Mohammad Mustaqeem 2013-04-17, 09:20
Arun C Murthy 2013-04-17, 22:06
Mohammad Mustaqeem 2013-04-18, 05:14
Prabakaran Krishnan 2013-04-18, 05:33
Chris Nauroth 2013-04-18, 17:14
Noelle Jakusz 2013-04-18, 17:32
Steve Loughran 2013-04-18, 18:28
Thanks Steve, I think creating a list on the wiki is a good place to start, then we can divide and conquer. As newbies, when we figure it out it will be fresh in our minds and we can add to the documentation, I agree that this would be very useful for future participants in the project.
I have created an account (noellejakusz) and would like write access to help with this...
From: Steve Loughran [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Thursday, April 18, 2013 2:28 PM
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Subject: Re: How to understand Hadoop source code ?
On 18 April 2013 18:32, Noelle Jakusz (c) <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> There are quite a few new people, so maybe start a collaborative group
> where you can collect notes and steps (videos and articles). I know I
> would have some for you that I have created as I have gotten
> started... it would be a great idea to post them after some collaboration and review.
> Thanks Chris for the detailed reply...
stuff in wiki.apache.org would be welcome, though there's the commitment to keep it up to date.
Once you've created wiki accounts, email this list to get write access.
One thing to consider is prerequisites. Hadoop is not a place to learn about basic distributed system concepts (liveness, failures, RPC), though some of the specifics (how liveness is implemented, how Hadoop RPC works) are going to be relevant. It's probably best to list "things you need to know". In particular, you should know Java and its build and test tools before going near Hadoop.
Mohammad Mustaqeem 2013-04-20, 06:08
Steve Loughran 2013-04-22, 15:43
Ronnie Ghose 2013-04-18, 17:47