wiki:developers-meeting-20160217
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[part of a series of meetings]

Participants

Christian, Gerd, Marina, Al, Tigran, Paul, Anupam, Femi

Agenda

[see box on the right-hand side]

Postcards

Christian: EGI, Human Brain Project, conference organization. Together with Anupam, found that compiling dCache on Mac results in a non-working system. Will need to reimplement performance testing for human brain project.

Gerd: Work on web terminal, see special topics. Apart from that, mostly small patches.

Marina: Release management

Al: Reviewed more code, prepared patch release, resilience: see special topic

Tigran: ISGC presentations, dockerizing dCache (in a slightly different way than what was done before by Karsten). Started working on Ceph, which appears to have rather bad documentation. Meetings about different dCache deployments and configurations involving ownCloud.

Paul: Changed restrictions patch. Work on Macaroon Minting Protocol, as a Draft RFC. Lots of group-internal support work.

Anumpam: Prepared OpenID patch for review

Olufemi: Metadata improvements for web interface.

Dimitry: Preparation for 2.14 upgrade, analysis of slowdown. Discussion about using Amazon Cloud and S3 as fallbacks for existing infrastructure.

Jürgen: Backend work on Jenkins

Special topics

SRM issues

Mails from the user forum indicated that work on the SRM was necessary. We discuss mitigation approaches.

User workshop

We plan for talks and travel arrangements for the user workshop. Gerd plans to introduce Zookeeper.

Bring-online

Paul: SRM bring-online currently needs X.509 auth. Users request password-based auth. We discuss where to add that support.

Trunk activity

Progress with new features...

Issues from [FIXME: Add link to yesterday's Tier-1 meeting]

Plans for patch-releases

Should we make a new patch release?

Outstanding Documentation

Outstanding RT Tickets

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Review of RB requests

New, noteworthy and other business

Review of video conferencing tool

Jürgen: Sound quality noticably worse than on Google Hangouts due to missing global equalizer. Especially noticeable with people not using headsets.

DTNM

Proposed: same time, next week.