Thanks very much for the response. I am currently trying to develop a
proposal for this project but I have not yet been able to successfully
setup oVirt. I just realized I could not install the oVirt-engine an
Ubuntu 14, so I am currently trying to download and install Fedora 23,
where I intend to setup the oVirt-engine. I would then use another
machine with Ubuntu for the host.
Please with respect to this project I would like to know if I am also
required compile and install the source code for oVirt-engine or do I
only need to build and install ovirt4cli.
On 17 March 2017 at 20:26, Yaniv Kaul <ykaul(a)redhat.com> wrote:
I'm very happy to hear that and wish you good luck with the project.
I think it'd be best if you can begin with familiarizing yourself with
If you have few computers around, it should be fairly easy to set it up. If
you have a single computer, you can set up Lago and ovirt-system-test
to bring up an environment as well.
The (very basic) code for ovirt4cli is available on my github - I have
just created a very basic framework as a proof of concept - feel free to
fork and modify it. Specifically, I think we should re-work it to share more
code with our Ansible code.
Let me know if there's anything I can help you with in the project!
On Fri, Mar 17, 2017 at 9:06 AM, Konrad Djimeli <djkonro35(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> My name is Konrad Djimeli a third year Computer Science Student at the
> University of Buea, Cameroon. I am interested in contributing to oVirt
> and I would like to work on the Google Summer of Code project
> "ovirt4cli". I am very comfortable working with Python and I have
> experience working with web services like REST.
> Please I would appreciate any suggestion on how to get started and to
> better familiarize myself with the project.