oVirt is a community project, and we welcome contributions from everyone! If you’d like to write code, report bugs, contribute designs, or enhance the documentation, we would love your help!
There are a few ways to engage with the oVirt Community:
Before getting started, please read our community etiquette guidelines.
If you’d like to contribute code to oVirt, visit the Developer section of the site for guidelines. All of our projects use git. Most are hosted at https://gerrit.ovirt.org/, and the rest are hosted at https://github.com/oVirt.
oVirt’s user interface and documentation are available in multiple languages for users around the globe. Examples include Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and more. To contribute translations, sign up for Zanata and access our project.
oVirt needs concise, user-friendly, up-to-date installation and usage documentation. To contribute, visit the documentation repository and the documentation issues tracker. You can also report any documentation issues you find by clicking “Report an issue with this page” at the bottom of the documentation.
Report Bugs and New Feature Requests (RFEs)
Reporting bugs is one of the most valuable ways you can contribute! Ideas for new features are also very welcome. Report bugs and RFEs using the following issue trackers:
- Bugzilla - bugs and RFEs in oVirt Engine and oVirt Node
- VM Portal GitHub - bugs and RFEs in VM Portal
- oVirt Documentation GitHub - Documentation issues
- Security issues follow a special reporting procedure.
Participate in the oVirt infrastructure
Our project infrastructure can always benefit from extra people, hardware and network bandwidth. First of all, consider becoming a public mirror of oVirt repositories. You can also become an infra team member or donate hardware to the project to improve our capacity and redundancy.
Supporters, Sponsors, and Providers
oVirt has a broad community of supporters, sponsors, and providers.
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Community projects related to oVirt
oVirt community shares scripts, tools, add-ons and plugins that didn’t reach enough interest or stability to get included into the oVirt project. You can find some of them listed here: