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From ARIJIT DAS <arijit.mcse...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Hello
Date Sun, 22 Jan 2017 06:32:29 GMT
Hi Andy,
     I am using Mahout for NLP specifically for semantic searching in
Indian languages as part of my PhD work...it will be my pleasure to
contribute for mahout and also take part in the discussion...with a huge
data in hdfs mahout has the capability to help us for decision making...You
may share the link of mahout specific forum/blog also (if required)..I will
be obliged to conribute.

With Regards
Arijit

On Sun, Jan 22, 2017 at 5:58 AM, Andrew Palumbo <ap.dev@outlook.com> wrote:

> Hello,
>
>
> I sent an email yesterday regarding swag for Meetups, etc to this list,
> thinking that it was an Apache list that was devoted specifically to that
> type of thing (i was just going off of a comment automatically sent to me
> from the last quarter's board report review).. I've noticed several Emails,
> and realized that I was wrong about this just being a place to ask for swag
> from.
>
>
> So I just wanted to Introduce myself and say hello.  I'm the PMC chair of
> Apache Mahout.  The Mahout team is a die hard group of all volunteer
> committers, devoted to distributed shared nothing machine learning,
> centered currently around an abstract Engine neutral set of Distributed
> Linear Algebra primitives. We're working currently on a release with GPU
> and native multithreaded backed matrix operations, as well as to provide
> more caned algorithms.   We have no corporate backing, which makes it
> challenging at times to keep up; most of us work after our day-jobs.  This
> also makes us flexible and able to answer to no one but our own PMC when
> deciding the best direction for the project to go.
>
>
> So I just wanted to Introduce myself, and give you an overview of our
> team.  The email that I sent yesterday came off more as an order for Apache
> swag..
>
>
> So, Hello, and have a good weekend, all,
>
>
> Andy
>

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