[PKG-Openstack-devel] Debian - Interoperability Tests Update
danny at openstack.org
Thu Sep 21 18:35:03 UTC 2017
We’ve updated Debian’s test results to 2017.01 OpenStack Powered Platform. Chris and team are aware of Debian’s upstream efforts and up to date code. On a separate note, will you continue to service as Debian’s contact?
> On Sep 15, 2017, at 1:05 PM, Danny Carreno <danny at openstack.org> wrote:
> Hi zigo,
> Thanks for your quick response!
> Chris (cc’d), Interop Engineer with the Foundation will be able to assist and provide suggestions.
> Have a great weekend : )
>> On Sep 15, 2017, at 2:21 AM, Thomas Goirand <zigo at debian.org <mailto:zigo at debian.org>> wrote:
>> 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 <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!
>>> Danny Carreno | Ecosystem Manager | OpenStack Foundation
>>> e: danny at openstack.org <mailto:danny at openstack.org> <mailto:danny at openstack.org <mailto:danny at openstack.org>> | m: 469.601.8407 |
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