oVirt.org Access Needed

Karsten Wade kwade at redhat.com
Thu Jan 23 22:54:03 UTC 2014

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On 01/23/2014 01:08 PM, Brian Proffitt wrote:
> As you requested, the guidelines sent to me by Rich were:

This sounds like it's a git repo of rendered data.

Bitergia is a service running MetricsGrimoire for us. It should just
be a quick data pull every day.

MetricsGrimoire is aiui 100% open source from Bitergia. Any custom
coding that Red Hat has done for various projects is being contributed
back to the FLOSS codebase. Since it's a service, they may be running
non-FLOSS code for other clients. All the code for oVirt is 100% FLOSS.

It looks to me like it's not an unpackaged codebase installing on our
system, just a cronjob to update a directory of HTML files. Let's
definitely investigate further to make sure. I've been a bit busy and
haven't engaged with Bitergia yet to more fully understand how the
deployments work.

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