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virt: Adjust wording (#160)

* virt: Adjust wording

This change is adjusting the wording in order to make the plugin discoverable
and alignt he language.

Signed-off-by: Fabian Deutsch <fabiand@fedoraproject.org>

* virt: Follow suggestion

Signed-off-by: Fabian Deutsch <fabiand@fedoraproject.org>
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fabiand authored and k8s-ci-robot committed Jun 11, 2019
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@@ -35,11 +35,11 @@ spec:
- from: "/virtctl/virtctl-v0.17.2-darwin-amd64"
to: "virtctl"
bin: "virtctl"
shortDescription: controls virtual machine related operations.
shortDescription: Control KubeVirt virtual machines using virtctl
homepage: https://kubevirt.io
caveats: |
virt plugin is a wrapper for virtctl originating from the kubevirt.io project. In order to use virtctl you will
need to have kubevirt installed on your kubernetes cluster to use it. See https://kubevirt.io/ for details
virt plugin is a wrapper for virtctl originating from the KubeVirt project. In order to use virtctl you will
need to have KubeVirt installed on your Kubernetes cluster to use it. See https://kubevirt.io/ for details
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@@ -53,9 +53,9 @@ spec:
for a usage example
description: |
virt plugin is a wrapper for virtctl originating from the kubevirt project. KubeVirt is a virtualization add-on to
Kubernetes, i.e. it enables to run existing virtual machines on kubernetes clusters. virtctl controls virtual
machine related operations on your kubernetes cluster.
virt plugin is a wrapper for virtctl originating from the KubeVirt project. KubeVirt is a virtualization add-on to
Kubernetes, i.e. it enables to run existing virtual machines on Kubernetes clusters. virtctl controls virtual
machine related operations on your kubernetes cluster like connecting to the serial and VNC consoles.
Kubevirt documentation:
Overview:

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