We are very near beta, I promise! In the mean time, we just cut a new codebase with a bunch of cool new toys. Here's a few. Thanks to Adam Lowe, we are getting even deeper into OpenStack with more Keystone support than ever. Setup your code to pull org.jclouds.labs/openstack-keystone, and you can do stuff like this.
The jclouds team have been working very hard lately, particularly on a few new apis. We've decided to cage them no longer and cut jclouds 1.5.0-alpha.1. Most notably, we've added the openstack-nova api, and three new providers, all of which discovered via OpenStack Keystone v2.0.
2 weeks ago, I started a bit of a rant on EC2's 32bit-only vms.
The 1.3 release of jclouds includes results of 3-months effort by our contributors. A total of 57 Issues were addressed between jclouds 1.2.0 and the current revision of jclouds 1.3 (1.3.1).
For those of you in Stockholm, or coming in for Jfokus, don't miss out on a few nearby events.