florian.haas at linbit
Apr 28, 2011, 12:54 AM
Post #2 of 4
On 2011-04-26 19:33, Andres Rodriguez wrote:
> Greetings Everyone!
> In a couple weeks from today, the Ubuntu Developer Summit (UDS) will be
> kicking in. UDS's, are the events on which discussion happens towards
> the next Ubuntu Release in various aspects, such as Server, Desktop,
> Foundations, etc. In this case, the UDS will be held in Budapest,
> Hungary between 9-13 of May, towards Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot, due in
> October 2011.
> As it has become a custom from past UDS', this time we will also have a
> session for the Cluster Stack. This session will have as primary
> objective the discussion of the adaption of Pacemaker 1.1.X and related
> software as a technology preview for what's yet to come, and in
> preparation for the next Ubuntu release 12.04, which is a Long Term
> Support release, or discuss the upgrade-path options to partially
> upgrade some components while leaving others (i.e. fence-agents,
> resource-agents). Additionally, we also discuss some other features of
> things we would like to see for the Cluster Stack in Ubuntu, as well as
> spread is adoption, improve documentation, etc.
> UDS' are open-to-public events, and I believe it would be great if
> upstream could participate and maybe even further the discussion about
> the Cluster Stack. For more information about UDS, please visit . The
> specific date/time for the Cluster Stack session is not yet available.
That is unfortunate. We can't possibly make it to Budapest for the full
week, but we might be able to make it for, say, the day of the cluster
stack session. And the summit is only two weeks away which means that
you can actually expect any consultant to be booked solid for that time,
so that adds to the challenge. When will the session be scheduled?
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