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From Konstantin Boudnik <...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Apache Hadoop Hackathons: 5/11 and 5/18 in SF and Palo Alto
Date Sun, 08 May 2011 18:43:42 GMT
Thank you for clarification Eric!

I got a private email suggesting that my original comment might have
created certain friction and whatnot. For those who suspect me of evil
deeds I want to clarify my response too - I was genuinely surprised by
your reply to the OP and put this amusement in the email.

I am glad that we can put this confusion behind us now!


On Sun, May 8, 2011 at 10:53, Eric Baldeschwieler <eric14@yahoo-inc.com> wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> I guess this requires a clarification.
> 1) Of course I remain at Yahoo.
> 2) The yahoo hadoop team is in not way associated with this event.  This email chain
is the first we've heard of it.  Sorry for our confusion.
> 3) Of course we're always happy to see folks investing in Hadoop.  It will be interesting
to see if this proves an effective approach.
> Thanks
> E14
> On May 6, 2011, at 8:34 PM, Konstantin Boudnik wrote:
>> On Fri, May 6, 2011 at 17:46, Eric Baldeschwieler <eric14@yahoo-inc.com> wrote:
>>> Hi Jeff,
>>> Could you put me in contact with the folks from yahoo you are talking to?
>> Aren't you at Y! anymore, Eric? Wow!
>>> Thanks,
>>> E14
>>> On May 6, 2011, at 12:03 PM, Jeff Hammerbacher wrote:
>>>> Hey,
>>>> The discussion this week about the release has done a great job
>>>> of highlighting some issues in our development process; it's also done a
>>>> great job of lifting our mailing list activity metrics. After reading
>>>> through the various threads, it's clear that everyone agrees on two things:
>>>> 1) We'd like to get the work done in the 0.20.x branches into trunk
>>>> 2) We'd like to start releasing off of trunk again
>>>> To that end, a few folks from Yahoo!, Cloudera, StumbleUpon, and Facebook
>>>> would like to put together a series of Hackathons to 1) burn down the 13
>>>> (only 13!) remaining blockers for the 0.22 release and 2) forward-port the
>>>> work done in the 0.20.x branches into trunk.
>>>> Cloudera will be hosting Hackathons from 10 am to 6 pm in both our Palo Alto
>>>> and San Francisco offices next Wednesday, 5/11, and the following Wednesday,
>>>> 5/18, to ensure both of these tasks get completed in short order. PMC
>>>> members Todd Lipcon and Tom White will lead the SF group and PMC members
>>>> Collins and Patrick Hunt will lead the Palo Alto group.
>>>> Whether you're a long-time contributor or don't have a patch to your name,
>>>> now is a great time to get involved in Apache Hadoop development. Forward
>>>> porting patches is a lot easier than writing them from scratch, and you'll
>>>> have mentors present to help guide you through the patch testing and
>>>> submission process.
>>>> To sign up for the 5/11 Hackathon in either SF or PA, head over to
>>>> http://hadoophackathon.eventbrite.com.
>>>> As a reminder, the SF HUG will be held on 5/11 at 6 pm in the Cloudera SF
>>>> offices: http://www.meetup.com/hadoopsf/events/17354462/. If you can't make
>>>> it on 5/11, we'll send out a link next week for the 5/18 event.
>>>> Looking forward to getting the release train moving again!
>>>> Regards,
>>>> Jeff
>>>> p.s. if you'd like to participate remotely, email me directly and I'll see
>>>> about how we can teleconference you into the event.

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