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Re: [atomic-devel] Site Content Refresh

On 11/07/2014 09:08 AM, Matt Micene wrote:
> The quarterly review sounds like a good idea, I've been waiting on
> Kubernetes and other things to make any suggestions about doc structure
> changes.
> The Getting Started guide definitely needs some work, I'd been looking at
> rebuilding it along the lines of Scott's lab.  The question that still
> rattles around in my mind is where's the official image of Project Atomic?
> I know, I've asked, it's answered, but it's not sticking.  Will we still be
> spinning images that land here
> http://rpm-ostree.cloud.fedoraproject.org/project-atomic/images/ at a
> regular pace?  We should definitely reference Jason's BYO approach in
> Getting Started, as well.  Some folks may want the full compose experience.

We don't have an "official image of Project Atomic" per se -- we will
have official images from Fedora, CentOS, and RHEL.

We will be taking the BYO stuff Jason has been working on and
"promoting" it to top-level documentation. The tree-generation stuff is
pretty solid right now - image creation a little trickier.

The official CentOS image is here: http://buildlogs.centos.org/rolling/7/

We should make content / getting started an item for next week's Atomic
SIG meeting or something. I've been working on this with Jason Brooks
and we have a set of Trello cards we've been working off of, but it
might help to have something a little easier to access.

> The outline I put together so far is:
> Getting started
> * Download image / build F21 host
> ** Storage setup
> ** Updating an ostree
> * Set up local Docker repository
> ** Use container for repo
> * Build a new Docker image
> ** Register to local repo
> ** Expose a service via network
> * Configure Kubernetes
> ** Kubernetes walkthrough from Google? (other 'fleetable' apps? libvirt
> example?)
> ** Networking and intercontainer networking changes
> ???
> Profit!
> That would put the Quick Start as the "download 1 of 2 images, launch VM,
> Profit!" model.  There we can link to a slower paced image, say Fedora
> Cloud Atomic .
> Thoughts?
> -Matt
> On Thu, Nov 6, 2014 at 1:17 PM, Colin Walters <walters verbum org> wrote:
>> Thanks for working on this!
>> Three quick comments:
>> - I'd like to call out work on the Docker base images as well.  Maybe in
>> the first paragraph section, talk about how the distribution is split into
>> an atomic, minimal[1] host, and Docker base images are provided which give
>> access to the package repository for building apps.
>> And both have regular security updates, same as the distribution.
>> - Can we unify the quickstart and getting started?  They're very
>> duplicative right now.
>> - Need to update for
>> https://lists.projectatomic.io/projectatomic-archives/atomic-devel/2014-October/msg00016.html

Joe Brockmeier | Principal Cloud & Storage Analyst
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