[nfsv4] The Fall Bakeathon in Westford, Ma

Steve Dickson <SteveD@RedHat.com> Mon, 08 July 2019 18:38 UTC

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Subject: [nfsv4] The Fall Bakeathon in Westford, Ma
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Hello all.... Happy Summer!!!

Red Hat is pleased to announce the Fall NFS Bake-a-ton will be
again hosted by Red Hat in Westford, MA office.

I've very hopeful a couple new server vendors will be
attending... and hopefully to do some new RoCE testing as
well as the usual NFSoRDMA and v4.x testing.   

The Date: *the 2ed full week in Oct (14th - 18th)*

Details and registration info:

I'm using the same hotels and the prices are the same
or lower. The block reservations for the Residence Inn
and Hampton Inn end on *Wed Sept 14th*

    * Residence Inn Marriott - closest; w/ shuttle; full kitchen; free breakfast 
    * Westford Regency Inn - w/bar ; w/shuttle 
    * Hampton Inn - free breakfast 

When registering (i.e. replying to this email) please give me
   * Company Name
   * How engineers are coming
   * T-shirt sizes
   * Hotel you will be staying in

Any questions... Feel free to reach out... 

I hope to see you in October!!!