[Gluster-Maintainers] Maintainer's meeting minutes (21st March, 2018)

Amar Tumballi atumball at redhat.com
Thu Mar 22 08:41:48 UTC 2018

Meeting date: 03/07/2018 (March 3rd, 2018. 19:30IST, 14:00UTC, 09:00EST)
<https://hackmd.io/yTC-un5XT6KUB9V37LG6OQ?both#BJ-Link>BJ Link

   - Bridge: https://bluejeans.com/205933580
   - Download: https://bluejeans.com/s/huECj


   - Amar, Kaleb, PPai, Nithya, Sac, Deepshika, Shyam (joined late)



   AI from previous meeting:
   - Email on version numbers: [Done]
      - Email on 4.1 features: [Done]
      - Email on bugzilla automation etc: [Done]

   Any more features required, wanted in 4.1?
   - Question to FB team: are you fine with features being merged? Any more
      pending features, bug fixes from FB branch?
      - Question to Red Hat: are the features fine?
      - Question to community: Is there any concerns?
      - GD2: Can we update the community about the proposal for 4.1
         - [PPai] we can send the github link to the project to community.


   If agreed for option change, what would be good version number next?
   - [Sac] Need more discipline to have calendar based releases
      - [ppai] http://semver.org is more practised

   Round Table
   - [kaleb] fyi, I’m NOT making progress with debian packaging of gd2.
      I’ve been told that Marcus (a nfs-ganesha/ceph dev) has Debian pkging
      skillz. When he returns from the Ceph dev conf in China I’ll see if I can
      get some of his time. Also my appeals for help from debian packages and
      from Patrick Matthaie have gone unanswered. Debian packaging is already
      voodoo black magic; golang makes it even harder. ;-)
      - [amarts] auto tunable options is the future requirement for us.
      Everyone, please consider figuring out for your components work for it.
      - [shyam] I see a good response for features this time. Expectation
      is to meet what we promised. See github projects page for seeing whats
      agreed for 4.1


Amar Tumballi (amarts)
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