If you want to help but don't know what to do, here are a few things I would like to see

: iscsi backend, and qcow2 disk storage.

HDMI Audio

WebRTC in Chrome and Firefox occurs to me that doesn't understand using iscsi as a backing disk. my bad.

Since this is the first generation of VM Migration, it doesn't move disk or network.

You'll need to use nfs/iscsi (for the disk), and share the same Layer 2 domain[1] (for the network) for it to keep running.

These will be addressed in future versions.

[1] you can also have the guest announce its IP address with BGP to the host, but that's uncommon.

just got the ability to migrate VMs.

vmctl send myvm | ssh vmctl receive

Was able to boot a VM on my fileserver with AMD-V (SVM) under 's today. W00t! Not sure if the usb disk or what, but very slow.