[Openstack] Trove is skipped in Newton

Lana Brindley openstack at lanabrindley.com
Wed Mar 8 00:55:49 UTC 2017


>> So, if you as a major contributor of Trove and you don't want to write
>> documentations, why don't you opensource the book? (Openstack Trove)
>> and make life easer for operators ?
> [Amrith Kumar] Apart from being factually incorrect, your comment is quite funny. All of the documentation for Trove was contributed by members of the Trove community, many from Tesora but also HP, Rackspace, EBay, IBM, RedHat, SUSE, Cisco, Mirantis, and a lot of other independent contributors, may of who are also from deployers of Trove. This includes the documentation now available on how to build guest images. Making the book open source or free on the internet won't make life easier. Like the suggestions and ideas I gave you on IRC, they are just recommendations. The book is, for all intents and purposes, free for anyone who asks nicely.

There's also installation documentation on docs.openstack.org: https://docs.openstack.org/project-install-guide/database/ocata/

This content is owned and maintained by the OpenStack Trove team (and lives in the Trove repo). The docs team publish it as part of the OpenStack Install Guide. Anyone can propose a patch against the guide if they find errors.


Lana Brindley
Technical Writer
Rackspace Cloud Builders Australia

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