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A great Gluster Developer Summit this month, thanks to all who participated.
Find all of our recorded talks with slides at:
Changes to the Community Meeting
We’re trying out something new for a few weeks, we’ve removed our updates from the Community Meeting and made it an open floor instead.
Have something on your mind?
https://www.gluster.org/community/ has details to join the Community Meeting if you’ve never come by. We’d love to have you!
Our annual users survey will come out in November, we’ll give it until mid-December for responses and post the results. What else would you want to see on the user survey?
From the mailing lists:
Lindsay Mathieson asks about healing delays: http://www.gluster.org/pipermail/gluster-users/2016-October/028561.html
Pranith Kumar Karampuri asks what application workloads are too slow for you on gluster?
Hari Gowtham provides new commands for supporting add/remove brick and rebalance on tiered volume
Jeff Darcy posts on Memory-management ideas
New style community meetings – No more status updates from Kaushal M
Notes from Gluster Developer Summit from Amye Scavarda
Move of the formicary server to the new space Michael Scherer
Top Five: Niels de Vos, Pranith Kumar K, Kaushal M, Aravinda VK, Atin Mukherjee
Calls for Papers:
FOSDEM: https://fosdem.org/2017/news/2016-07-20-call-for-participation/ –
February 4-5, 2017 – Rotating deadlines, November 8th for Storage DevRoom
DevConf – http://www.devconf.cz/ – Jan 27-29 — November 11th 2016
Vault: http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/vault/program/cfp – December 17th
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