MontanaLinux.org has an interview with Kir Kolyshkin
, project manager for OpenVZ, a Linux virtualization project.
ML: Are there any areas in the OpenVZ project that you wish you had a bunch of volunteers to work on?
Kir: We have already seen some good contributions here and there, but there's always room for more! I would really like people to work more on tools, especially template tools and OpenVZ control libraries (a.k.a. vzctl-lib). A lot of people already contribute OpenVZ templates, and I'd like that to continue with not only OS templates, but also some kind of virtual appliances (i.e. a pre-installed set of applications for a specific purpose, like running a mail server).
I wish we could have some help with the mainstream integration -- if anyone would like to join the fun, start with subscribing to containers-at-linux-foundation-dot-org.
(thanks to Warren Sanders).
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