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SubjectRe: [RFC] Virtualization steps
Quoting Kirill Korotaev (dev@sw.ru):
> >>so IMHO, we should make a kernel branch (Eric or Sam
> >>are probably willing to maintain that), which we keep
> >>in-sync with mainline (not necessarily git, but at
> >>least snapshot wise), where we put all the patches
> >>we agree on, and each party should then adjust the
> >>existing solution to this kernel, so we get some deep
> >>testing in the process, and everybody can see if it
> >>'works' for him or not ...
> >
> >ACK. A collection of patches that we can all agree
> >on sounds like something worth aiming for.
> >
> >It looks like Kirill last round of patches can form
> >a nucleus for that. So far I have seem plenty of technical
> >objects but no objections to the general direction.
> yup, I will fix everything and will come with a set of patches for IPC,
> so we could select which way is better to do it :)
>
> >So agreement appears possible.
> Nice to hear this!
>
> Eric, we have a GIT repo on openvz.org already:
> http://git.openvz.org
>
> we will create a separate branch also called -acked, where patches
> agreed upon will go.

That's ok by me. If a more neutral name/site were preferred, we could
use the sf.net set we had finally gotten around to setting up -
www.sf.net/projects/lxc (LinuX Containers). Unfortunately that would
likely be just a quilt patch repository.

A wiki + git repository would be ideal.

-serge
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