Sorry I'm getting to this thread a little late. Our priorities for 2.4
would be NAT and OpenStack support.

Everett Toews | Senior Developer
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On Wed, May 23, 2012 at 3:30 PM, Shoji Kajita <kaj...@nagoya-u.jp> wrote:

> Hi Josh,
>
> I found that php requires gettext for multilingualization (or usually,
> internationalization or i18n). Is it possible to check gettext support
> by using testsetup.php?
>
> Shoji
>
> At Mon, 21 May 2012 15:53:40 -0400,
> Josh Thompson 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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> > Josh Thompson
> > VCL Developer
> > North Carolina State University
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