On 07/11/2012 07:41 AM, Douglas Landgraf wrote:
On 07/10/2012 02:53 AM, Eyal Edri wrote:
> If you feel you want to contribute to the oVirt infra team, please
> send a request to infra(a)ovirt.org with some background
> (team, project, redhat exp,etc...).
hum, could you please provide a detailed example?
The infrastructure team is working on better enabling people outside the
team to join at the moment (see "Trust seed" and mission statement
threads for more detail) - the general plan is to have the configuration
for all of oVirt's infrastructure managed by Puppet, and to liberally
provide access to interested people (like yourself) who have shown an
ability to correctly identify, characterise and propose a fix for infra
One example relative to me (although I have no desire to be on the infra
team at the moment) is my proposal to modify how we sign people up for
new accounts in the wiki - the current method is to have existing wiki
users add new user accounts, but if you don't know anyone in the project
that doesn't really work. My proposal is to have requests for new wiki
accounts added to a moderation queue - I sourced the module and would be
prepared to check it out on a local instance of MediaWiki, and document
any configuration options we need to do to get it enabled. Basically, do
all the ground work for the sysadmin who will install it.
In your case, you helped by pointing out the failing module, and
characterising the problem (missing cherry-py dependency) which made it
easier to fix the problem.
From there, it's a small step to have someone say "look good, please go
ahead and fix that - here's how to connect to (whatever resource)". At
least, I hope so!
> for now, please provide the missing rpms you know are failing
> tests and i'll look into fixing it.
Can you please confirm if cherrypy (and all dependencies) is installed?
(As Dan pointed)
I just checked http://jenkins.ovirt.org/job/vdsm_unit_tests/
looks like the dependency issue was taken care of a day or two ago. Can
you confirm that all is well now?
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