This year’s Linux Plumbers Conference is taking place November 3-5, in Cambridge, MA, United States. The CfP is already closed and the program is due any day now, but the co-located miniconference on high availability clustering is still accepting proposals. This is your chance to get involved!
So if you plan to attend Plumbers or just happen to be in the area, please submit your talk! Miniconference talks are not expected to be full-blown presentations. Instead, you can float an idea in just a 5-10 minute talk and then stimulate a vibrant group discussion.
Even if you are not attending, you can still help! We are always eager to hear from our user community. What HA problems are you currently facing that the existing Linux clustering stack does not solve? How well does your application integrate with HA? Where can we improve? What’s already good, and can be made better? What sucks?