[Gluster-users] Please allow me to introduce myself...

Deadpan110 deadpan110 at gmail.com
Thu Jun 2 04:55:56 PDT 2011


Hiya John,

I am a Gluster fan and like to test glusterfs on 32bit Ubuntu installations.

This is great news that you are on the Gluster team!

I have yet to place any of my 32bit glusterfs compilations onto a
production environment because this is not supported by the devs and
is mainly untested by the majority of users.

As such, I do worry about implementing it!

So this is awesome news as the possibility of someone starting a group
dedicated to helping each other within a 32bit community is within
reach.

(Reason for 32 bit: Virtuali[s|z]ation - 32 Bit Guests on Xen can out
perform their 64 Bit cousins hosted on a 64 Bit hypervisor).

I for one look forward to seeing Gluster becoming more 'open' than
ever before with yourself bridging the gaps between (and encouraging)
communities!

Martin


On 2 June 2011 10:02, John Mark Walker <jwalker at gluster.com> wrote:
> Greetings,
>
> I just wanted to take a moment and say hello. I am Gluster's new community guy, and I wrote up an introduction on the blog:
>
> http://blog.gluster.com/2011/06/please-allow-me-to-introduce-myself/
>
> One of the things I tried to make clear in that post is that I want to know what we should be doing more of, less of, or just differently. You'll see me out and about on the internets, as well as at conferences and other events. Should you feel the urge to create a user group, start a discussion on this list, or create your own space somewhere on gluster.org - please let me know. I want everyone to feel like they have all the tools they need to do what they want to do. That's my job. Some of you may have already met me on IRC or elsewhere, and I hope to hear from a lot more of you soon.
>
> There are a lot of things on the table for the Gluster community, whether it's a newer and (hopefully) better web site, or a different way of tending to an open source community project, or even bringing back the ant. There's a lot going on, and it's going to be a lot of fun - here's to a GlusterFS world.
>
> Thanks,
> John Mark Walker
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