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From: Lars Eilebrecht <lars at apache.org>
Date: 21 February 2006 18:21:33 GMT
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Subject: Call for Papers Opens for ApacheCon Europe 2006

Call for Papers Opens for ApacheCon Europe 2006

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) is proud to announce that
ApacheCon
Europe 2006 will be held at the Burlington Hotel in Dublin, Ireland,
June 26-30, 2006.

ApacheCon Europe is the official conference of the Apache Software
Foundation in Europe. This annual event creates a unique platform
for the
Open Source community in Europe to come together to gain deep
insight into
techniques and methodologies critical to the advancement of Open
Source
software, and gain skills to optimize the power and versatility of
Apache
software.

The conference brings together ASF members, developers and
contributors,
business people, and power users, working with Apache and related
software,
to participate in a leading-edge forum to exchange ideas and
network with
peers.
The conference begins with two days of intensive half-day and full-day
tutorials, which will offer actionable techniques and methodologies
pivotal
to the increasing demand for Open Source software.
The three main conference days offer a wide range of beginner,
intermediate
and advanced sessions. ApacheCon Europe attendees will have more
than 70
sessions to choose from, to gain real-world insight and to learn
first-hand
the latest developments of key Open Source projects including the
Apache
HTTP Server - the world's most popular web server software.
Come share your knowledge, hit upon new ideas, find solutions and
connect
with your peers at this educational, fun-filled gathering of users,
developers, and vendors of Apache software.

The ASF and the conference producer for the ApacheCon Europe
conference
series - Software & Support Verlag from Frankfurt, Germany - invite
the Open
Source community to send in session and tutorial proposals for
ApacheCon
Europe 2006.

Apache Software Foundation members are designing the technical
program for
ApacheCon Europe 2006, which will feature multiple tracks and
dozens of
technical sessions. The program committee is particularly
interested in
session and tutorial proposals on the following topics:

* Apache HTTP server topics (installation, configuration,
migration, ...)
* All ASF projects such as, Jakarta, mod_perl, XML, and SpamAssassin
* Scripting languages and dynamic content
(such as Java, Perl, Python, Ruby, XML, XSL, and PHP)
* Security and e-commerce
* Performance tuning, load balancing and high availability
* Technical and non-technical case studies
* New technologies (e.g., Web, Java, XML, and anti-spam)

Regular sessions will be 60 minutes and tutorials will be either
3 or 6 hours.

To submit a proposal, visit http://www.apachecon.com/2006/EU/cfp.
The deadline for submitting is March 27, 2006

Speaker benefits include:
* travel costs will be covered
* accommodation depending on the number of sessions will be covered
* tutorials speakers will be paid an extra fee for their efforts
* conference registration fees will be waived

ApacheCon Europe Team
http://www.apachecon.com/2006/EU/

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  • Andrew Ford at Feb 23, 2006 at 3:13 pm
    I saw this as I was on my way out to the Birmingham.pm meeting last
    night and was thinking about submitting a proposal for a session
    myself. If noone more experienced wants to do this then I would be
    happy to dot it. I need to work out what exactly to cover -- probably a
    rapid introduction with some demos, general advocacy for Catalyst, Perl
    and CPAN generally followed by examples of some of the more cool
    features -- but there is plenty of time to prepare and hone a good
    talk. I could try out the talk at the next pm meeting in March and
    also give it at YAPC::Europe, which of course is going to be hosted by
    Birmingham.pm this year.

    Andrew

    David Hodgkinson wrote:
    So, papers anyone?

    Begin forwarded message:

    From: Lars Eilebrecht <lars at apache.org>
    Date: 21 February 2006 18:21:33 GMT
    To: announce at apachecon.com
    Subject: Call for Papers Opens for ApacheCon Europe 2006

    Call for Papers Opens for ApacheCon Europe 2006

    The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) is proud to announce that
    ApacheCon
    Europe 2006 will be held at the Burlington Hotel in Dublin, Ireland,
    June 26-30, 2006.

    ApacheCon Europe is the official conference of the Apache Software
    Foundation in Europe. This annual event creates a unique platform
    for the
    Open Source community in Europe to come together to gain deep
    insight into
    techniques and methodologies critical to the advancement of Open
    Source
    software, and gain skills to optimize the power and versatility of
    Apache
    software.

