In the beginning there was nothing, which exploded. Same as this Last week in ManageIQ post. My name is Robin, from the UI team. If you are reading this, I hope you are very enthusiastic and have very poor English grammar skill.
We’ve just built Euwe-2.1. This release resolves the issue in Euwe-2, where dropdowns and trees don’t work in the UI. If you already have Euwe-2 installed, you can follow the steps here for the manual fix.
On behalf of the ManageIQ team, we’re pleased to announce the Beta release for ManageIQ Fine!
Another week is behind us, a new one is here and it brings along the next weekly update. I’m Roman from ManageIQ UI team, and I’ll walk you through what happened in the last week in ManageIQ.
Vote for the G-Release!!! Here is the Poll on talk.manageiq.org
Welcome to Sprint 57 recap. In this sprint we merged a total of 565 pull request combined, almost 10% more than last sprint’s 518, and well ahead of what we used to achieve with 3-week sprints in 2016! The 180 PRs in the main repo is distributed in thirds between enhancements, bugs, and everything else. We are also growing in number of repos, from 103 repos 5 sprints ago, to 108 now. The new repos introduced this sprint are amazon_ssa_support and manageiq-ui-scaffold. More info on them will come as they get populated.
Hi, I am Satyajit from the ManageIQ Quality Engineering team. I will be your guide in this quick recap of what happened in the PyCon Pune-2017 Python Conference.
Greetings from FOSSASIA 2017 in Singapore! It’s exciting to see the growth of the open source movement in Asia and I hope to share more about ManageIQ with everyone I meet here. However, since I’m bustling about at this activity-filled event, I’ll have to make this post shorter than usual.