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== CI/Test Environment ==
The CI setup runs on [[https://www.grid5000.fr/|Grid5000]] which provides bare metal servers.
## permalink 2021-05 https://www.debian.org/releases/bullseye/amd64/release-notes/ch-installing.en.html#cloud
Debian Cloud Team
Salsa Project: https://salsa.debian.org/cloud-team
Package Tracker: https://tracker.debian.org/teams/debian-cloud-team/
Image Finder (beta): https://image-finder.debian.net
Interacting with the team
Email contact: <firstname.lastname@example.org> (list info and archives)
Request tracker: cloud.debian.org pseudo-package in the Debian BTS or
Issues in gitlab: https://salsa.debian.org/groups/cloud-team/-/issues
Debian Cloud Delegates
The most recent formal delegation was made by Sam Hartman on 2020-04-01. Since that time, one of the delegates has resigned, and leaving the following team members as official delegates:
- Thomas Lange (lange)
- Ross Vandegrift (rvandegrift)
Task Description & Delegate Criteria are described in the detail in former mentioned DPL email.
SteveMcIntyre runs the regular builds of official Openstack images
Support Debian usage in cloud computing environments.
In particular, the team publishes Debian images and other resources for public, private and hybrid clouds.
Test our images and report your impressions.
Maintain software necessary to create or run cloud images.
Support Debian images on a platform where we are not yet present
The CI setup runs on Grid5000 which provides bare metal servers.