[Pacemaker] [Linux-ha-dev] CFP: Linux Plumbers Mini-Conf on High-Availability/Clustering

Guillaume Chanaud guillaume.chanaud at connecting-nature.com
Tue Aug 10 21:35:48 EDT 2010

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Lars Marowsky-Bree <lmb at novell.com> a écrit :

>On 2010-08-04T15:59:27, Lars Marowsky-Bree <lmb at novell.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> there will (hopefully!) be a mini-conference on HA/Clustering at this
>> year's LPC in Cambridge, MA, Nov 3-5th.
>Just a quick reminder, there've not been many proposals submitted yet.
>If the trend continues, the mini-conf slot might instead be allocated to
>another topic ...
>Please, do consider to submit a talk to this soon - I know it's to a
>large degree my fault for sending out the request so late.
>I'm also planning to arrive a day early so we can have some conference
>free time to talk as well.
>> This would be an informal summit for the HA folks to get together and
>> discuss the various issues that would benefit from a face to face
>> meeting; to facilitate progress faster than by exchanging countless
>> e-mails.
>> The goal would be a very technical discussion - the sessions would be
>> focus points, but the chance to get the core folks from the community
>> together is key.
>> Topics that come to my mind and that would seek speakers/discussion
>> leaders are fencing, resource agent evolution, synergies between
>> init/upstart/lrm, or wildly reaching out to the stars - where's our
>> place in the cloud? Can we build clustered appliances? Anything
>> remaining in the file system spaces?
>> I hope you have other ideas and want to attend the conference. You can
>> submit them here:
>> http://www.linuxplumbersconf.org/2010/ocw/events/LPC2010MC/proposals/new
>> Miniconference proposal submissions are not necessarily time-limited,
>> but I would appreciate a fast turn-around. ;-)
>> I look forward to your submissions. Please let me know if you have any
>> questions.
>    Lars
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