Mark,
Please start a discussion thread on the vcl-dev list regarding IPv6
support.  Others may be interested in participating, the current
status, problems encountered, etc.

Thanks,
Andy


On Tue, May 22, 2012 at 11:21 AM, Josh Thompson <josh_thomp...@ncsu.edu> wrote:
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> NOTE - I changed "access methods" to "connect methods" in this thread since we
> ended up naming it connect methods previously.
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> Mark,
>
> We can just add IPv6 in whatever release is next after you finish it.  For
> NAPT, I was thinking to include that as part of "Improve additional connect
> methods" for 2.4.  Other parts to that specific topic would be delivering
> download config files for things other than just RDP if other connect methods
> could use them and a place in the frontend for managing (adding, removing,
> setting defaults for OSes, etc) the connect methods.
>
> Josh
>
> On Tuesday, May 22, 2012 11:02:03 AM Mark Gardner wrote:
>> Aaron,
>>
>> At some point I would like to put IPv6 and NAPT on the list but I am
>> still working on the code. (I would prefer to follow in the footsteps
>> of the others and have something working to back it up so maybe we
>> don't want to put it on the schedule yet.)
>>
>> Mark
>>
>> On Tue, May 22, 2012 at 9:50 AM, Aaron Peeler <fapee...@ncsu.edu> wrote:
>> > Looks good to me.
>> >
>> > Anyone else? This is a community decision :)
>> >
>> > Aaron
>> >
>> > On Tue, May 22, 2012 at 9:30 AM, Josh Thompson <josh_thomp...@ncsu.edu>
> wrote:
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>> >> That ends up making the list of feature for 2.4 pretty long.  How about
>> >> splitting them up into two releases as follows:
>> >>
>> >> VCL 2.3 (this release)
>> >>  * Service deployments
>> >>  * Allow for additional connect methods for environments (port, other
>> >>    protocols, etc)
>> >>  * Added framework support for libvirt and specifically for KVM
>> >>  * Added support for OS X under ESX
>> >>  * Added support for VMware VCenter
>> >>  * Added multilingualization to frontend
>> >>
>> >> VCL 2.4
>> >>  * Power management
>> >>  * Improve additional connect methods
>> >>  * Support for Spice remote display protocol
>> >>  * Scripted installation
>> >>  * Support for ESX OS for end users
>> >>  * Initial support for EC2 API and OpenStack
>> >>  * Initial support for Libcloud
>> >>
>> >> VCL 2.5
>> >>  * Improve cluster reservations
>> >>  * Service deployment configuration management
>> >>
>> >> VCL 2.6
>> >>  * develop tools for managing both system and user storage
>> >>
>> >> The list for 2.4 is a little long, but several of the items have a
>> >> significant amount of the work already completed (largely by newer
>> >> people in the community - - yay!).
>> >>
>> >> Josh
>> >>
>> >> On Monday, May 21, 2012 4:02:11 PM Aaron Peeler wrote:
>> >>> Looks good.
>> >>>
>> >>> I would also like to see added to 2.4:
>> >>> * support for ESX OS for end users - the work that Dmitri has done
>> >>> * initial support for EC2 api, openstack,  this could likely include
>> >>> the code that Cameron and Young have are working on
>> >>> * initial support for libcloud
>> >>>
>> >>> Aaron
>> >>>
>> >>> On Mon, May 21, 2012 at 3:53 PM, Josh Thompson <josh_thomp...@ncsu.edu>
>> >>
>> >> wrote:
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>> >>> > Previously, I had stated that I'd like to get a release candidate cut
>> >>> > by
>> >>> > Wednesday of last week.  We've been doing lots of testing and finding
>> >>> > small
>> >>> > bugs here and there that have kept me from cutting the RC.  As soon as
>> >>> > we
>> >>> > stop finding bugs, I should be able to cut the RC.
>> >>> >
>> >>> > In each release, we include a road map of where we want to go with the
>> >>> > next
>> >>> > few releases.  The following is a starting point of what to include.
>> >>> >  Please let me know if there are any notable features that I left off
>> >>> > of
>> >>> > 2.3.  Also, let me know what you think of the future features.
>> >>> >
>> >>> > VCL 2.3 (this release)
>> >>> >  * Service deployments
>> >>> >  * Allow for additional access methods for environments (port, other
>> >>> >    protocols, etc)
>> >>> >  * Added framework support for libvirt and specifically for KVM
>> >>> >  * Added support for OS X under ESX
>> >>> >  * Added support for VMware VCenter
>> >>> >  * Added multilingualization to frontend
>> >>> >
>> >>> > VCL 2.4
>> >>> >  * Power management
>> >>> >  * Improve cluster reservations
>> >>> >  * Service deployment configuration management
>> >>> >  * Support for Spice remote display protocol
>> >>> >  * Scripted installation
>> >>> >
>> >>> > VCL 2.5
>> >>> >  * develop tools for managing both system and user storage
>> >>> >
>> >>> > Josh
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