> Le 29 nov. 2023 à 19:23, Sandro Bonazzola <sbona...@redhat.com> a écrit :
> Il giorno mer 29 nov 2023 alle ore 18:19 Fabrice Bacchella 
> <fabrice.bacche...@orange.fr <mailto:fabrice.bacche...@orange.fr>> ha scritto:
>> August 2024 is very close if we are talking about a migration.
>> oVirt is very nice and powerfull, but if there isn’t enough maintainers it 
>> is doomed.
> I would recommend reading 
> https://blogs.ovirt.org/2022/02/future-of-ovirt-february-2022/ and 
> https://lists.ovirt.org/archives/list/users@ovirt.org/thread/HEKKBM6MZEKBEAXTJT45N5BZT72VI67T/
> For what it's worth, I started rolling out an oVirt 4.5.5 release with all 
> the changes introduced in 2023 (and already available if you're using nightly 
> repositories as suggested, so no big news other than perhaps making life 
> easier to first time users).

That’s a very good news.
> If there's enough interest within oVirt users community, there are ways to 
> keep the project alive even with Red Hat phasing out (hiring developers 
> directly or sponsoring through a foundation ; dedicating time and resources 
> internally ; hiring consultants for fixing specific issues and so on).

I hope someone will do that. I’m sorry that I have no time or ressource to help.

> The alternative as you suggested is to migrate to some other virtualization 
> system and let the project gracefully die.

That would be a very sad news, but we needs to keep that possibility in mind.

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