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From Jerome Boulon <>
Subject Re: rolling a 0.3 release?
Date Wed, 30 Sep 2009 16:06:07 GMT
Hi everyone,
I don't mind waiting for another week to get a complete set of
functionalities from Salsa but since the code is not written yet, it may be
better to dedicate the 0.4 release just for that even if it's just a couple
weeks from now.

On my side on working on a streaming log4J appender and how to integrate
Chukwa with a column store like Hive and/or Zebra ... but I cannot work as
much as I would on that for now. When I would have a more concrete design in
mind I would post on the ml and I guess it will be more 0.5.


On 9/29/09 10:39 PM, "Ariel Rabkin" <> wrote:

> Hrm.  Are there other features on the horizon that are worth waiting
> for?  Even without SALSA, Chukwa supplies useful functionality and I
> think it's worth getting something out there.
> I'm sort of inclined to do a 0.3 release without SALSA, and then a 0.4
> whenever SALSA  is ready to go. A 0.4 release could also include a
> number of other improvements -- there are things I want to do over the
> coming months, and I suspect Jerome is also implementing things.
> Thoughts?
> --Ari
> On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 10:34 PM, Jiaqi Tan <> wrote:
>> We're still missing a subclass of the AbstractDataProcessor for fully
>> automating the end-to-end process of converting post-Demux output to
>> state-machine entries for SALSA processing, but I don't see myself
>> finishing that for at least a month. I would commit some of the
>> command-line tools with documentation on how to get the end-to-end
>> process done manually as a stop-gap, I can change those JIRAs to
>> blockers for 0.3 and I can get those done in a week or two.
>> Jiaqi
>> On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 12:39 PM, Ariel Rabkin <> wrote:
>>> Howdy.
>>> How does everybody feel about making a formal release of 0.3 ? I can't
>>> get to it until next week, but I think we could do it then. The
>>> current SVN trunk is stable, reasonably well documented and fairly
>>> well tested. Are there blockers for release that aren't listed on
>>> JIRA?
>>> --Ari
>>> --
>>> Ari Rabkin
>>> UC Berkeley Computer Science Department

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