[ovirt-users] oVirt China User Group?

Doron Fediuck dfediuck at redhat.com
Thu May 22 06:49:33 EDT 2014

----- Original Message -----
> From: "适兕" <lijiangsheng1 at gmail.com>
> To: users at ovirt.org
> Cc: dfediuck at redhat.com
> Sent: Thursday, May 22, 2014 12:44:39 PM
> Subject: oVirt China User Group?
> Hello,
> I'm writing to the list in reference to helping setting up a user group in
> China.
> As the oVirt community develops rapidly, there is a growing number of users
> from China who have deployed oVirt, even in their production environment.
> However, there is hardly voice/feedback from these users.
> For better spreading oVirt in China, and to help more Chinese users get
> into touch with the whole oVirt community, I am going to help setting up a
> oVirt user group in China.
> Things that the user group might help:
>   0. translating articles, discussions, case studies on the oVirt website
>   1. organizing online(irc, mailing list) and offline discussions about
> oVirt
>   2. volunteering in test week
>   3. bug fixing
>   4. developing features related to localization
> By the way, when translating articles, should we setup a new individual
> website or just do the l10n work on http://www.ovirt.org? If the former,
> should we keep the look and feel the same with the oVirt website?
> --
> 独立之思想,自由之精神。
>                         --陈寅恪

Hi 适兕,
I'm happy to see there's a growing interest in China.
In the past I know there were some technical connectivity issues
using ovirt.org site. If there are no issues then ovirt.org is a good
place for all ovirt related content. There shouldn't be an issue
on having some content translated and wiki pages in Chinese.

We also have a youku account for ovirt which we can upload videos
in Chinese for you (but you will need to provide the video)-

Let us know how you wish to proceed and what kind of asisstance
is needed.


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