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Linux Lustre Client Slack channel
 
Linux Lustre Client Slack channel
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* Drop by and say hello, and talk about Lustre development.
 
* Details to follow
 
* Details to follow
  
 
=== IRC ===
 
=== IRC ===
  
The channel #lustre is available on the [https://freenode.net/ Freenode IRC network]. Drop by and say hello, get help with Lustre issues, or talk about development.  
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The channel #lustre is available on the [https://freenode.net/ Freenode IRC network], but is no longer actively used.
 
* Connect your IRC client to chat.freenode.net to join the channel #lustre
 
* Connect your IRC client to chat.freenode.net to join the channel #lustre
 
* [https://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=lustre Click here] to join the #lustre channel in your browser using the Freenode Webchat client.
 
* [https://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=lustre Click here] to join the #lustre channel in your browser using the Freenode Webchat client.

Latest revision as of 10:22, 22 June 2020

Mailing Lists

General

Working Groups

  • lwg The OpenSFS Lustre Working Group (LWG) is the place the where the participants of OpenSFS come together to coordinate their software development efforts for the Lustre high-performance, Open Source, parallel filesystem.
  • lustre-org The Lustre.org Working Group (LOWG) manages the lustre.org web domain and its associated content.

Slack

Linux Lustre Client Slack channel

  • Drop by and say hello, and talk about Lustre development.
  • Details to follow

IRC

The channel #lustre is available on the Freenode IRC network, but is no longer actively used.

  • Connect your IRC client to chat.freenode.net to join the channel #lustre
  • Click here to join the #lustre channel in your browser using the Freenode Webchat client.