|| at Feb 11, 2013 at 3:44 pm
The timelines are not definite for coming out of Beta. The words we use on
the roadmap to describe the April goal are 'production' meaning we would at
that time recommend users of Cloud Foundry to use Team Edition. The
decision as to when to take the Beta label off is not going to be made this
far in advance. We know that is an unsatisfactory answer for many that are
asking. We're trying to be more transparent about our processes and sharing
information and when we can communicate more about this we will do so. If
there are specific reasons that you are asking that you can share, then we
may be more able to share additional information that might help you.
On Sunday, February 10, 2013 9:01:43 PM UTC-8, Egle wrote:
Thanks, I was indeed not asking about the aesthetics :). Do you have
any definite time lines for going out of beta? I guess the answer is no,
but I can ask, right? :D
On Sunday, February 10, 2013 10:16:26 PM UTC-6, Matt Reider wrote:
It will look pretty, but the aesthetics aren't very important. What's
important is that there will be interfaces for managing organizations,
applications, users, roles, and such.
And yes, CF.com will be out of beta - either in conjunction with its
shiny new interface, or shortly thereafter.
Sent from my iPhone
On Feb 10, 2013, at 2:10 PM, Egle wrote:
Thank you for sharing this. I have a question about enterprise offering-
can you share more what that is going to look like? Also, does it mean that
cloudfoundry.com is not going to be in beta anymore?
On Thursday, February 7, 2013 3:10:41 PM UTC-6, mre...@rbcon.com wrote:
We published our roadmap on our 'beta' documentation site.http://cloudfoundry.github.com/docs/roadmap.html
This is a milestone for two reasons. It is the first time (to this PM's
knowledge) we have committed to sharing a public roadmap in the form of a
living / breathing document. It also gives our entire team a signal that
they can openly discuss and embrace change with our community without
worrying about speaking out of turn. We want to encourage communication,
work in the sunlight, and blur the distinction between people paid to work
on Cloud Foundry, people paid to implement it, and people who are involved
Bring on the questions and thanks so much.