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Gluster Workshop at LinuxCon Japan 2013

Gluster
May 15, 2013

Heading to LinuxCon Japan 2013? If you’ll be attending the conference or will be in Tokyo on May 31st, we’d like to welcome you at the Gluster Community Workshop.

We’ll have a full day of talks on all things Gluster, including:

John Mark Walker, our stalwart Gluster Community Guy, will kick off the workshop with an overview of the Gluster project and exploration of the community roadmap.

Registration is open for both LinuxCon Japan and the Gluster workshop. The workshop is free of charge to attendees.

If you’re unable to join us in Tokyo, videos of the sessions will be posted by the Linux Foundation on the event website. We’ll make sure to post a notice on the blog when the videos are available.

And, if you’d like to get information from the workshop real time, you can get updates on Twitter from @glusterorg or on Google Plus.

We hope to see you at the Chinzanso Hotel & Conference Center on May 31st!

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