[openstack-dev] What's Up Doc? Oct 2 2013
anne at openstack.org
Wed Oct 2 15:35:11 UTC 2013
I'm excited to be going to the Grace Hopper Conference tomorrow, where I'll
be with over 4500 other women in computing. I've never seen anything like
it and I can't wait. Iccha Sethi and I are running an OpenStack workshop
for Open Source day Saturday in Minneapolis. Wish us luck! I've spun up 20
Rackspace Cloud Servers and I've got some DevStack .ova files as backup.
See all the plans in store at https://etherpad.openstack.org/ghc-os.
On to docland!
1. In review and merged this past week:
Over 85 patches merged in the last week and a half so I won't go through
them all. Some highlights include:
- Update auto-documented configuration items (1500 options in all of
- Removing the API Programming Guide for inaccuracies, working on a
blueprint for an all-in-one API Guide. 
- Document cinder quotas
- Merged Neutron docs with other all-OpenStack docs
2. High priority doc work:
The install guide is the highest priority right now. Shaun is working on
drafts in his Github repo at  and will patch to openstack-manuals this
week, today (hump day!) or tomorrow.
3. Doc work going on that I know of:
Diane and I tested HTML and PDF output for all the books, using the 1.10.0
plugin, and made some patches when we found fixes were needed in the XML
Otherwise we should all focus on doc bugs:
https://bugs.launchpad.net/openstack-manuals/+milestone/havana -- 92
confirmed, 129 released
https://bugs.launchpad.net/openstack-api-site/+milestone/havana -- 48
confirmed, 20 fix released
4. New incoming doc requests:
Release the havana docs October 17th!
5. Doc tools updates:
The bug reporting link is available in 1.11.0 and we will finalize on that
in all the pom.xml files for the havana release. See the release notes for
the highlights. 
We had a request this week to build HTML and PDF to docs-draft, I'd love to
see someone pick up the work started at
https://review.openstack.org/#/c/22768/ and make it happen.
6. Other doc news:
David Cramer and I are scheduling a meeting with OxygenXML to discuss the
donated licenses they give us. The last batch of six month licenses expires
this month so this is a high priority. We found at the boot camp that while
many people don't need Oxygen, it's nice to have the editor for certain
types of authoring such as WADL creation and maintenance.
We had a discussion about licensing for the documentation on the
openstack-docs mailing list that might interest someone. I'd like a
volunteer to work with a legal rep to find out advice for moving forward on
licensing, please let me know if you're interested.
If you're looking for a Gerrit search that lets you see all the reviews
going in all the doc repos, paste this into the search box on
status:open (project:openstack/openstack-manuals OR
project:openstack/api-site OR project:openstack/object-api OR
project:openstack/image-api OR project:openstack/identity-api OR
project:openstack/compute-api OR project:openstack/volume-api OR
project:openstack/netconn-api OR project:openstack/operations-guide)
Hat tip to Sean Dague for writing this up in his blog. 
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