-1 milestone]
== The future of OpenStack in EPEL ==
There has been [http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/cloud/2012-November/001976.html
on how to handle OpenStack in EPEL going forward with the plan to detach OpenStack from
and make it available through additional repositories.
= Project News =
== The future of Incubation and Core ==
Mark McLoughlin summarizes the ongoing discussion to define
the future of
Incubation and Core].
== Red Hat Upstream contributions ==
Dan Berrangé] has been
libvirt and libguestfs integration in nova.
Mark McLoughlin] continued
oslo] and OpenStack stable releases.
Nikola Đipanov has been
improving boot from
There is too much to track in detail the OpenStack upstream activity of Red Hat
but here is a link showing the [http://goo.gl/2eQJk
latest Red Hat OpenStack upstream
= Community Engagement =
The SICSR in Pune India, has run an
using Essex on Fedora 17.
Etsuji Nakai prepared slides with detailed diagrams on
How Quantum configures Virtual Networks under the Hood]
Daniel Berrangé documented details of running
OpenStack on Fedora 17 using DevStack]
Martyn Taylor and Steven Hardy have prepared a screencast demoing an
Service for OpenStack]
Derek Higgins [http://goodsquishy.com/2012/12/introducing-openstack-packstack/
packstack], the OpenStack installer
= Related Projects =
Vincent Untz has started working on
support in smokestack/firestack]