So, I voted for Saturday at 2pm, but I'm thinking it's unlikely I'll
be able to make it this Saturday. We'll likely need to wait till after
I get back from FOSDEM, which is some time after Feb 11th.
On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 7:05 AM, Petr Bena <benapetr(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Sumana suggested to use this cool feature so that
other users can pick a
best time, so please if you are interested in wikimedia labs, vote for a
best time for a meeting on this link
On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 11:20 AM, Petr Bena <benapetr(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Since we have more and more users with access to wikimedia labs, I think
it would be great to make online conference on irc to discuss, especially
with new users and people interested in getting access there how labs work,
and what all is needed to do. I would be interested in getting a feedback
on what is needed to set up right now. There is a bot project which is
slowly moving forward so I would appreciate some feedback from people who
run bots so that we know what all needs to get implemented before opening
"production" for this part of labs.
Also it would be great to discuss about stuff we are about to set up,
write some new proposals and comment on what we have done. Including:
* Shared SQL server
* Monitoring for services - ganglia and nagios
* Bots cluster
* Deployment cluster
So, if there are people interested in labs, please let me know and we
could make a conference in #wikimedia-labs on freenode - I propose it to
happen this week, on thursday (friday is a day when most of people are
leaving office or heading somewhere far from computers :)) or saturday.
(But I don't know if Ryan and other important people are available for talk
on saturday). Preferably in 18:00 GMT or 22:00 GMT (I guess 22:00 is a best
time for people who live either in US or Europe).
Let me know what you think or if you would prefer a better date
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