Thanks to Todd ([EMAIL PROTECTED]), I talked today with Bruno Mahe
([EMAIL PROTECTED]) about how to
help on the BitTop project.
I will a unique response how I can help for it:
- First, I'm a proud user and big fan of Fedora and RHEL, so this is my
first interest in to help on the RPM packaging of the projects, and to
test them on the new releases of Fedora (now I'm using Fedora 16 64
bits, but in a near future, I will update my system to
Fedora 17 (Rawhide))
- Second: Bruno said to me that he and his team are working on some
puppet recipes to deploy the entire cluster easily and quickly.
I'm a big fan of Puppet too (In my daily work like Sysadmin, I use it in
every configuration task of several nodes), and this is very interesting
to me too.
I'm a Git lover, so, I will clone the project for the Apache git, and I
will see the best and quick way to help to you.
Thanks a lot for your time
On 03/12/2012 09:25 PM, Roman Shaposhnik wrote:
> Hi Jukka!
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> Subject: Bigtop status (Was: [Incubator Wiki] Update of "March2012" by
>> Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2012 12:54:01 +0100
>> From: Jukka Zitting<[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>> Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>> Thanks for the report, Bigtop!
>> On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 6:39 AM, Apache Wiki<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>> + Primary issues blocking graduation:
>>> + * Need for increased diversity and additional committers.
>> This was also the blocking issue you reported in December. To give a
>> better picture of your current status and progress towards graduation,
>> it would be great if you could also mention how large and diverse your
>> current set of active committers is. I notice you have quite a bit of
>> commit and list activity, so AFAICT the issue is mostly about
>> community diversity.
> Indeed. That's the #1 thing that we need as a project.
>> Have you seen progress on this front since the last report? If not, do
>> you have ideas on how to grow and diversify the community going
>> forward? Would help from ComDev or the rest of the Incubator be
> We have some modest progress since the last report and I've included
> things that we've done to grow our community and diversify it in the
> March report. My personal biggest bet is on the classes that I'm running
> in my spare time (together with Doug Chang) on Saturdays for those
> who are interested in Hadoop, Bigdata, etc. We have a pretty good turnout
> and we shall see whether that will generate new contributors. So far, all the
> folks are doing great with their projects (and I'm trying the best I
> can to teach
> them The Apache Way):
> On top of that we are trying to engage some of the Bigdata commercial
> vendors and see whether they can have enough interest in having
> a common platform for building robust Bigdata distributions.
> If you have any other suggestions -- I'd love to hear them.
Marcos Luis Ortï¿½z Valmaseda
Sr. Software Engineer (UCI)
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