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From "Colin P. McCabe" <>
Subject Re: HTrace GUI meetup
Date Fri, 27 Mar 2015 18:19:12 GMT
Hmm.  Sounds like May is unavailable on Tuesday.  Does Friday (4/3) at
5PM PDT work for everyone?  Masatake, I'd especially like to talk to
you about some ideas for the spans GUI...

Abe, to respond to your points: We will post the minutes to the
mailing list.  Also, obviously the actual implementation of any of
these ideas will happen on JIRA through the usual process.  I view
this as kind of similar to the meetings we do occasionally on Hadoop
to coordinate a new feature that the community is working on.

Also, on a semi-related note, I'm going to try to check some
real-world span data into the repo to use when looking at the GUI.


On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 3:46 PM, Abraham Elmahrek <> wrote:
> Hey Colin,
> I'm hugely +1 on this! I'd prefer Tuesday @ 5PM PST.
> There has been some discussion about doing this in the Sqoop community as
> well, so I thought I'd relay some of the ideas that popped up there (
> ):
>    1. Meeting minutes are persisted (wiki) and communicated (mailing list)
>    2. No concrete decisions are made (we should run votes first so every
>    one can participate and make sure full context is provided some how)
>    3. Proper notice is given to the community and the meeting is globally
>    available (which it seems we have).
> I think HTrace is a different community and can run it however we see fit.
> But I hope the above helps at least for reference.
> -Abe
> On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 3:29 PM, Colin P. McCabe <> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> There's been a lot of really great work on the HTrace GUI recently.
>> Masatake's span visualization screen, Abe's work on the details page,
>> and May's work come to mind.
>> I was thinking, we should have a phone call to talk about the GUI.  I
>> have some ideas that might be really cool.  Abe also came up with some
>> mockups.
>> Some time next week would work well for me.  Maybe next Tuesday (3/31)
>> at 5pm, or next Friday (4/3) at 5pm PST?  (I realize 5pm PST is late
>> in California but I'm trying to come up with something that works for
>> all the time zones.)  Does that work for you guys?
>> I'm thinking we can provide a plain ol' telephone dial-in number and
>> use Google Hangouts for screen sharing.  (We could use Google Hangouts
>> for voice as well, but in my experience, it's best to use regular
>> phone for voice to avoid glitches.)
>> best,
>> Colin

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