[PKG-Openstack-devel] Debian - Interoperability Tests Update

Thomas Goirand zigo at debian.org
Fri Sep 15 07:21:06 UTC 2017

Hi Danny,

As you may know, my contract with Mirantis ended in late 2016. As a
consequence, I do not have the hardware to run tempest tests anymore.
However, OpenStack Newton, which is in Debian Stretch, was validated
against tempest. These tests were running with all the core projects of
OpenStack. I can unfortunately only tell you about it, and not show you
the actual logs in Jenkins.

Also, Newton is currently the only version we have available in Debian.
We are actively working on packaging Pike, but it is far from being ready.

Debian and OpenStack are very important to me, and I do not want Debian
to loose its "OpenStack powered" stamp. It took too much effort to have
it. What do you suggest then?


Thomas Goirand (zigo)

On 09/14/2017 10:10 PM, Danny Carreno wrote:
> Hello Thomas,
> First and foremost, we would like to thank you for participating in
> the OpenStack Powered Marketplace. We have been incredibly happy with
> the quality and diversity of the products that have been certified under
> this program, and look forward to working with you in building out our
> new updates, vertical programs, and extension programs to the Marketplace. 
> Moving toward the OpenStack Summit Sydney we want to ensure
> that products in the Marketplace are up to date in time for the event.
> As part of our review, we are now asking vendors whose licenses are past
> or nearing expiration to submit updated interop test results, as
> required by the OpenStack Powered license agreement. The sooner you can
> get those results submitted, the better.* In mid-October, we will begin
> begin revoking lapsed licenses and removing the OpenStack Powered logo
> from those products in the Marketplace*. The easiest way to extend your
> license is to submit a new set of test results against one of the two
> most recent guidelines (“2017.01" and “2017.09").
> Information on the current OpenStack Powered Program guidelines can
> be found here: https://www.openstack.org/brand/interop
> As part of our appreciation for your participation in the ecosystem, we
> want to recognize vendors with up-to-date licenses at the Sydney summit,
> with a company logo display slide during the keynotes and in other
> marketing collateral.
> Please reach out of you have any questions or need assistance in getting
> a new set of test results, and we would be glad to help you get those
> ready for review.
> Thank you for your contributions and support to the OpenStack community!
> Regards,
> Danny
> Danny Carreno | Ecosystem Manager | OpenStack Foundation 
> e: danny at openstack.org <mailto:danny at openstack.org> | m: 469.601.8407 |
> s: danny.carreno1

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