Varnish Cache 3.0, its community and (Ubuntu?) party site…

It’s been over a year since I joined Varnish Software. Time flies when you have fun… So straight to the point:

  • 18 Varnish 3 release parties worldwide! WOW!

    Varnish 3 Release Party Site

    Varnish 3 Release Party Site

    Inspired by the release party concept of Ubuntu, Drupal and  several other FLOSS projects I threw the ball at the Varnish Cache community and asked if there was interest on making a celebration… and many people answered, but specially one great guy. We ended up with a party site and 18 parties around the globe.

  • FLOSS Communities in Action – Varnish
    So at the end of the day it is all about people and their priorities, right? But stop there. Others and even I have already written about the Varnish story…
  • Ubuntu Community Release Party Site?
    Now I hope we can do some Ubuntu story: I hope we can try and make a Ubuntu Party Site that we can use for every release. Anyone willing to join me and make it a reality before the Oneiric launch in October? Because, let’s face it, the LoCo Directory is hard to use and too coupled with Launchpad. A neutral mash-up would make a lot more sense, specially for release party events as people can sign up easily and cool stuff like i.e. automatic and customized reminder messages can be sent one day before the event to everyone that has sogned up. The work is based and available thanks to the Drupal7 release party site team. Thanks!
Have a great weekend everyone. Party On! 😉

~ by huayra on 2011 June 17.

One Response to “Varnish Cache 3.0, its community and (Ubuntu?) party site…”

  1. Count me in 🙂

    Paul Krischer

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