Difference between revisions of "OpenZFS Office Hours"

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|[[User:gwilson | George Wilson]]
|[[User:gwilson | George Wilson]]
|9AM-10AM PST ([http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converted.html?iso=20131212T09&p1=137&p2=0 17:00 UTC]), December 12, 2013
|9AM-10AM PST ([http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converted.html?iso=20131212T09&p1=137&p2=0 17:00 UTC]), December 12, 2013
| g+ hangout, YouTube, and IRC
| [http://youtu.be/wWmVW2R_uz8 video recording]

Revision as of 19:05, 12 December 2013

An opportunity to chat live with a ZFS expert (usually a developer) about their work. Depending on who shows up, it could be an interview, a lecture on ZFS internals, or a discussion of how to get the best performance from ZFS in a particular situation.

Most recent event

Office Hours with George Wilson was held on December 12th. You can view the recording by clicking here, or in the embedded viewer below.

Future Events

Future events will be hosted by Brian Behlendorf, Andriy Gapon (FreeBSD®/ZFS kernel dev at HybridCluster) and Richard Yao.

Event listing

Topic Speakers Date and time Venue
Everything OpenZFS Matt Ahrens 9AM-10AM PDT (16:00 UTC), October 11, 2013 video recording
Everything OpenZFS George Wilson 9AM-10AM PST (17:00 UTC), December 12, 2013 video recording


You can participate in the Office Hours using the following technologies. This webpage will be updated with the specific Hangout and YouTube URLs 15 minutes before the session starts.

  • Google+ Hangout
    • Requires google+ account
    • Requires browser plug-in (works on Mac, Windows, and Linux), or iOS or Android app
    • This is the preferred option; latency will be lowest and you can interact via voice, video, and text
  • YouTube
    • View the conversation live via YouTube; works even on FreeBSD and Solaris
    • Ask questions via IRC
    • 30 second delay
  • IRC
    • Ask questions on #openzfs on freenode (web interface)
    • View answers via YouTube or Hangout; the host probably won't have time to type out responses.