[ClusterLabs] Announcing ClusterLabs Summit 2020

Rafael David Tinoco rafaeldtinoco at ubuntu.com
Tue Nov 5 12:21:29 EST 2019

On 04/11/2019 23:07, Ken Gaillot wrote:
> Hi all,
> A reminder: We are still interested in ideas for talks, and rough
> estimates of potential attendees. "Maybe" is perfectly fine at this
> stage. It will let us negotiate hotel rates and firm up the location
> details.

Hello. This is Rafael, from Canonical. I'm currently in charge of the HA 
stack in Ubuntu (and helping debian-ha-maintainers), specially now for 
20.04 LTS release.

I wonder if I could participate in the event and, possibly, have a slot 
to share our experience and the work being done, specially related to 
testing in other architectures, like arm64 and s390x.

I also hope this opportunity can make us closer to upstream, so we can 
start contributing more w/ patches and fixes.

Thank you!

> On Tue, 2019-10-15 at 16:42 -0500, Ken Gaillot wrote:
>> I'm happy to announce that we have a date and location for the next
>> ClusterLabs Summit: Wednesday, Feb. 5, and Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020, in
>> Brno, Czechia. This year's host is Red Hat.
>> Details will be given on this wiki page as they become available:
>>    http://plan.alteeve.ca/index.php/HA_Cluster_Summit_2020
>> We are still in the early stages of organizing, and need your input.
>> Most importantly, we need a good idea of how many people will attend,
>> to ensure we have an appropriate conference room and amenities. The
>> wiki page has a section where you can say how many people from your
>> organization expect to attend. We don't need a firm commitment or an
>> immediate response, just let us know once you have a rough idea.
>> We also invite you to propose a talk, whether it's a talk you want to
>> give or something you are interested in hearing more about. The wiki
>> page has a section for that, too. Anything related to open-source
>> clustering is welcome: new features and plans for the cluster
>> software projects, how-to's and case histories for integrating
>> specific services into a cluster, utilizing specific
>> stonith/networking/etc. technologies in a cluster, tips for
>> administering a cluster, and so forth.
>> I'm excited about the chance for developers and users to meet in
>> person. Past summits have been helpful for shaping the direction of
>> the
>> projects and strengthening the community. I look forward to seeing
>> many
>> of you there!

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