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From hani elabed <>
Subject Re: Volunteers needed - Wiki
Date Mon, 10 Oct 2011 16:51:05 GMT
Hi Aaron,

I can help with the documentation... I grabbed tons of screenshots as I was
installing Cassandra source trunk(1.0.0.rc2?) on my Mac OS X Snow leopard on
Eclipse Galileo and later Eclipse Indigo, I will be installing it on Eclipse
for Ubuntu 10.04 soon. I took the sceenshots after I noticed the missing
picts in here:

so I did plan on helping with the update... I am glad you sent your email
though to get me going.

I am just not sure of the logistics, how to do it, and if I needed to be
granted some write access to the wiki. Please educate...

I can definitely help on the NodeTool and StorageConfiguration as soon as I
can grok them myself, or any other documentation.

Also you draft front page and focusing first on 1.0 first match my thinking.

Hani Elabed

On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 4:10 AM, aaron morton <>wrote:

> Hi there,
> The dev's have been very busy and Cassandra 1.0 is just around the corner
> and full of new features. To celebrate I'm trying to give the wiki some
> loving to make things a little more welcoming for new users.
> To keep things manageable I'd like to focus on completeness and correctness
> for now, and worry about being super awesome later. For example the nodetool
> page is incomplete , we do not
> have anything about CQL and config page is from 0.7
> As a starting point I've created a draft home page
> . I also hope to
> use this as a planning tool where we can mark off what's in progress or has
> been completed.
> The guidelines I think we should follow are:
> * ensure coverage of 1.0, a best effort for 0.8 and leave any content from
> previous versions.
> * where appropriate include examples from CQL and RPC as both are still
> supported.
> If you would like to contribute to this effort please let me know via the
> email list. It's a great way to contribute to the project and learn how
> Cassandra works, and I'll do my best to help with any questions you may
> have. Or if you have something you've already written that you feel may be
> of use let me know, and we'll see about linking to it.
> Thanks.
> -----------------
> Aaron Morton
> Freelance Cassandra Developer
> @aaronmorton

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