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Release 3.11 has been branched and tagged! More details on the mailing list.
Our weekly community meeting has changed: we’ll be meeting every other week instead of weekly, moving the time to 15:00 UTC, and our agenda is at: https://bit.ly/gluster-community-meetings
We hope this means that more people can join us. Kaushal outlines the changes on the mailing list: http://lists.gluster.org/pipermail/gluster-devel/2017-January/051918.html
New meetup! We’re delighted to welcome the first Seattle Storage meetup, run by our very own Joe Julian.
Coming to Red Hat Summit?
Come find us at the Gluster Community Booth in our Community Central area!
Red Hat Summit:
Container-Native Storage for Modern Applications with OpenShift and Red Hat Gluster Storage
Architecting and Performance-Tuning Efficient Gluster Storage Pools
Announcing release 3.11 : Scope, schedule and feature tracking
Usability Initiative for Gluster: Documentation
How do you oVirt? Here the answers!
Revisiting Quota functionality in GlusterFS
Back porting guidelines: Change-ID consistency across branches
GlusterFS+NFS-Ganesha longevity cluster
GFID2 – Proposal to add extra byte to existing GFID
[Gluster-Maintainers] Maintainers 2.0 Proposal
Proposal for an extended READDIRPLUS operation via gfAPI
Gluster Top 5 Contributors in the last 30 days:
Krutika Dhananjay, Michael Scherer, Kaleb S. Keithley, Nigel Babu, Xavier Hernandez
Open Source Summit North America – http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/open-source-summit-north-america/program/cfp – May 6
Open Source Summit Europe –
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The Gluster community is pleased to announce the release of 7.0, our latest release. This is a major release that includes a range of code improvements and stability fixes along with a few features as noted below. A selection of the key features and bugs addressed are documented in this...
Progress cannot be made without change. As technologists, we recognize this every day. Most of the time, these changes are iterative: progresssive additions of features to projects like Gluster. Sometimes those changes are small, and sometimes not. And that’s, of course, just talking about our project. But one of the...