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From stack <st...@duboce.net>
Subject Re: [LIKELY JUNK]January HBase Meetups - SF/LA
Date Wed, 07 Jan 2009 19:15:16 GMT
Ding, Hui wrote:
> Do we have an agenda for this?
Currently, no more than what Jon posted below.

What kind of detail are you looking for?

Here's a first cut.  Please add (or remove) agenda items:

+ Introductions.  Since the number of attendees will be small, lets go 
around the room and have each person say a word on why they are 
interested in hbase and their experiences to date if any.
+ Would be sweet if someone presented on an hbase usage -- a slide or 
two -- but no volunteers at the moment (Anyone interested?).
+ A slide or two on whats new in hbase 0.19.0.
+ Discussion of what should be in 0.20.0; current thoughts would seem to 
be a focus be on upping the random-read performance; zookeeper 
integration; and new file format.  What else?

We'll try and keep minutes and post the list.

> Thanks! 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jonathan Gray [mailto:jlist@streamy.com] 
> Sent: Tuesday, January 06, 2009 2:32 PM
> To: hbase-user@hadoop.apache.org; hbase-dev@hadoop.apache.org
> Cc: core-user@hadoop.apache.org
> Subject: [LIKELY JUNK]January HBase Meetups - SF/LA
> There are two HBase meetups planned for January.
> The 5th San Francisco HBase User Group hosted by Powerset is a
> round-table
> meeting for users and developers to discuss the most recent release,
> features for the upcoming release, and help answer any user questions
> and
> issues.  We will have Skype setup so even if you are not local you are
> welcome to join in the discussion.  When you sign-up, please note that
> you
> will be joining remotely and leave your Skype name.
> San Francisco HBase User Group @ Powerset
> Wednesday, January 14 @ 4:00PM
> RSVP: http://www.meetup.com/hbaseusergroup/
> The second meetup is the first ever Los Angeles HBase Hackathon hosted
> by
> Streamy.  This will not be a meeting for users or those looking for an
> introduction to HBase.  Rather, developers will get together to tackle
> some
> of the bigger changes in the upcoming 0.20 release with some
> brainstorming,
> whiteboarding, and of course hacking.  If you are interested in learning
> about the implementation of HBase and what we're working on for the next
> release, this will be a valuable event to attend.  Unfortunately this
> format
> is not very remote friendly but if you are interested in contributing
> but
> unable to attend please contact me directly.
> We'll be going all day Friday and at least part of Saturday depending on
> everyone's availability.  Streamy is located in Manhattan Beach.
> Los Angeles HBase Hackathon @ Streamy
> Friday, January 30 @ 11AM and Saturday, January 31
> RSVP: http://www.meetup.com/hbasela/
> Also of interest is the monthly LA Hadoop Meetup hosted by Mahalo.
> January's meeting is on the 13th.
> http://www.meetup.com/hadoopla/
> Hope to see everyone at these events!
> Jonathan Gray
> Co-Founder, Streamy Inc.
> http://www.streamy.com

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