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cheryl Wheeler - Don't forget the guns

Came up on the google play radio station I was listening to.. How did I  miss this song. Hilarious.
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dear #openstack people.

I just read
http://osdir.com/featured/openstack-cloud-computing


From now on you will stop it with the cutsie naming.

the network bits will be called 'network'
the compute bits will be called 'compute'
the block storage will be called 'blockstore'
the object store will be called 'objectstore'
the authn/z bits will be called 'authenticaton'
the image storage will be called 'imagestore'

If there are other major components you need - they will named precisely based on what they are.
If you rev those pieces in major ways you will just iterate the major version number.

If you cannot cope with these rules someone is going to drop heavy things near your toes.
Author: Mark McClain Date: June 19, 2013, 4:14 pm UTC. All- The OpenStack Networking team is happy to announce that the Quantum project will be changing its name to Neutron. You'll soon see Neutron in lots of places as we work to implement the name change within OpenStack.
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Fun names are fun :)
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6 years ago I had my first official day at red hat.... Hmmm - I wonder if that means I'm due for a laptop upgrade... :)
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Or disable SELinux on the old laptop, and it'll seem as fast as a newer one ;) :-o ... also, you old.
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From Eunice's hat shopping expedition.
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You take such lovely pictures of me. </sarcasm>
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+logan vidal and +Eunice Chang somehow I think this will amuse both of you for different reasons
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Miss Chang enjoying herself at the Russell house tavern
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Looks awesome.
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I have one of these: http://www.conset.org.uk/default.aspx  It's height adjustable via motor, a huge +1 for being able to switch.  Habits form; I spend the morning sat (whilst I drink tea) and then the afternoon (after lunch) I stand.
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For people interesting in system orchestration and configuration management.
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I hadn't seen it until today.
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Bike Friday tandem traveler xl
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There is a connector bar and a set of wheels you have to have to make it into a trailer but otherwise yes
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Pictures of my hubway ride to #ansiblefest from Cambridge.
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This might be worth a new rom
 
Easy privacy, coming soon.

I'm working on a new feature that will hopefully make it's way into CM. It's called "Run in Incognito Mode". It's a simple privacy feature designed to help you keep your personal data under control.

I've added a per-application flag which is exposed via a simple API. This flag can be used by content providers to decide if they should return a full or limited dataset. In the implementation I'm working on, I am using the flag to provide these privacy features in the base system:

 * Return empty lists for contacts, calendar, browser history,and messages.
 * GPS will appear to always be disabled to the running application.
 * When an app is running incognito, a quick panel item is displayed in order to turn it off easily.
 * No fine-grained permissions controls as you saw in CM7. It's a single option available under application details.

The API provides a simple isIncognito() call which will tell you if incognito is enabled for the process (or the calling process). Third party applications can honor the feature using this API, or they can choose to display pictures of cats instead of running normally.

We aren't providing ad-blocking or device info (IMEI) spoofing. This feature is designed explictly to help protect your personal data, and it will remain as such.
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I would love to see it in cm!
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