#1286 Add docs for Virtualization SIG
Closed: Fixed 5 months ago by arrfab. Opened 5 months ago by spotlesstofu.

Please publish this docs repo on sigs.centos.org:

https://gitlab.com/CentOS/virt/docs.git


@sbonazzo : you can do +1 (as Virt SIG Chair) if that's the official virt SIG doc and so if we can add it to sigs.centos.org ?

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- Issue priority set to: Waiting on External (was: Needs Review)

5 months ago

@arrfab I would prefer having https://gitlab.com/tdx-devel/virt-sig-docs.git moved under https://gitlab.com/CentOS as the tdx-devel organization is just one of the members of the Virtualizaion SIG.
The move will allow other members of the SIG to extended the SIG documentation.
@spotlesstofu can you work with @arrfab getting the virt-sig-docs repo moved under CentOS organization?

But yes, I'm fine getting this content published as Virtualization SIG documentation as right now we are completely missing it on https://sigs.centos.org/ and content of the wiki at https://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup(2f)Virtualization.html is kind of obsolete now.

@sbonazzo : what about then initial request being just a Virt group under https://gitlab.com/CentOS (like some other SIGs asked) and then under that you can create a docs project ? That would mean being used for all the Virt SIG (and not targeting a specific sub-project like tdx-devel ?)
Let me know when I can quickly create it and then assign ownership to the sig-virt FAS group for this.
Then we can add it to SIG guides with proper url

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- Issue assigned to arrfab

5 months ago

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- Issue tagged with: centos-common-infra, doc, high-gain, low-gain, namespace-request

5 months ago

@arrfab I just pushed the docs to the new URL https://gitlab.com/CentOS/virt/docs.git
now you can proceed to publish them

Thank you Fabian and Sandro for the quick iteration!

@arrfab do we need to add LICENSE in the repo or the SIGs documentation are already considered under the same license of the CentOS website? I see automotive licensed it under MIT: https://gitlab.com/CentOS/automotive/sig-docs

@arrfab do we need to add LICENSE in the repo or the SIGs documentation are already considered under the same license of the CentOS website? I see automotive licensed it under MIT: https://gitlab.com/CentOS/automotive/sig-docs

Having a LICENSE is always a good idea :) ... for example all our ansible roles have the MIT license attached to them. Select your LICENSE and push it to you project if/when possible ;-)

Ok, I guess CC-BY-SA 4.0 as for the rest of the CentOS documentation would work (https://www.centos.org/legal/licensing-policy/)
@spotlesstofu is that ok for you?

CC-BY-SA 4.0 should be fine for docs, yes ..
FWIW, I just pushed to git the needed config for Virt SIG doc and ansible applied it : https://sigs.centos.org/virt/
So from now on, when you'll push commits to https://gitlab.com/CentOS/virt/docs.git doc site will be rendered in the next minute[s] and visible under https://sigs.centos.org/virt/
Closing ticket as implemented

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- Issue close_status updated to: Fixed
- Issue status updated to: Closed (was: Open)

5 months ago

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