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[Debian-NYC] Fwd: Jan 10th NYLUG meeting: Linux Kernel Developer Ted T'so on the ext4 filesystem

Guessing everyone knows that the speaker is a DD, but just in case, I'll share that he maintains a number of fs related packages. http://qa.debian.org/developer.php?login=tytso%40mit.edu

Please note that RSVP on meetup (http://www.meetup.com/nylug-meetings/events/82181762/) is open now. The rsvp.nylug.org, will open shortly, but the person doing it can't take care of listing it till he gets home tonight. (In an hour or so).

Please note, real names and IDs are NOT required, but we will be checking "names" at the door, as we expect this event to get fully RSVPed in the next 24-48 hours, based on the past two meetings. If you do not make the RSVP cutoff, we will be maintaining a waiting list on meetup.

I'll also add that if you have a strong preference not to use meetup or rsvp.nylug.org, we will accomodate individual RSVPs via email to me, if they get to me before RSVP fills up. (Using the existing systems is a lot less work, so please don't just email me "because it's easier for you.")

(We'll be grabbing drinks after the meeting at a nearby bar.)


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Subject: Jan 10th NYLUG meeting: Kernel Developer Ted T'so on ext4

We'll be opening up RSVP about two weeks before the meeting, here:


or here:


Theodore T'so
The ext4 filesystem

Ted will talk about his experiences developing and maintaining the
ext4 filesystem, which is currently the default filesystem on most
Linux distros, and is now the default filesystem shipped with the
majority of Android devices on the market today. In addition Ted will
be presenting a highly technical overview of ext4, covering all of its
major features, strengths and areas for future improvement.

More Information:
ext4 - https://ext4.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/Main_Page

About Theodore Y.  T'so:
Theodore Y. Ts'o is a software developer mainly known for his
contributions to the Linux kernel, in particular his contributions to
file systems. He is the primary developer and maintainer of e2fsprogs,
the userspace utilities for the ext2 and ext3 filesystems, and is a
maintainer for the ext4 file system. "Ted" is also a Debian Developer
responsible for maintaining a number of filesystem related packages.


P.S. - We do expect this to get booked fairly quickly.
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