Fedora 19 Released Today. Includes OpenLMI

Fedora 19 (Schrödinger’s Cat) was released today. Probably the most significant change from a system management point of view was the inclusion of OpenLMI as a replacement for many of the system-config-* utilities. OpenLMI is intended to be a common infrastructure for the management of Linux systems. Capabilities include configuration, management and monitoring of hardware, operating systems, and system services. It includes a set of services that can be accessed both locally and remotely, multiple language bindings, standard APIs, and standard scripting interfaces. I am not sure what actual real world problem OpenLMI is trying to resolve but, just like