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From: Praveen Kumar <prkumar(a)redhat.com>
Date: Tue, Dec 19, 2017 at 3:33 PM
Subject: [MOM] Meeting with minikube developers
Yesterday we attended minikube community meeting and had the
discussion around some of the pain points. We took some action items
to us to make sure we actively participate in the technical discussion
and understand what coming from their side.
Right now on github we use milestones to group issues for a realese, i feel
we can make use of github projects, where for each release we create a
project, this way we can get better visibility of the issues that we need
to take care of for the new release. The projects UI is also more intuitive
for managing tasks.
I wanted to hear your thoughts on this, and probably if it is beneficial
use it on our repo.
SOFTWARE ENGINEERING INTERN, CDK
RedHat - India
The Minishift team is pleased to announce the release of
Minishift  is a command-line tool that provisions and manages a
single-node OpenShift cluster. You can run Minishift on GNU/Linux,
Microsoft Windows or macOS.
This release adds new features, enhancements, and bug fixes, including:
- Make Minishift cache global shared between all profiles.
Now the cache is shared between profiles i.e. minishift will not download
required artifacts for a new profile if it is already cached for any other
- A generic caching solution for docker images which can be used for
application image caching.
A new caching solution based on OCI (Open Container Initiative) is
added to Minishift which has replaced the older caching solution. The older
caching solution was based on docker save/import and was an experimental
feature. Currently the caching is not enabled by default but we are working
towards it. For details about caching, refer 
For example, to enable caching for OpenShift images, run:
$ minishift config set image-caching true
If you used image caching prior to Minishift 1.10.0, your cache will need
to be recreated. If you want to remove the obsolete pre 1.10.0 images, run:
$ minishift delete --clear-cache
This release also includes many changes and bug fixes, which are
detailed in the release notes . For information about getting
started, using, and developing Minishift, see the documentation .
Please try the new release. The easiest upgrade path is by simply
$ minishift update
We are looking forward to your feedback.
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