It’s taken a while, but the move is complete. The source code for Eucalyptus 3.1 Beta is open and publicly available in Github. It’s actually been there for a while now, but we’ve done enough housekeeping and we’re ready to open the doors.
Build instructions can be found in the INSTALL file, but they are still in flux; comments and patches are welcome. Don’t hesitate to join us on #eucalyptus on freenode or on our community mailing list if you have questions.
Packages for the beta will be available for various distros in the coming days. Special props go to Debian Partner company Credativ for their impressive work on the Google Web Toolkit libraries.
We’re also working on our new bug tracker; we’re in private beta to work through various auth and workflow kinks. If you’re interested, ask for access on IRC or the mailing list, and we will set you up. After this beta period is concluded, we will open the new bugtracker to anyone and everyone — but we’re happy to give early access to anyone who asks.
This is another critical step in our evolution as an open source company. But we’re not done yet. Stay tuned.