[Linux-cluster] RE: [Clusters_sig] Planning a Cluster meeting at OLS
Walker, Bruce J
bruce.walker at hp.com
Fri May 13 15:58:58 UTC 2005
Yes. There are 3 upcomming meetings. I can't speak for the Walldorf.
The meeting at OLS will be Monday and Tuesday before OLS (thus July 18
and 19). It will be a working meeting to see if we an put together a
common infrastructure or interfaces or architecture proposal for a
variety of different cluster projects. Hopefully a few people from the
Walldorf summit will attend to share the progress made at that summit.
I can't speak for the HA Bof but I would expect them to be more of a
summary on progress made to date on various clustering projects as well
as progress made at the two preceeding meetings/summit.
I will be hosting the pre-OLS meeting (hopefully with the OSDL folks on
clusters_sig). I'm expecting perhaps 10-20 people.
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Subject: Re: [Clusters_sig] Planning a Cluster meeting at OLS
I am a bit confused. From what I can gather through the past
discussions, there are apparently three "meetings":
1) The Walldorf Cluster Summit
2) OLS BOFs
3) some other "summit" to be finalised for either before or after OLS
but to be held in Ottawa.
For me attending more than one is out of question.
Hence I want to make sure that the one I end up attending is the main
one, leaving the others to be summarisations, etc.
So I'd like to know what is the exact agenda for each summit (I still
don't know the agenda for the Walldorf summit).
Of course I don't wanna pressurise the organizers, but from Andrew
Hutton's emails it seems that OLS registration is running real tight
with a few seats and hotel rooms left in Ottawa; and if I end up going
to Walldorf then I need to buy tickets in advance since the prices are
gonna go through the roof pretty soon.
Thanks and Regards,
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