Get Involved!

oVirt is a community-driven virtualization project, and people just like you are making it happen! You don’t have to be a programmer. The project will greatly benefit from inputs by documentation, bug reporting, UX and design specialists.

Before getting started, we recommend that you:

Develop the Code

Are you a wiz with Java, Python, or Bash? We’d love to have you join us! For in-depth information on the projects and procedures, visit the Develop pages.

Translate, 翻译, תרגום

Want to help make oVirt's user interface and documentation available in multiple languages for users around the globe? Examples include Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and more. To help out, sign up to the devel mailing list.

Case Studies

Read our featured case studies and find out how a wide variety of organizations around the world are successfully deploying and benefiting from oVirt.

Design

Love design or UX? From concept through to implementation, help us to deliver a seamless experience for oVirt users. To join us, sign up to the devel mailing list.

Meet Our Infrastructure Team

The Infrastructure team are volunteers and professionals managing the servers, building tools, and creating new applications to make oVIrt development a smoother process. We're located all over the globe and communicate primarily by the #ovirt channel on irc.OFTC.net and on the infra@ovirt.org mailing list.

Write Documentation

Good at technical communication? oVirt needs concise, reader-friendly, up-to-date installation and usage documentation. To help out, log in to our source repository.

Find and File Bugs

Help us to shake bugs out of oVirt, creating a better user experience for all. You can easily report oVirt bugs on Red Hat bugzilla. If you don't have a Bugzilla account yet, find out how to get one.

Meet Our Users and Supporters

oVirt is made up of a broad community of supporters, sponsors, and users. Find out more about our valued community.

Get Social with oVirt

Keep track of the latest happenings in the oVirt community, such as new releases, and post your thoughts and links on virtualization-related topics. Follow us on:

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Community Governance & Structure

oVirt is an open source project that is openly governed. Learn how projects can be added, and who is on the board.