[Gluster-devel] [Gluster-users] Updates on Gluster.org website
atin.mukherjee83 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 17 13:55:40 UTC 2015
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On Jul 17, 2015 6:48 PM, "Niels de Vos" <ndevos at redhat.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 10, 2015 at 07:05:14PM +0200, André Bauer wrote:
> > Hi @ all,
> > i would realy like to see, that gluster.org website would be updated a
> > bit more frequently. For me its realy hard to keep up with gluster,
> > without reading the mailing list, whats not exactly what i want.
> > 1.) If somebody opens http://www.gluster.org/ it seems version 3.5.4 ist
> > the current version.
> Yeah, I think we need to have the release guidelines amended to also
> update the website. It should be possible to send pull requests to
> update the contents though. The main page seems to be contructed from
> > 2.) If http://www.gluster.org/news/ is opened what you see is:
> > - "Looking for a Gluster Community Manager"
> > - "GlusterFS v3.7.0 is available"
> > No word about Gluster 3.7.2 or Gluster 3.5.5.
> Blog posts always tend to land a little after the releases have been
> made. This (partially) is intentional, so that the packagers get some
> time to prepare the packages. I was planning to do the 3.5.5 notes
> earlier this week... Maybe I'll get it done during the weekend.
> > 3.) The "Planet Gluster news" is to much offtopic for me. Sure, running
> > is fun (at least for some ;-) ) but i dont think its the right place to
> > talk about "A Year Of Running" on the gluster site.
> > Also some other tech topics seem to be far away from gluster topic.
> Indeed, quite some feeds should get pruned to make the Planet more
> interesting. Tagging posts with "Gluster" and only including those helps
> a lot. This is something we ask authors to do. That said, anyone can
> add/remove feeds through the GitHub "planet-gluster" project. The feeds
> are here:
> > Before i used the old documentation and looked through recent changes to
> > see whats going on but imho this is not longer possible with the new
> > documentation system.
> Not sure if that helps you, but the new docs are also kept on GitHub:
> > Imho the Elasticsearch guys doing a great job keeping the commuinity
> > updated. Have a look at their blog: https://www.elastic.co/blog
> > Would love to have a "This week in gluster" post, which shows me whats
> > going on.
> This is actually one thing we have been mentioning several times
> already. Great to have this suggestion coming from you too! Lets try to
> get something posted regulary. I think everyone should be able to help
> with this, and add a few lines for an important/interesting topic.
> I've started a little to capture things from this week, feel free to add
Thanks Niels. We all should try updating it on a weekly basis.
> > Thanks in advance and keep up the good work :-)
> Thanks, lets see if we can make things even better!
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