The next Botvinnik release candidate, RC3, is now ready for download. Either use the site’s download workflow or pick what you want from the list of available images. Report issues in this thread and link to the GitHub issue URL.
If you’ve been participating in our sprint reports, you’ve no doubt found them to be an excellent way to stay apprised of feature progress in ManageIQ. I’m happy to announce that our community activities are now part of the 3-week sprints and included in the sprint reports.
We’ve turned on one more web app to round out the manageiq.org experience: the Planet ManageIQ blog aggregator. For now, we syndicate the following blogs:
We’re pleased to announce that, effective now, the first Botvinnik release candidate is now available. Among the improvements in this release:
As we get ever closer to the Botvinnik release, we turn our eyes to the next release cycle. In keeping with our nomenclature of using chess grandmasters and world champions as release names, we have a couple of candidates for the next cycle. Read about Viswanathan Anand and Mikhail Botvinnik to see whom we chose for the “A” and “B” releases, respectively.
Every three weeks, we discuss our sprint reports, and you can participate in this process, as well as take a look at our handiwork with a compiled image from this sprint.
I sat down with Chris Hample and Chris Kacerguis from Booz Allen Hamilton to discuss their newest release of the Jellyfish Cloud Broker, which is at version 2 as of this writing.