[Gluster-users] Gluster Design Summit

Krishnan Parthasarathi kparthas at redhat.com
Wed Feb 18 15:12:04 UTC 2015

> On to the logistics:
> When: I'm looking at sometime during the second week of May (May 11-15).
> Alternately, the third week of April (April 13-19), though, I'm
> concerned about being able to get it all in place before then. I'd like
> to have at least one day worth of scheduled presentations, then another
> day for an in-person board meeting and open sprints, so this would make
> a total of two days of Summit.
> Where: I know we have a lot of international Gluster contributors who
> are not in the United States, so I'm open to suggestion on this point. A
> quick internet search seems to imply that large international airports
> like Washington DC, New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles have cheaper
> international flights. I only suggest the US as a location country
> because it tends to be simpler for people to travel to the US from a
> visa and logistics perspective, but if anyone wants to make the case for
> a different location country, speak up (quickly).
> Who gets to go: The event will be open to anyone who wishes to attend,
> but we want to encourage active community members to be present. The
> intention is to use the bulk of the funding allocated to this event to
> cover travel and lodging costs for members of the Gluster community who
> wish to present and/or sprint. (Yes, you read that right. We will cover
> the travel and hotel costs for community contributors to attend, as
> needed, and as funding permits.)
> How can I help?
> Right now, we need for people interested in the Gluster Design Summit to
> fill out a Google Form so we can track that interest and start to nail
> down the specifics about the event.
> If you'd like to attend the Gluster Design Summit, please go here:
> http://goo.gl/forms/NYRFz5aaop

Is this survey for non-Red Hat community members only? I'd like
to know if I should fill this form, as a community member and
a Red Hat employee to let the organisers know that I am keen on
being there.

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