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Where is Openstack release plan ? [closed]

asked 2013-08-08 01:31:48 -0500

Sudheesh gravatar image

updated 2013-08-08 10:51:39 -0500

Where can I see Openstack keystone and nova release plans

I want to know

1) Major enhancements thats goping to get in

2) Major changes and removals from previous version

Is there anyway I can get it

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answered 2013-08-08 10:55:36 -0500

OpenStack development is split into development cycles (Grizzly, Havana...). You can see the roadmap for the current development cycle (including Nova and Keystone plans) at:

Features are implemented as a set of blueprints. Blueprints with higher priority are more likely to be finished in a given release cycle.

For major changes, removals and upgrade notes between versions, we publish Release Notes around release time that detail the major changes compared to the previous release. You can find for example the release notes for the 2013.1 (Grizzly) release at:

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I have a question regarding the release plan (Grizzly). I could see following points Policies: a centralized repository for arbitrary policy engine rule sets (Identity API v3 only). Token values no longer appear in URLs (Identity API v3 only). RBAC: policy.json controls are enforced for all Identity API v3 calls. QUESTIONS : 1) Whats the difference b/w RBAC policies in policy.json and the arbitrary policies thats newly going to get introducued in identity V3 API? Can you tell me the right platform to raise this question? 2) How to contribute to Openstack- I have written an extension which I think will be useful -commonly?

Sudheesh gravatar imageSudheesh ( 2013-08-08 22:20:23 -0500 )edit

You should probably post those as new, separate questions, so that others can find the answers that will be posted there by searching.

ttx gravatar imagettx ( 2013-08-09 02:48:22 -0500 )edit

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