Mostly you just need to reach out to us. When you are ready, you can add me
(@geemus) as an administrator on your repo and then I can pull it in to the
org. We also ask that you would add a couple of the core folks to the gem
authors, so that we could push emergency releases if it ever came to it.
Beyond that we can advise and provide support as needed.
Does that all make sense? Any other questions or things I can support?
On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 10:25 AM, Piotr Kliczewski <
> Hi all,
> Currently we are working on new provider  for kubevirt . I wonder
> what criteria do we need to meet to become part of fog organization?
> The are 2 commits  that we would like to make PRs to corresponding
> repos to enable the provider (still WIP).
>  https://github.com/pkliczewski/fog-kubevirt
>  http://www.kubevirt.io/
>  https://github.com/masayag/fog/commit/b1ca7425d1a14fe4b25a15649eca1c
>  https://github.com/masayag/fog-core/commit/
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