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From Arunabha Ghosh <>
Subject Re: Mesos at Moz
Date Tue, 08 Dec 2015 03:24:17 GMT
We're definitely open to merging the changes to Bamboo back upstream if the
changes we made prove useful to Bamboo. The changes we made were pretty
specific to our needs and we anticipate making quite a few changes as we
evolve the platform, so a separate repo seemed to be a better idea till the
codebase stabilized somewhat and we could offer a concrete view of the
changes we wanted.


On Mon, Dec 7, 2015 at 7:03 PM, Jeff Schroeder <>

> From a quick skim, this looks excellent. Are there any plans to try
> getting the bamboo changes back upstream, or is it going to be a permanent
> fork?
> On Monday, December 7, 2015, Arunabha Ghosh <> wrote:
>> Hi Folks,
>>               We, at Moz have been working for a while on RogerOS, our
>> next gen application platform built on top of Mesos. We've reached a point
>> in the project where we feel it's ready to share with the world :-)
>> The blog posts introducing RogerOS can be found at
>> I can safely say that without Mesos, it would not have been possible for
>> us to have built the system within the constraints of time and resources
>> that we had. As we note in the blog
>> " We are very glad that we chose Mesos though. It has delivered on all
>> of its promises and more. We’ve had no issues with stability,
>> extensibility, and performance of the system and it has allowed us to
>> achieve our goals with a fraction of the development resources that would
>> have been required otherwise. "
>> We would also like to thank the wonderful Mesos community for all the
>> help and support we've received. Along the way we've tried to contribute
>> back to the community through talks at Mesoscon and now through open
>> sourcing our efforts.
>> Your feedback and thoughts are always welcome !
>> Thanks,
>> Arunabha
> --
> Text by Jeff, typos by iPhone

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