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Correct, the next step is to create a JIRA issue and attach the code there.

In the future, if you create new modules, it would be great if you could 
follow the steps outlined here:


That allows the community to be more involved in the development of additional 

For the EC2 one to ever be included in a release, a plan of supporting it 
needs to be developed.  Would you be willing to support it (keep it current 
with changes in the code and answer questions related to it on the vcl-dev and 
vcl-user lists)?  If not, you'd need to find a current committer that would be 
willing to take it over and support it.

If you cannot support if for some reason and no other committers can either, 
we may consider including it in future releases (as long as it works) as an 
unsupported module that people can try to use on their own.


On Friday 18 June 2010 1:31:13 pm yu267155...@hotmail.com wrote:
> Hi VCL team and Justin,
> I am Xianqing, and NC state unviersity student. I just finish the project
> which porting the VCL to EC2. What I am doing is added the new provisioning
> module ec2.pm and modify 5 lines of vcl code in image.pm. The new module
> will use the EC2 api to manage virutal machine. You can use VCL interface
> to make the reservation, update the image, and create the new image.
> Welcome to ask any questions about that?
> Hi VCL team,
> I would like to contribute the new module to the VCL incubator in next few
> days. I submitted ICLA, so the next step to contribute my code is post it
> on the JIRA, right? Is there anythings else I have to do?
> Thanks,
> Xianqing
> --------------------------------------------------
> From: <aaron_pee...@ncsu.edu>
> Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 04:50 PM
> To: <vcl-dev@incubator.apache.org>
> Subject: Re: Short question - VCL backend
> > Hello Justin,
> > 
> > Welcome.
> > 
> > For the most part the vcl api is currently setup for the backend calls,
> > or a third party app to request a VCL resource, manage users, etc, so
> > it's currently supporting incoming api calls.
> > 
> > There might be a better way but my first thought is that a new perl
> > provisioning module could be created to make the api calls to EC2 or some
> > other cloud/cluster to accomplish this.
> > 
> > In addition to adding a provisioning module, the vcl database would need
> > to have placeholders for EC2/Eucalyptus computer resources, so it would
> > know what/how many compute nodes are available, etc.
> > 
> > Aaron
> > 
> >> Hello VCL dev team,
> >> 
> >> My name is Justin, and I am currently researching VCL for academic
> >> purposes
> >> and attempting to set up a potential testing environment based on the
> >> tutorial
> >> here<https://cwiki.apache.org/VCL/configuring-a-standalone-vmware-vcl-en
> >> vironment.html>.
> >> 
> >> I was wondering, is it possible to set up a different back end, such as
> >> Eucalyptus or EC2 using the current web interface? (I noticed one of the
> >> features is "API support for making requests and provisioning
> >> resources", so
> >> maybe the Amazon API can be used?)
> >> 
> >>  Also, I am installing this on Ubuntu 9.10 and apparently I have to
> >> 
> >> rebuild
> >> the Linux kernel to install VMware... does this seem correct?
> >> 
> >> - Justin
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