At Linaro we moved from packaged OpenStack to virtualenv tarballs. Then we packaged those. But as it took us lot of maintenance time we switched to Docker container images for OpenStack and whatever it needs to run. And then we
Years ago I bought Polish translation of “Under the radar” book about how Red Hat was started. Was a good read and went to bookshelf. Years passed. In meantime I got hired by Red Hat. To work on Red Hat
People write blogs. People read blogs. But sometimes it is hard to find blogs of all those interesting people. That’s where so called “planets” are solution. Years ago there was “Planet Linaro” website filled with blog posts from Linaro developers.
Let me introduce new awesome project: YADIBP. It is cool, foss, awesome, the one and only and invented here instead of there. And it does exactly what it has to do and in a way it has to be done.
I am working on getting OpenStack running on AArch64 architecture, right? So recently I went from “just” building images to also using them to deploy working “cloud” setup. And that resulted in new sets of patches, updates to patches, discussions… OpenStack
Time goes and it is that time of year where Linaro Enterprise Group is working on a new release. And as usual jokes about lack of thermite starts… Someone may ask “Why?”. Reason is simple: X-Gene 1 processor. I think that