Re: Time To Propose Your ApacheCon 2019 Project Summit
We've traditionally had a day or two of content for httpd... has anyone added an item to the form? I cannot see the backing database/spreadsheet in the apachecon gsuite location...
If not, I can propose and coordinate the track... hopefully with others (Daniel?, Bill?) who are also on planners@, providing backup as I become busy at the start of the semester. -- Daniel Ruggeri
On November 27, 2018 8:30:51 AM CST, Rich Bowen <[hidden email]> wrote:
Save the date: ApacheCon North America will be held in Las Vegas, at the Flamingo Hotel, September 9th through 12th, 2019. This is our 20th anniversary event, and we really want you, your project, and its community, to be involved.
If you want to be part of making this event happen, please join the privately-archived planners@ mailing list by sending email to [hidden email] from your apache.org email address.
A call for presentations will be announced soon. You should start giving some thought to what story your project wants to tell at this event, and working with your project community to craft presentations around that story.
We will have a number of spaces for projects to conduct project summits, hackathons, or mini-conferences, lasting anywhere from a half day to the entire four days of the event.
If your project, or group of several related projects, would like to claim an entire track (one, two, or three days of content) and craft that story yourselves, please propose your track or summit here: https://goo.gl/forms/lczPlXTmGNIsRf823
The deadline for proposing a project/topic event is January 7th, (The first Monday of the new year) so that we can reflect these topics in the CFP.
If your project holds your own standalone events(s) please consider co-locating with ApacheCon this coming year. We’ll help you promote your event, both as part of ApacheCon, and as its own brand. You get the best of both worlds - you get your own event, with control of your content, and you get to be part of a larger convention with a broader audience.
This is your conference, and we are counting on you to step up and make it yours.
Stay tuned for more information, on the planners list, and on our Twitter account @apachecon. And we look forward to seeing you to see you in Vegas in September!
Rich Bowen, VP Conferences, and the ApacheCon Planners