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From Benjamin Mahler <>
Subject Re: Help us review #MesosCon 2015 proposals
Date Sat, 21 Feb 2015 00:54:42 GMT
Great to see so many proposals!

Is it intentional that we have to review them in small subsets? It's hard
to tell what to consider as an "Average" proposal when you can only see a
small subset at a time. Just curious on the reasoning behind that.

On Wed, Feb 18, 2015 at 2:44 PM, Dave Lester <> wrote:

> A total of 63 proposals were submitted for #MesosCon[1], up
> significantly from 24 submitted for last year’s conference. Similar to
> last year, the MesosCon program committee is opening these proposals up
> for community review/feedback to better-inform our decisions about what
> should be included in the program.
> In order to make it easier to review a subset of the proposals, we’ve
> segmented them based upon three loose themes: Frameworks, Users / Ops,
> and Mesos Internals and Extensions. We encourage you to review proposals
> based upon one theme, or all three!
> *Frameworks (18 Proposals):* Talks on how
> frameworks can be used, developed, and integrate with Mesos.
> *Users / Ops (28 Proposals):* A combination
> of talks that are use cases (how company x uses Mesos), and
> operations-focused (how we deploy x, use Docker, etc).
> *Mesos Internals and Extensions (17 Proposals):*
> Features of the Mesos core, or software
> integrations with the internals of Mesos. Some proposals have overlap
> with frameworks and ops, but most are focused on the foundational
> aspects of how Mesos works.
> The forms above also include an opportunity to indicate which sessions
> you didn't see proposed but would like to attend.
> Thanks in advance for your participation! The forms will close on March
> 4th 2015, two weeks from today.
> Dave
> Links:
>   1.

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