CONTRIBUTE TO OVH Foundation Research Institute
OVH Foundation Research Institute extends its invitation every one whether Male or Female, Computer Geeks with glasses, University Students & Professors or Outstanding Member involved in their Community from every where around the globe to contribute

If you are interested on changing the world through research and want to get involved, Please use this section to find out how.

Support, Bug Trace & Training

OVH Training This is support via method of reviewing incoming bug tickets, analysing and prioritizing them as well as over-seeing the whole process until completion.

One of OVH Foundation's most demanding field is training for example, after a software has been tested and completed. The targeted group of users who are going to utilize the under lying software functionalities usually require training once now and then.

Graphic Design

OVH Graphics and Photographer Graphic Design is a big part of our culture and who we personally are as people, this is demostrated in each and every project we deploy.

Graphics, Images & Video help us visually tell our much clearer and this can be achieved through Design and Photography.

Coding & Software Development

Sign Up Contributor's LA
SIGNING the Contributor License Agreement:

By signing the CLA, you are enabling us to understand that the OVH Foundation Research Institute and its users have a clear legal right to use the code and thus there is no confusion on the licensing agreement.

If you are currently employed and are an employee of a particular company, you also need to ensure that the particular company allows contributions to Free & Open Source projects. NB: You will be required to submit the legal documents that states your company realy does allow these contributions as proof.
STEPS on how to go about coding on a project:
1. Presentation: present a problem that needs a solution, written in a manner that helps our team understand better what the problem, bug, amendmant or system will accomplish:

i.e. How to setup a local Area Network between two Ubuntu servers?

  1. Connect both servers S1 and S2 on the second network slots respectively. Note that you can use the 1st slots but usually these would be occupied by the Service Provider's network that provides you or your server with internet access.
  2. On server [S1], type "ifconfig eth1" and
  3. On server [S2], type "ifconfig eth1"
  4. While still on server [S2], type "ping" to see if you can see server [S1] successfully.

2. Detailing Solutions: then explain what is going on with each step thoroughly on your solution.

3. Code Preview & Quality Controls: your proposed solution will be previewed by OVH Foundation's software develepment team. NB: Please also respond to their reviews accordingly.

4. Celebration: you can now freely go drink beer or two with your buddies.
For all your projects submissions, OVH Foundation Research Institute has a basic commit & uploads management web-based system that you as contributor will use to upload your projects and our team will also use to review the progress.

Each time projects commits get submitted into this system, all parties involved in that particular project will automatically be notified via email that someone has uploaded their project.

Systems, API's & Website Documentation

Use these categories to specify exactly where in the website you want to contribute:

  1. Design
  2. HTML
  3. CSS
  4. JavaScript
  5. PHP

NB: The above have to be accompanied by the name of the project you are willing to contribute upon.

Choose amongst the projects os API's below you would like writting documentation for:

  1. OVH Server Basement
  2. Farm Case Management System
  3. OVH Health Management System
  4. OVH System Tray
  5. Validation Matrix

Language Translators,We need people who can transalte from English into the following languages:

  1. French
  2. Portuguese
  3. Japanese
  4. Thai
  5. Russian
  6. Italian
  7. Chinese

For OVH Foundation Research Institute to effectively reach out to the global village, all products and services need to be locolized to conform with different countries cultural and language preferences i.e. a piece of Software or API needs to be deployed and documented in different languages.