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@@ -12,6 +12,6 @@ A good batch workflow system allows a program to be built out of small reusable
Schedulers are readily available (both open source and commercial), but tend to be extremely unfriendly to work with--they are basically bad GUI's grafted onto 20 year old command line clients. We wanted something that made it reasonably easy to visualize job hierarchies and run times without the pain. Previous experience made it clear that a good batch programming framework can make batch programming easy and successful in the same way that a web framework can aid web development beyond what you can do with an HTTP library and sockets.
State of the project
-We have been using [Azkaban](http://sna-projects.com/azkaban "Azkaban") internally at LinkedIn for the last nine months or so, and have about a hundred jobs running in it, mostly hadoop jobs or ETL of some sort. [Azkaban](http://sna-projects.com/azkaban "Azkaban") is quite new as an open source project, though, and we are working now to generalize it enough to make it useful for everyone.
+We have been using [Azkaban](http://sna-projects.com/azkaban "Azkaban") internally at [LinkedIn](http://www.linkedin.com "LinkedIn") for the last nine months or so, and have about a hundred jobs running in it, mostly hadoop jobs or ETL of some sort. [Azkaban](http://sna-projects.com/azkaban "Azkaban") is quite new as an open source project, though, and we are working now to generalize it enough to make it useful for everyone.
Any patches, bug reports, or feature ideas are quite welcome. We have created a mailing list for this purpose.

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