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Special thanks to all of our contributors working to get Gluster 4.0 out into the wild.
Over the coming weeks, we’ll be posting on the blog about some of the new improvements coming out in Gluster 4.0, so watch for that!
Glustered: A Gluster Community Gathering is happening on March 8, in connection with Incontro DevOps 2018. More details here: http://www.incontrodevops.it/events/glustered-2018/
Event planning for next year:
As part of the Community Working Group issue queue, we’re asking for recommendations of events that Gluster should be focusing on. https://github.com/gluster/community/issues/7 has more details, we’re planning from March 2018 through March 2019 and we’d like your input! Where should Gluster be at?
Want swag for your meetup? https://www.gluster.org/events/ has a contact form for us to let us know about your Gluster meetup! We’d love to hear about Gluster presentations coming up, conference talks and gatherings. Let us know!
Top Contributing Companies: Red Hat, Gluster, Inc., Facebook, Gentoo Linux, Samsung
Top Contributors in February: N Balachandran, Poornima G, Amar Tumballi, Atin Mukherjee, Vitalii Koriakov
[Gluster-users] [FOSDEM’18] Optimizing Software Defined Storage for the Age of Flash
[Gluster-users] Heketi v6.0.0 available for download
[Gluster-users] Glustered 2018 schedule
[Gluster-devel] New web proxy for our web application
[Gluster-devel] Announcing Softserve- serve yourself a VM
LinuxCon China – March 4, 2018
Open Source Summit North America – Sunday, April 29, 2018
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