Todd Lipcon 2013-06-25, 04:44
Konstantin Shvachko 2013-06-25, 00:24
Unfortunately I will have to leave early on Thursday, so will miss the
slotted time at the design lounge.
But, I'll be at the summit all day Wed and on Thurs morning, so if anyone
wants to catch up regarding QJM, HA, or performance, feel free to hunt me
down and grab me. I hesitate to put my cell # on the mailing list, but many
of you have it, so feel free to send a text, or tweet at me if you want to
On Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 2:48 PM, Suresh Srinivas <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
> FYI HDFS committers and developers... This will be participant-driven
> unconference style session.
> So no formal presentations are planned. Some of the things that we could
> discuss are:
> - New features recently added to HDFS such as HA, Snapshots, NFS etc.
> - Other features that we as a community could focus on - such as
> heterogeneous storage/support SSDs, improvements for more realtime
> applications in HDFS.
> If you have other topic in mind, please do bring them up.
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> From: Eric Baldeschwieler <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Date: Sun, Jun 23, 2013 at 9:32 PM
> Subject: DesignLounge @ HadoopSummit
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> Hi Folks,
> I've integrated the feedback I've gotten on the design lounge. A couple of
> 1) The space will be open both days of the formal summit. Apache
> Committers / contributors are invited to stop by any time and use the space
> to meet / network any time during the show.
> 2) Below I've listed the times that various project members have suggested
> they will be present to talk with others contributors about their project.
> If we get a big showing for any of these slots we'll encourage folks to do
> the unconference thing: Select a set of topics they want to talk about and
> break up into groups to do so.
> 3) This is an experiment. Our goal is to make the summit as useful as
> possible to the folks who build the Apache projects in the Apache Hadoop
> stack. Please let me know how it works for you and ideas for making this
> even more effective.
> Committed times so far, with topic champion (Note - I've adjusted suggested
> times to fit with the program a bit more smoothly):
> 11-1 - Hive - Ashutosh - The stinger initiative and other Hive activities
> 2 - 4 - Security breakout - Kevin Minder - HSSO, Knox, Rhino
> 3 - 4 - Frameworks to run services like HBase on Yarn - Weave, Hoya … -
> Devaraj Das
> 4 - 5 - Accumulo - Billie Rinaldi
> 11-1 - Finishing Yarn - Arun Murthy - Near term improvements needed
> 2 - 4 - HDFS - Suresh & Sanjay
> 4 - 5 - Getting involved in Apache - Billie Rinaldi
> See you all soon!
> PS Please forward to other Apache -dev lists and CC me. Thanks!
> On Jun 11, 2013, at 10:42 AM, Eric Baldeschwieler <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > Hi Folks,
> > We thought we'd try something new at Hadoop Summit this year to build
> upon two pieces of feedback I've heard a lot this year:
> > • Apache project developers would like to take advantage of the
> Hadoop summit to meet with their peers to on work on specific technical
> details of their projects
> > • That they want to do this during the summit, not before it starts
> or at night. I've been told BoFs and other such traditional formats have
> not historically worked for them, because they end up being about educating
> users about their projects, not actually working with their peers on how to
> make their projects better.
> > So we are creating a space in the summit - marked in the event guide as
> DesignLounge - concurrent with the presentation tracks where Apache Project
> contributors can meet with their peers to plan the future of their project
> or work through various technical issues near and dear to their hearts.
Software Engineer, Cloudera