[Linux-HA] Re: [Linux-ha-dev] [ANNOUNCE] 8 node clusters!
Andrew Beekhof (GMail)
beekhof at gmail.com
Thu Mar 3 08:58:16 MST 2005
So as fun as this little tangent has been, if we could go back to the
original point of the email...
Heartbeat can do _at least_ 8-node clusters nodes now! How damn cool
A bunch of people have been working their butts off for over a year on
this, and I for one am bloody excited about what we've been able to
produce. I was hoping to share that enthusiasm with all the people
that have posted here wanting to know if we supported more than 2
nodes. To tell them that the sooner they get involved, in whatever
capacity they can, the sooner we can release 2.0 and declare it ready
Neither the website nor the new functionality is perfect, but Heartbeat
is a _community_ effort, so the only way to make it better is to get
involved. There is always something you can do, be it testing,
documentation, development, or even helping out on the mailing lists...
every little bit helps the project and in the end, helps you too.
On Mar 3, 2005, at 3:09 PM, Alan Robertson wrote:
> Helmut Wollmersdorfer wrote:
>> Alan Robertson wrote:
>>> Did you read the wiki.linux-ha.org/CVS page?
>> No. As I wrote, I spent _hours_ searching something like this.
>>> It has all this information in it, IIRC...
>> linux-ha.org growed incrementally and now is a heap of information,
>> but is missing information architecture.
>> A user would expect the most important things "one click away" from
>> the main entry page. Usally the most important topics are:
>> - Download
>> - binary
>> - source (versions ...)
>> - latest (CVS)
>> - Documentation
>> - Help
>> - mailing lists
>> - IRC
>> - ...
>> - bugs
>> and _no_ other confusing information.
>> Even a reference somewhere in the text like "get latest from CVS"
>> should have a link to wiki.linux-ha.org/CVS - one click away.
> We had such a site, and will hae one again - based on this site. But,
> due to circumstances beyond our control, it's missing at the moment.
> Alan Robertson <alanr at unix.sh>
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> claim from you at all times your undisguised opinions." - William
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