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From Andrew Phillips <notificati...@github.com>
Subject Re: [jclouds-site] First draft of the 'New committer' blog post (#116)
Date Sun, 03 Aug 2014 11:15:01 GMT
> +author: <a href="...">Andrew Phillips</a>
> +comments: true
> +date: 2014-08-02 14:00:00+00:00
> +layout: post
> +slug: 1-release-2-committers
> +title: 1 release, 2 committers...a busy week for jclouds!
> +image: /img/posts/TODO.jpg
> +---
> +
> +<img class="img-right" src="/img/posts/TODO.jpg"/>There's a lot going on this
week for the jclouds community. Most importantly, we're really pleased to introduce two new
committers: Andrea Turli and Chris Custine.
> +
> +<!--more-->
> +
> +[Andrea](https://twitter.com/turlinux) has been involved with jclouds for quite a while,
working previously on the libvirt and vSphere [compute](/start/compute/) providers. He's recently
brought SoftLayer support up to speed and contributed the new [Docker provider](/guides/docker/),
which is a really exciting addition.
> +
> +[Chris](http://blog.organicelement.com) also has a lot of prior experience with many
areas of jclouds, including [Chef](/guides/chef/) and [Karaf](/guides/karaf/), as well as
contributing to a number of projects in the surrounding ecosystem. He's recently worked on
[OpenStack](/guides/openstack), especially on getting [HP Cloud](/guides/hpcloud/)'s compute
and blobstore providers back in shape.

@ccustine: Is this link OK or would you prefer a different link? And does your "jclouds bio"
sound accurate?

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