Thanks for the feedback.
I’d like to see a ‘blessed’ RPM and DEB build and more information about how to host the cluster with e.g. fleet or consul. I’m trying to set it up on docker right now to be run on CoreOS as a clustered service; that would be great to have more
At this point I’m not sure we want to offer blessed feeds of the OSS product - though we’d consider doing so for the commercial one. We’ve not looked at running with docker, though I’ve used consul for other things.
As you know I’ve built images for the project https://packagecloud.io/haf/oss which I think it would be great to have more feedback around - e.g. by having the core eventstore team work with the recipe to make it fully featured (upgradable, auto-run
upgrade scripts, proper configuration) and to make it work well with puppet and/or other configuration management tools.
Similarly to feeds of OSS, I think blessed packages for config management tools would fall inside the realm of the commercial product.
I think that having a gitter chat room would be an improvement too https://gitter.im/EventStore
I set one up by mistake (now deleted) and was underwhelmed. The mailing list seems to me a much better place for discussions since it relies less on real-time communication (which is practically impossible anyway given that the entire team are in different
Removing the dual vocabulary; what’s commercial, what’s open source - and being much more specific about what options can be purchased from you at a premium and which ones can’t.
I agree there needs to be a much clearer picture about what is commercial vs open source and what we will therefore never support or merge into the open source product regardless of contributions. I’ll open up an internal discussion about this.