After 10 months of work, over a thousand contributions by 60 or so contributors, we’ve finally released LXC 1.0!
You may have followed my earlier series of blog post on LXC 1.0, well, everything I described in there is now available in a stable release which we intend to support for a long time.
In the immediate future, I expect most of LXC upstream will focus on dealing with the bug reports and questions which will no doubt follow this release, then we’ll have to discuss what our goals for LXC 1.1 are and setup a longer term roadmap to LXC 2.0.
But right now, I’m just happy to have LXC 1.0 out, get a lot more users to play with new technologies like unprivileged containers and play with our API in the various languages we support.
Thanks to everyone who made this possible!