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Re: [libvirt] fork of php-libvirt

On 02/07/2011 12:24 PM, Justin Clift wrote:
On 07/02/2011, at 10:13 PM, Michal Novotny wrote:
I have no objections against this but I'm not in the libvirt team and I'd like to contribute to this one at least in my spare time. Also, I'm CCing Radek too since he was/is working on the project as well so he deserves to know this and have a word there as well. However we've been writing several e-mail with Radek using the private e-mail about PHP libvirt project and I guess he'd be glad for anybody managing the php-libvirt project since he was participating in the project only because of need to add some features that were not supported there yet.

I also switched the project to use autotools like I'm having on my github account (the patch has been sent to Radek but I don't know whether it's merged to his tree already but I know it was not at the time I created my github account) and it was working fine for me so I'm responsible for this and if anybody have issues with autotools stuff there and new features I have implemented (can be checked using commit log there on my github but please note that I accidentally wrote some parts as root so commits from root are my commits as well) feel free to contact me using this e-mail (preferable way although I'm daily checking my personal e-mail as well so you can pick one you need).
Ahhh, no worries.  It sounds like you're taking on the "primary maintainer" role for php-libvirt. :)

That being the case, would it be useful to move Radek's php-libvirt web page:


... to the libvirt.org site or something?

Regards and best wishes,

Justin Clift
Well then, I'd be glad to do so in either spare time or even if I could do it with Xen (I'm in the platform BU and libvirt is in the cloud so it could be hard to work on both - I've been asking about this some time ago since I was interested in working on both libvirt and Xen and therefore to spend my time on both divided 70% on Xen and 30% on libvirt or something like that) it would be nice :)

Nevertheless we should wait for Radek's reply as well since he's hosting this on cybersales.cz site now. I guess hosting this on libvirt.org as one "subproject" of libvirt makes a pretty good sense.


Michal Novotny<minovotn redhat com>, RHCE
Virtualization Team (xen userspace), Red Hat

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