Re: UI Design: Grouping Virtual Machines

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Sorry! Ignore this email. 
I just saw this has been discussed and decided against. 


On Thu, 2020-07-02 at 14:20 +0100, Peter Maynard wrote:
> Hello, 
> I was wondering what peoples thoughts are on grouping virtual machines into collapsing/expanding
> categories.
> Use Case:
> > I have a home lab with a few (15) VMs. Some are running my network services, other are for
> > media.
> > I would like to group some VMs into specific grouping, which could then be folded up (hidden).
> > When I open up virt-manager it is with a specific context in mind, e.g. networking issue, this
> > feature would make it quicker easier to identify my desired VM. 
> I've read the design documentation and feel this is a borderline change "virt-manager does not aim
> to support management of many hosts with many VMs." This is why I'm asking here before I start
> work
> on it. 
> Kindest regards, 
> Pete

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