Last week a bunch of us met up in Karlsruhe in Germany to work on virtual machines support in Cockpit. We had some specialists there who helped us get up to speed with VMs. Tons of pull requests opened, designs put together. Some of the changes are already merged and released in Cockpit 144.
Marek helped all of us understand how Redux stores and models data. The oVirt folks are using Redux a lot in front end code and want to be able to share code. Marius managed to reconcile Redux with our dialog and promise code.
Creating virtual machines is hard. There’s a surprising amount of strange little details and corner cases. Andreas, Garrett, Pavel, Dominik and Michal were involved in long discussions about how to make this work. And Dominik opened a pull request.
Marius added functionality to Delete virtual machines from the Cockpit UI.
And there were more pull requests and discussions, but I’m running out of space.