    The conference brings together ASF members, developers and
    contributors,
    business people, and power users, working with Apache and related
    software,
    to participate in a leading-edge forum to exchange ideas and
    network with
    peers.
    The conference begins with two days of intensive half-day and full-day
    tutorials, which will offer actionable techniques and methodologies
    pivotal
    to the increasing demand for Open Source software.
    The three main conference days offer a wide range of beginner,
    intermediate
    and advanced sessions. ApacheCon Europe attendees will have more
    than 70
    sessions to choose from, to gain real-world insight and to learn
    first-hand
    the latest developments of key Open Source projects including the
    Apache
    HTTP Server - the world's most popular web server software.
    Come share your knowledge, hit upon new ideas, find solutions and
    connect
    with your peers at this educational, fun-filled gathering of users,
    developers, and vendors of Apache software.

    The ASF and the conference producer for the ApacheCon Europe
    conference
    series - Software & Support Verlag from Frankfurt, Germany - invite
    the Open
    Source community to send in session and tutorial proposals for
    ApacheCon
    Europe 2006.

    Apache Software Foundation members are designing the technical
    program for
    ApacheCon Europe 2006, which will feature multiple tracks and
    dozens of
    technical sessions. The program committee is particularly
    interested in
    session and tutorial proposals on the following topics:

    * Apache HTTP server topics (installation, configuration,
    migration, ...)
    * All ASF projects such as, Jakarta, mod_perl, XML, and SpamAssassin
    * Scripting languages and dynamic content
    (such as Java, Perl, Python, Ruby, XML, XSL, and PHP)
    * Security and e-commerce
    * Performance tuning, load balancing and high availability
    * Technical and non-technical case studies
    * New technologies (e.g., Web, Java, XML, and anti-spam)

    Regular sessions will be 60 minutes and tutorials will be either
    3 or 6 hours.

    To submit a proposal, visit http://www.apachecon.com/2006/EU/cfp.
    The deadline for submitting is March 27, 2006

    Speaker benefits include:
    * travel costs will be covered
    * accommodation depending on the number of sessions will be covered
    * tutorials speakers will be paid an extra fee for their efforts
    * conference registration fees will be waived

    ApacheCon Europe Team
    http://www.apachecon.com/2006/EU/

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  • Matt S Trout at Feb 23, 2006 at 3:35 pm

    On Thu, Feb 23, 2006 at 03:13:18PM +0000, Andrew Ford wrote:
    I saw this as I was on my way out to the Birmingham.pm meeting last
    night and was thinking about submitting a proposal for a session
    myself. If noone more experienced wants to do this then I would be
    happy to dot it. I need to work out what exactly to cover -- probably a
    rapid introduction with some demos, general advocacy for Catalyst, Perl
    and CPAN generally followed by examples of some of the more cool
    features -- but there is plenty of time to prepare and hone a good
    talk. I could try out the talk at the next pm meeting in March and
    also give it at YAPC::Europe, which of course is going to be hosted by
    Birmingham.pm this year.
    Any update yet on when YAPC::EU is going to happen? Or at least the call for
    papers? Being as for once it's a con that's actually on the same landmass
    as I am I was planning to turn up to that one :)

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  • Andrew Ford at Feb 23, 2006 at 3:36 pm

    Matt S Trout wrote:
    On Thu, Feb 23, 2006 at 03:13:18PM +0000, Andrew Ford wrote:

    I saw this as I was on my way out to the Birmingham.pm meeting last
    night and was thinking about submitting a proposal for a session
    myself. If noone more experienced wants to do this then I would be
    happy to dot it. I need to work out what exactly to cover -- probably a
    rapid introduction with some demos, general advocacy for Catalyst, Perl
    and CPAN generally followed by examples of some of the more cool
    features -- but there is plenty of time to prepare and hone a good
    talk. I could try out the talk at the next pm meeting in March and
    also give it at YAPC::Europe, which of course is going to be hosted by
    Birmingham.pm this year.
    Any update yet on when YAPC::EU is going to happen? Or at least the call for
    papers? Being as for once it's a con that's actually on the same landmass
    as I am I was planning to turn up to that one :)
    Barbie was playing it close to his chest. Apparently Aston University
    cocked up on the venue front and the organizing committee is in contract
    negotiations with another venue, but they don't want to say anything
    before it is signed and sealed. I suspect that won't be long though.


