[zfs-discuss] Government shutdown and future of ZOL
aarcane at aarcane.org
Mon Oct 7 09:47:59 EDT 2013
Oh noes! Brian, watch out! Richard Yao is on a power grab! Everyone protect
the leader! :p
The government shutdown sucks, but honestly, I've not noticed anything
since the government shut down. If anything, things here in California have
run smoother than usual. I know come election day, I'll be voting for
almost anyone over my incumbents.
On Oct 7, 2013 6:36 AM, "Richard Yao" <ryao at gentoo.org> wrote:
> Honestly, I do not think things are that bad. Congress will pass a
> budget at some point and then things should revert back to normal at
> least until next year's budget.
> With that said, I am the second biggest contributor by commits, so I
> guess leadership would fall to me should Brian be away for an extended
> period of time. However, I really don't think that will be necessary.
> On 10/07/2013 09:28 AM, Schlacta, Christ wrote:
> > What about long term? If Brian should be forced to work elsewhere, who
> > would claim leadership?
> > On Oct 7, 2013 6:17 AM, "Richard Yao" <ryao at gentoo.org> wrote:
> >> On 10/07/2013 05:06 AM, Micky Martin wrote:
> >>> As it is apparent, the government shutdown is likely to effect DoE /
> >>> and as a result ZOL.
> >>> What are the repercussions we are looking at, for ZOL itself, since
> >> of
> >>> the code what today makes ZOL is, because of Brian Behlendorf? Thanks!
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> >> If Brian is affected, a few things will happen. One is that new commits
> >> to the main repository will likely stop until the federal government
> >> reboots. The other is that work that he is doing toward 0.6.3 would also
> >> stop until the reboot.
> >> GIT enables ZFSOnLinux development to occur in parallel in many
> >> different repositories (such as my own). When and if Brian's commits to
> >> the main repository are affected, the only effect on the controlling the
> >> other repositories will be an absence of new code form the main
> >> repository. Aside from that, development should proceed as normal.
> >> With that said, about half the commits in 0.6.2 were by Brian, so it
> >> would be fair to say that development will be running at half speed for
> >> a while should Brian be affected.
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