If you are a new jclouds developer, or even if you are already developing jclouds support for any of the OpenStack or Rackspace APIs, you have likely seen the domain classes that are used throughout the the jclouds codebase. These classes are used to represent OpenStack resources, particularly the JSON structures supported by OpenStack APIs.04 August 2014, by Andrew Phillips
There's a lot going on this week for the jclouds community. Most importantly, we're really pleased to introduce two new committers: Andrea Turli and Chris Custine.30 July 2014, by Everett Toews
At OSCON 2014 I was fortunate enough to be selected to give an Ignite talk on the topic of documentation contribution. Below is a video from that Ignite. If you'd like to learn more about it, please read Walk n' Doc.25 June 2014, by Everett Toews
A common complaint about many open source projects is documentation. Insufficient, incorrect, non-existent, hard to find, and difficult to update are things we typically all hear. There are a lot of different ways to tackle these problems. There's no silver bullet but one of my favourite tactics is lowering the barriers for absolutely anyone to walk up and contribute documentation.23 April 2014, by Everett Toews
The Google Summer of Code (GSoC) accepted projects have been announced and we will have 3 students working on jclouds related projects!