I am back from the Citrix Synergy event and in the process of uploading all the Xen Summit videos to the Xen.org servers. I will be posting the videos as they are uploaded throughout the day. I expect to have the first 19 talks up on the website in the next 20 minutes or so. I will also be updating the daily mail tracking for the Xen.org wiki today as well.
Finally, if you are waiting for me to get back in touch with you, I should have my email inbox processed by the end of today.
Over the past year or so I have been doing a weekly categorization of the following Xen.org mailing lists:
Each mailing list is updated on a weekly basis in a variety of categories to assist you in looking for answers to questions that you have and may already have been answered. You can find the complete set of weekly tracking at http://wiki.xensource.com/xenwiki/XenWeekly. Each week contains the complete set of emails for that week as well as a listing of all the updated and new pages in the Xen.org Wiki.
You can also do a nice, simple search at http://xen.markmail.org to find your information from all available Xen.org mailing lists emails. The MarkMail database will search every email that has been sent on all the mailing lists to find your information. Additionally, you can review common Xen issues/questions in the wiki at http://wiki.xensource.com/xenwiki/XenCommonProblems or http://wiki.xensource.com/xenwiki/XenUsersQuestions.
The Xen.org Wiki now has an open area for companies looking to hire Xen engineers – http://wiki.xensource.com/xenwiki/JobListings.Â There are two new postings from Citrix on this wiki page and I will gladly work with additional companies interested in hiring Xen professionals.
If you are looking for a position based on your Xen experience, I have created a new location on the Wiki – http://wiki.xensource.com/xenwiki/JobListings – for you to check. I often hear from recruiters looking to hire and have created a method for them to post without being intrusive.
For those of you looking for details on the status of Paravirt_Ops, there is an updated Wiki page at:
For those of you looking for good examples of Networking, check out the Xen Wiki at http://wiki.xensource.com/xenwiki/XenNetworkingExamples. If you have more examples that you feel would be useful for the community, please add them to this Wiki page. If you do not have Wiki rights, send me an email with your Xen Wiki username and I will set you up.