Since you describe yourself as a 'Linux Admin' I was wondering if you will
be interested in joining the oVirt infra team.
The oVirt infra team deals with maintaining the infrastructure that is used
by the oVirt community to work and collaborate on the oVrit project.
The infrastructure mainly consists of oVirts Jenkins-based CI and build
system as well as other services such as the source code repositories, the
package repositories, the wiki and the mailing lists.
Participation in the infra team does require some amount of dedication and
perseverance, as infra issues are not as easy to abandon as code patches
You can find more (slightly outdated) information about the infra team
Please don't hesitate to contact the infra mailing list if you want to join
up, we will be very happy to have you on board.
On 30 October 2015 at 11:55, Somansh Arora <technokrate17(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am a Linux Admin from India aged 24, working for a reputed company
> handling their Linux, AIX and HPUX server from last 2 years. I would like
> to give some of my time now contributing to some of the open projects. I
> liked ovirt.
> Please let me know if i could be of any help in any ways around. Help from
> anyone in your team responding to me is appreciated.
> Thanks & Regards
> Somansh Arora
> +91- 9582671964
> Users mailing list
Infra team is in the last phase of migrating our resources.ovirt.org to a
new and shiny
vm on phx DC.
the last thing left are some puppet updates to manage the vm properly.
Anton is leading that effort, please spend some time to review the patches
so we can move the server finally off linode (removing another service from
the old server).
Supervisor, RHEV CI
EMEA ENG Virtualization R&D
Red Hat Israel
irc: eedri (on #tlv #rhev-dev #rhev-integ)