On 2021-02-26 09:05 PM, Charles-François Natali wrote:
As mentioned before I'd also be happy to contribute.

Concretely, what's the next step to move this forward?

On Fri, 26 Feb 2021, 11:15 Thomas Langé, <t.la...@criteo.com> wrote:


I'm part of Criteo team as well, and as Grégoire said, we plan to
support Mesos internally for some time. I would like to
propose my help as well as a committer, and contribute as much as I
can to this project.

At Rakuten we also have a couple of clusters. As also mentionned before, happy to contribute.
But yeah, need a plan of action :p




From: Grégoire Seux <g.s...@criteo.com>
Sent: Friday, 26 February 2021 11:12
To: priv...@mesos.apache.org <priv...@mesos.apache.org>; dev
<d...@mesos.apache.org>; user <user@mesos.apache.org>
Subject: Re: Next Steps

Hello all,

here at Criteo, we heavily use Mesos and plan to do so for a
foreseeable future alongside other alternatives.
I am ok to become committer and help the project if you are looking
for contributors.
It seems finding committers will be doable but finding a PMC chair
will be difficult.

To give some context on our usage, Criteo is running 12 Mesos
cluster running a light fork of Mesos 1.9.x.
Each cluster has 10+ distinct marathons frameworks, a flink
framework, an instance of Aurora and an in-house framework.
We strongly appreciate the ability to scale the number of nodes
(3500 on the largest cluster and growing), the simplicity of the
project overall and the extensibility through modules.




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