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From Josh Elser <>
Subject Re: State of ACCUMULO-378 -- Replication
Date Wed, 28 May 2014 01:16:25 GMT
Well, organizing something at the summit is a possibility, but I'm 
already signed up to give a talk there on the subject, so I'd rather 
just leverage that instead.

I don't want to just wave the "CTR flag" and merge it into master, but, 
at the same time, I want to make sure that those who *are* interested in 
getting a preview have the opportunity to do so. I also recognize that 
the code is rather intimidating to just sit down and look at via 

Overall, if people are genuinely interested in getting an overview from 
an implemented stance, I'm happy to provide that. But, at the same time, 
I don't want people to feel obligated to review if they really aren't 
interested. Does that make sense?

On 5/27/14, 8:46 PM, David Medinets wrote:
> Perhaps snag a few people during the summit and lock them in a room for the
> review?
> On Tue, May 27, 2014 at 8:39 PM, Josh Elser <> wrote:
>> Everyone,
>> It's been about a week and I haven't gotten any feedback on the review [1]
>> I put up for the replication work yet, so I'm wondering if it would be
>> better to take a different approach.
>> The tests I've written (which are included in the review), give me quite a
>> bit of confidence in the implementation as designed, not to mention the
>> "higher-level" tests I've run.
>> So, I'm wondering if it would be better to find a good time to do some
>> sort of dev-focused video presentation (google hangout, likely), and give a
>> verbal overview. Would this be something that people would prefer instead
>> of looking through ~20k lines of code? Do people care either way?
>> I'm happy to try to make this as easy as possible.
>> - Josh
>> [1]

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