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Gluster Summit 2017!
Gluster Summit 2017 will be held in Prague, Czech Republic on October 27 and 28th.
More details at:
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
Thanks all who gave feedback! From the notes we got, you’d like to see us do better release testing, you want to continue to see a focus on performance for small files, gluster swift, monitoring. You like how we’re putting our release plans publicly on Github, and we’re planning on continuing that! You’d like to see the ways that a feature gets proposed be streamlined, and we’ll look to that in future releases. We’ll be doing retrospectives for every major release, watch for the next one for 3.12.
Noteworthy threads from the mailing lists:
Vijay Bellur asks – Who’s using OpenStack Cinder & Gluster?
Nithya B asks for Gluster Documentation Feedback
Raghavendra Talur introduces minister
Shyam announces Release 3.12: Scope and calendar!
Krutika Dhananjay outlines performance experiments with io-stats translator
Amar requests [Need Feedback] Monitoring
Nigel proposes Regression Voting Changes
Amar explains a new ‘experimental’ branch created for validating your ideas
Raghavendra Talur starts a conversation on brick multiplexing and memory consumption
Pranith Kumar Karampuri suggests changes to backport information while porting patches
Kotresh Hiremath Ravishankar comments on adding xxhash to gluster code base
Amar posts updates on Maintainers 2.0
Jeff Darcy notes a need for a new coding standard
Gluster Top 5 Contributors in the last 30 days:
Kaleb Keithley, Michael Scherer, Nigel Babu, Prashanth Pai, Nithya Balachandran
Open Source Summit Europe –
Gluster Summit 2017 –https://goo.gl/forms/IUacgG5JjpuMTWe52 – July 31
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