I agree that better documentation is almost always needed. The problem is in finding the time to really make this happen. If you or anyone else here wants to help out with this effort please feel free to file JIRAs and submit patches to improve the documentation. Even if all the patch is, is a copy/paste of information from the 1.0.2 documentation that is still relevant for 2.0.
On 5/4/12 2:21 PM, "Jagat" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
As Apache Hadoop community is ready to release the next 2.0 alpha version
of Hadoop , i would like to bring attention towards need to make better
documentation of the tutorials and examples for the same.
Just one short example
See the Single Node Setup tutorials for v
you can say 0.23 author is in hurry with keeping all things in
assumption that reader knows everything what and where to do.
We should spend some time on documentation , with so many beautiful
features coming it would be great if you guys plan some special hackathon
meetings to improve its documentation , code examples so that people can
understand how to use them effectively.
At present only two people can understand 0.23 , those who wrote the code
and the other one is java compiler who is verifying its code :)
*Tom White , *I request if you are reading this message , please pick-up
your pen again to write Hadoop Definitive Guide edition 4th dedicated to
next release for greater benefit of community.