given that the release date is potentially in three working days, is there someone knowledgeable who can add detail to this page?
I'm guessing with the go/no-go meeting coming up on Monday, there may be increased interest in the release management process.
As decided in the last oVirt sync meeting, we will have a go/no meeting
about our first release in the upcoming Monday (30.01.12), 15:00 UTC.
I'm inviting you all to join this important meeting in the official
#ovirt irc channel.
oVirt Release Manager
I've created marketing and marketing/collateral categories on the
ovirt.org wiki, and started a page listing the slide decks that we have
for the project so far: http://www.ovirt.org/wiki/OVirt_Slide_Decks.
At the top of the page I've linked to a new, generic ovirt deck,
assembled out of the other decks, meant to be used for project
Karsten Wade used a version of this generic deck for his recent talk at
SCALE: http://www.ovirt.org/wiki/User:Quaid/SCALE_10x_presentation. His
version spreads the text out over multiple slides to combat the dense
"wall of text" effect on some of these.
To a similar end, I'm working on thinning out some of these slides, as
well as adding screenshots from the current version of the code, and
making some of the diagrams less Red Hat-centric.
If you have other feedback on this deck, or suggestions/requests for
other pieces of collateral the project could benefit from, please let me
know, and/or add to the wiki under the relevant categories.
The tagline on ovirt.org is long and unclear:
"Complete and Comprehensive Open Source Infrastructure and Management
Virtualization Platform for the Data Center".
"Complete and Comprehensive" is almost a tautology. "Infrastructure and
Management Virtualization Platform" does not make sense, I'm not sure
what a "Management Virtualization Platform" is.
Something shorter would communicate what ovirt.org is about better.
This tagline is used in the <h2> and <title> (shortened). It's
important because this is how visitors learn what oVirt is and whether
to read more. How about shortening it to, "Complete Open Source
Virtualization Platform for the Data Center"?
Thanks to mburns on #ovirt for directing me to infra(a)ovirt.org and