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Lots of new stuff on our web site
Submitted by florian on Tue, 2012-03-13 19:12
Over the past couple of weeks, we've quietly rolled out new content, new functionality, and Hangouts on our web site. Here's a summary of these nifty little changes.
We've added a bunch of brand new stuff. The Hints and Kinks section is completely new, and growing fast. In that section, we're sharing helpful little configuration tricks and troubleshooting tips that you'll likely find useful in day-to-day cluster administration.
We've also (finally!) added the talk I co-presented with Tim Serong and Andrew Beekhof at this year's linux.conf.au to the Presentations section. The slide deck and video, courtesy of the awesome LCA A/V team, are over here.
And of course, we've announced Cloud Jumpstart for OpenStack™, the latest addition to our acclaimed training offering. The first edition of Cloud Jumpstart comes to Berlin, Germany in May, and signups are already open. This class comes with a special treat: we'll get you into LinuxTag for free! More on that here.
Read More and Related Stuff
These are some spiffy additions to our CMS that will make navigating around our site a lot easier for you. You can find both these items in the right sidebar, on many pages.
Read More takes you to all the items which, in the navigation menu, are subordinate to the page you're currently reading – a pretty trivial, but still rather useful addition. Open Hints and Kinks for example, and you'll see all the technical tips we currently have in store for you.
Related Stuff is really neat though: it will show you all the items on our site that are tagged identically as the item you've opened. So if you're reading, say, the page on Pacemaker, you can hop directly to a presentation covering Pacemaker, or a classroom training about it, or one of our Hints and Kinks related to Pacemaker. We list related items in descending order by last-updated time, so you'll always see the newest and most active topics up at the top of the list.
The same tagging magic that drives Related Stuff is also available for you to use as an HTML or RSS feed.
Don't care about GlusterFS or DRBD, for example, but want to keep tabs on anything related to Ceph? Easy. Just point your browser at http://www.hastexo.com/category/tags/ceph from time to time. Or, hit the little RSS icon at the bottom of that page, and add that feed to your preferred RSS reader.
At the bottom of most pages, you'll now find links that make it easy to share the content you're reading on your favorite social network. And of course, while you're at it, you should totally like us on Facebook, and follow us on Google+, LinkedIn and Twitter.
You're probably tired of webinars where some marketing person tries to sell a product to as many attendees as can possibly fit, and there's little or no interactivity. So with Hangouts, we're doing something different: we're staying small, and fully interactive. We're kicking off tomorrow with a Hangout on GlusterFS.
You can sign up for Hangouts and will then get a reminder when it starts, but you don't have to. Just follow us or drop in on our page at the right time, and pop right in.
By the way, if you're in a timezone where a particular scheduled hangout slot is less than convenient, fear not! We'll do a rerun with the same topic one week later, with the slot shifted by 8 hours. But there will be no recordings, so make sure you catch us live!
We're doing this on an experimental basis and are more than happy to get your feedback. So join us and let us know!