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Welcome to an exceptionally busy month for Gluster!
Thanks to all who attended this year’s Gluster Summit. As you can see, conversations are continuing to happen, with notes from the Birds of a Feather sessions starting to come into the mailing lists. If something sparked your interest, please post about it!
We’ll be posting recordings of the talks as we’re able to, and slides as our speakers send them in.
In the meantime, if you have photos from the event that you’d like to share, please add them to our Flickr group:
Community Survey now open through November 28!
Come give us your feedback on what you’d like to see in Gluster!
Gluster Developer Conversations
We had a lot of interest in lightning talks at Gluster Summit, so we’re starting something new: an hour meeting with five 5 minute lightning talks and time for discussion. Our first is on November 28 at 15:00 UTC, propose your talks on the gluster-users mailing list thread here:
[Gluster-users] Gluster CLI Feedback http://lists.gluster.org/pipermail/gluster-users/2017-October/032657.html
[Gluster-users] FOSDEM Call for Participation: Software Defined Storage devroom
[Gluster-users] gluster-block v0.3 is alive!
[Gluster-users] Gluster Health Report tool
[Gluster-users] Community Meeting: How to make it more active
[Gluster-users] Documentation BoF
[Gluster-users] BoF – Gluster for VM store use case
[Gluster-devel] Enabling core and supporting Gluster services to start by default?
[Gluster-devel] Report ESTALE as ENOENT
[Gluster-devel] Note on github issue updates from gluster-ant
[Gluster-devel] Locating blocker bugs for a release (and what is a blocker anyway)
[Gluster-devel] New coding standard
[Gluster-devel] R.Talur heketi maintainer.
[Gluster-devel] Identifying tests to automate with Glusto
[Gluster-devel] Quarterly Infra Updates
https://devconf.cz/ – CfP closes November 17, 2017
Software Defined Storage devroom at FOSDEM: CfP closes November 26
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