    Andrew

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  • David Hodgkinson at Feb 23, 2006 at 9:48 pm
    Well, I'm certainly going to be there and was thinking of a 45 minute
    walkthrough of building, say a blogging or portal type site. It
    encompasses
    a fair bit of the basics: MVC, sessions, auth, RSS, forms, mail.

    If anyone wants to do a Leo/Leon type double-act, I can play the dumb
    user wanting to get stuff done, someone else can play perl god... ;-)

    On 23 Feb 2006, at 15:13, Andrew Ford wrote:

    I saw this as I was on my way out to the Birmingham.pm meeting last
    night and was thinking about submitting a proposal for a session
    myself. If noone more experienced wants to do this then I would be
    happy to dot it. I need to work out what exactly to cover --
    probably a
    rapid introduction with some demos, general advocacy for Catalyst,
    Perl
    and CPAN generally followed by examples of some of the more cool
    features -- but there is plenty of time to prepare and hone a good
    talk. I could try out the talk at the next pm meeting in March and
    also give it at YAPC::Europe, which of course is going to be hosted by
    Birmingham.pm this year.

    Andrew

    David Hodgkinson wrote:
    So, papers anyone?

    Begin forwarded message:

    From: Lars Eilebrecht <lars at apache.org>
    Date: 21 February 2006 18:21:33 GMT
    To: announce at apachecon.com
    Subject: Call for Papers Opens for ApacheCon Europe 2006

    Call for Papers Opens for ApacheCon Europe 2006

    The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) is proud to announce that
    ApacheCon
    Europe 2006 will be held at the Burlington Hotel in Dublin, Ireland,
    June 26-30, 2006.

    ApacheCon Europe is the official conference of the Apache Software
    Foundation in Europe. This annual event creates a unique platform
    for the
    Open Source community in Europe to come together to gain deep
    insight into
    techniques and methodologies critical to the advancement of Open
    Source
    software, and gain skills to optimize the power and versatility of
    Apache
    software.

    The conference brings together ASF members, developers and
    contributors,
    business people, and power users, working with Apache and related
    software,
    to participate in a leading-edge forum to exchange ideas and
    network with
    peers.
    The conference begins with two days of intensive half-day and
    full-day
    tutorials, which will offer actionable techniques and methodologies
    pivotal
    to the increasing demand for Open Source software.
    The three main conference days offer a wide range of beginner,
    intermediate
    and advanced sessions. ApacheCon Europe attendees will have more
    than 70
    sessions to choose from, to gain real-world insight and to learn
    first-hand
    the latest developments of key Open Source projects including the
    Apache
    HTTP Server - the world's most popular web server software.
    Come share your knowledge, hit upon new ideas, find solutions and
    connect
    with your peers at this educational, fun-filled gathering of users,
    developers, and vendors of Apache software.

    The ASF and the conference producer for the ApacheCon Europe
    conference
    series - Software & Support Verlag from Frankfurt, Germany - invite
    the Open
    Source community to send in session and tutorial proposals for
    ApacheCon
    Europe 2006.

    Apache Software Foundation members are designing the technical
    program for
    ApacheCon Europe 2006, which will feature multiple tracks and
    dozens of
    technical sessions. The program committee is particularly
    interested in
    session and tutorial proposals on the following topics:

    * Apache HTTP server topics (installation, configuration,
    migration, ...)
    * All ASF projects such as, Jakarta, mod_perl, XML, and SpamAssassin
    * Scripting languages and dynamic content
    (such as Java, Perl, Python, Ruby, XML, XSL, and PHP)
    * Security and e-commerce
    * Performance tuning, load balancing and high availability
    * Technical and non-technical case studies
    * New technologies (e.g., Web, Java, XML, and anti-spam)

    Regular sessions will be 60 minutes and tutorials will be either
    3 or 6 hours.

    To submit a proposal, visit http://www.apachecon.com/2006/EU/cfp.
    The deadline for submitting is March 27, 2006

    Speaker benefits include:
    * travel costs will be covered
    * accommodation depending on the number of sessions will be covered
    * tutorials speakers will be paid an extra fee for their efforts
    * conference registration fees will be waived

    ApacheCon Europe Team
    http://www.apachecon.com/2006/EU/

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