The projectclearwater.org Web site went live as of 9:00 am UK time this morning. It seems that the news of our impending launch got out a bit earlier than expected, so we know that there are already quite a few people who are keen to know more about Project Clearwater. When you’ve had a chance to look at the site, do please get in touch to give us feedback, ask us questions and tell us what you think.
With the short final sprint prior to letting Clearwater out into the wild now completed, we’re ready to go live. We know there’s a few rough edges here and there, but we think that Clearwater is now ready to play. The team is looking forward to getting some feedback and some questions, so please sign up for the mailing list and share your issues and your successes with Clearwater.
The final sprint before we go live is just 6 working days. We’re doing a little re-factoring of the Sprout and Bono code so the sharing of common functions is a little cleaner, and we’re making sure the high availability aspects of Homer and Homestead work as they should. We’re also doing some work to get Clearwater up and running on an OpenStack-based Cloud environment. The rest of the sprint is