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Cloud Maintainer

Base project for everything around working with clouds. This project contains only software that is shared among all sub-projects.

Cloud:OpenStack Maintainer

A massively scalable cloud operating system. This project is only a container and includes the following sub-projects:

Cloud:OpenStack:Factory - The current stable version for openSUSE (openSUSE:Factory devel project)
Cloud:OpenStack:Master - Latest packaged upstream version and bleeding-edge development
Cloud:OpenStack:Train - The OpenStack Train release
Cloud:OpenStack:Stein - The OpenStack Stein release
Cloud:OpenStack:Rocky - The OpenStack Rocky release
Cloud:OpenStack:Queens - The OpenStack Queens release - EOL
Cloud:OpenStack:Pike - The OpenStack Pike release
Cloud:OpenStack:Ocata - The OpenStack Ocata release - EOL
Cloud:OpenStack:Newton - The OpenStack Newton release
Cloud:OpenStack:Mitaka - The OpenStack Mitaka release EOL
Cloud:OpenStack:Liberty - The OpenStack Liberty release EOL
Cloud:OpenStack:Kilo - The OpenStack Kilo release - EOL
Cloud:OpenStack:Juno - The OpenStack Juno release - EOL
Cloud:OpenStack:Icehouse - The OpenStack Icehouse release - EOL
Cloud:OpenStack:Havana - The OpenStack Havana release - EOL
Cloud:OpenStack:Grizzly - The OpenStack Grizzly release - EOL
Cloud:OpenStack:Folsom - The OpenStack Folsom release - EOL
Cloud:OpenStack:Essex - The OpenStack Essex release - EOL

There is also Cloud:OpenStack:Upstream:Master (and other subprojects under Cloud:OpenStack:Upstream). These packages are automatically generated from the RPM-packaging project (see https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Rpm-packaging)
Some further links that may be of interest:

OpenStack project: http://www.openstack.org
OpenStack releases: https://releases.openstack.org/
SUSE Cloud product: http://suse.com/cloud
http://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:OpenStack_and_Crowbar_development_process

If you add this repository to your openSUSE installation, make sure it has a higher repository priority in zypper. Otherwise you will end up using the wrong dependencies depending on your openSUSE release.

DON'T SUBMIT HERE DIRECTLY, USE Cloud:OpenStack:Kilo:Staging!

If you add this repository to your openSUSE installation, make sure it has a higher repository priority in zypper. Otherwise you will end up using the wrong dependencies depending on your openSUSE release.

DON'T SUBMIT HERE DIRECTLY, USE Cloud:OpenStack:Liberty:Staging!

Staging projects are for automated package builds of their respective stable release (i.e OpenStack Liberty). New packages come from either:

- The trackupstream Jenkins Job, following the upstream commits in the stable branches
- Packagers, doing security / bug fixes

Each package submission triggers a testsuite run. Once that passed, the package submission should be safe to go to the stable branch. This means that direct package submissions to stable projects are a taboo (i.e. no submissions to Cloud:OpenStack:Liberty)!

See subprojects for containers based on different distros

If you add this repository to your openSUSE installation, make sure it has a higher repository priority in zypper. Otherwise you will end up using the wrong dependencies depending on your openSUSE release.

DON'T SUBMIT HERE DIRECTLY, USE Cloud:OpenStack:Mitaka:Staging!

Staging projects are for automated package builds of their respective stable release (i.e OpenStack Newton). New packages come from either:

- The trackupstream Jenkins Job, following the upstream commits in the stable branches
- Packagers, doing security / bug fixes

Each package submission triggers a testsuite run. Once that passed, the package submission should be safe to go to the stable branch. This means that direct package submissions to stable projects are a taboo (i.e. no submissions to Cloud:OpenStack:Newton)!

If you add this repository to your openSUSE installation, make sure it has a higher repository priority in zypper. Otherwise you will end up using the wrong dependencies depending on your openSUSE release.

DON'T SUBMIT HERE DIRECTLY, USE Cloud:OpenStack:Ocata:Staging!

If you add this repository to your openSUSE installation, make sure it has a higher repository priority in zypper. Otherwise you will end up using the wrong dependencies depending on your openSUSE release.

DON'T SUBMIT HERE DIRECTLY, USE Cloud:OpenStack:Pike:Staging!

Staging projects are for automated package builds of their respective stable release (i.e OpenStack Pike). New packages come from either:

- The trackupstream Jenkins Job, following the upstream commits in the stable branches
- Packagers, doing security / bug fixes

Each package submission triggers a testsuite run. Once that passed, the package submission should be safe to go to the stable branch. This means that direct package submissions to stable projects are a taboo (i.e. no submissions to Cloud:OpenStack:Pike)!

If you add this repository to your openSUSE installation, make sure it has a higher repository priority in zypper. Otherwise you will end up using the wrong dependencies depending on your openSUSE release.

DON'T SUBMIT HERE DIRECTLY, USE Cloud:OpenStack:Queens:Staging!

Staging projects are for automated package builds of their respective stable release (i.e OpenStack Queens). New packages come from either:

- The trackupstream Jenkins Job, following the upstream commits in the stable branches
- Packagers, doing security / bug fixes

Each package submission triggers a testsuite run. Once that passed, the package submission should be safe to go to the stable branch. This means that direct package submissions to stable projects are a taboo (i.e. no submissions to Cloud:OpenStack:Queens)!

Theses packages are from the rpm-packaging OpenStack initiative. For more information about the project, see https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Rpm-packaging

Submit requests to this project will be ignored. Instead, please submit a
gerrit review to https://opendev.org/openstack/rpm-packaging

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