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From Rafael Weingärtner <>
Subject Re: CloudStack Collab in Miami
Date Tue, 24 Jan 2017 22:02:24 GMT
I would like to add that speakers of CCC have free access to ApacheCon.
This represents big savings (US$600 for early registrations). You can use
that money to extend your stay for a weekend and enjoy the sunshine of
Miami ;)

Submit a proposal of presentation and join us in Miami. You can show the
community exciting hacks you have done with Apache CloudStack; discuss new
features and those little bugs that keep coming up from time to time. It is
a great opportunity to put a face on names that you just know from our
mailing lists.

I would also like to highlight that ApacheCon creates a unique opportunity
for you to meet great people from all around the world. You will find
people from most Apache projects (our little community included).

Looking forward to seeing you all in Miami

On Tue, Jan 24, 2017 at 4:27 PM, Will Stevens <> wrote:

> Hello Everyone,
> It is that time of the year again.  We are into the thick of it planning
> the next CloudStack Collaboration Conference (CCC).
> We are happy to announce that the first CloudStack Collab of 2017 will be
> taking place on May 16-18 in Miami.  CloudStack has partnered with
> ApacheCon to bring you a great event.
> More information about the conference is available here:
> Here are some of the important details:
> - The *speaker submission deadline is Feb 11th*, so get your talks in
> early.  Details here:
> - Registration will be taken care of by ApacheCon.  Details here:
> - Travel information and details about the venue can be found here:
> - Consider sponsoring the event to make it even better. More info here:
> If you have any questions, please respond to this email and I will make
> sure your questions are answered.
> Looking forward to seeing you all in Miami...
> Cheers,
> Will

Rafael Weingärtner

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