Re: new pkg-monitoring team, Debian in the Ganglia book
On 19/01/13 22:07, Mathieu Parent wrote:
> 2013/1/19 Daniel Pocock <email@example.com>:
>> A few weeks back, the pkg-monitoring team was created
>> Although we currently look after Ganglia related stuff, it is not
>> exclusively for Ganglia, and could be a good way to collaborate on any
>> package related to metric collection, storage and analysis
>> Anybody wishing to collaborate or migrate packages into the team git
>> repo can join here:
> We also recently created the pkg-graphite team (Graphite is a tool for
> real-time visualization and storage of numeric time-series data).
> Graphite is mainly used with collectd.
> I have updated http://wiki.debian.org/SystemMonitoring, about what I
> am aware of.
Thanks for alerting me about this - there are definitely people keen on
using Ganglia and Graphite together
I'm putting this out on the ganglia-developers upstream list as well as
there are people using Ganglia, Graphite or both on Debian and/or
Ubuntu, and these teams provide a good place for upstream developers to
interact with packaging even if they don't get involved in other parts