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From Andrew Phillips <notificati...@github.com>
Subject Re: [jclouds-site] Release Notes for jclouds 1.8.0 (#114)
Date Mon, 04 Aug 2014 20:44:56 GMT
> +* TODO: something about SoftLayer?
> +* TODO: what's new in OpenStack?
> +* TODO: what's new in Rackspace?
> +* TODO: announce the version of Guava (16, right)?
> +* TODO: other providers
> +* This is the last version of jclouds to support Java 6. The next major version will
be based on Java 7. If you are still using jclouds on Java 6, please plan accordingly.
> +
> +## <a id="api"></a>API Changes
> +
> +* Class/Inferface/Method Foo.importantMethod() has been removed. Use Foo.importantMethodAndClose()
instead.
> +* The `resumeNodesMatching`, `suspendNodesMatching` and `rebootNodesMatching` of the
`ComputeService` now return the affected nodes.
> +* TODO
> +
> +## <a id="issues"></a>Known Issues
> +
> +* Starting with 1.8.0, the HP Cloud Object Storage provider requires the `region` attribute
to be specified explicitly. This attribute is now used to select the appropriate endpoint.
If the region is not explicitly set, an arbitrary endpoint will be selected, which may differ
from the endpoint chosen when using previous versions of jclouds. See the [provider guide](/guides/hpcloud/)
for an example of how to specify the region.

@andrewgaul @rcoedo What do we want to say about Google Cloud Storage? Don't use? Use, but
beware that it only supports A, B and C?

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