I'm wondering if there's a code-name or useful descriptor for the technology changes introduced in 0.8. Since I'll need to deploy a separate set of servers/consumers while we transition our running apps to use the new library for producing, I am looking for a descriptive name to call the servers.
I don't expect we'll have to do a migration like this with every release, so calling it something like 'kafkaserver-v08' doesn't quite work. Is there some sort of moniker that will still be applicable if we upgrade to 0.9 and so on?
Subject: Re: code name for technology changes in 0.8?
We don't have an official code-name. You may want to try sth like kafka-ng (next generation).
Jun On Wed, May 1, 2013 at 8:36 PM, Jason Rosenberg <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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