[ovirt-devel] [ovirt-users] Get involved in oVirt integration! June edition
rkoch at linuxland.at
Thu Jun 12 15:26:29 UTC 2014
Sadly I don't have time to work on one of these bugs, but I have a
general question on how contributing to oVirt works.  explains in
detail how to push code to gerrit.
As I wanted to start contributing to oVirt I started with the easiest
way by extending the list of operating systems. So I created a bug for
this (1101219), pushed to code to gerrit (referenced to this bug id) and
Jenkins build job was successful. So I did everything mentioned in  -
but what now?
Shall I just wait and see what happens?
Should I post to ovirt-devel that someone will review the code?
Who decides which oVirt version will include this code or if this code
will be included or needs adaptions (I only know that a certain score in
gerrit is required and some developers are allowed to rate a commit)?
I'm aware that my commit isn't fancy at all and there's no need for any
priority, but just want to know what's the right workflow in case I have
more time to work on some bugs...
I guess these questions could be interesting for users (basically for
users who are not familiar with a professional development
setup/workflow including gerrit like me) who want to work on the bugs in
june edition as well...
On 06/12/2014 04:11 PM, Sandro Bonazzola wrote:
> have you got some free time and do you want to get involved in oVirt integration?
> After the success of first edition we're now proposing this again.
> Here are a couple of bugs you can hopefully fix in less that one day or you can just try to reproduce providing info:
> Bug 1091651 - Misleading error message when first host cannot be reached during hosted-engine deployment
> Bug 1080823 - [RFE] make override of iptables configurable when using hosted-engine
> Bug 1065350 - hosted-engine should prompt a question at the user when the host was already a host in the engine
> Bug 1097635 - ovirt-hosted-engine-setup fails with Modules libvirt contains invalid configuration
> Is this the first time you try to contribute to oVirt project?
> You can start from here !
>  http://www.ovirt.org/Develop
>  http://www.ovirt.org/Working_with_oVirt_Gerrit
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