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From Melissa Warnkin <>
Subject Re: Edit the ApacheCon Banner on Website
Date Tue, 04 Feb 2014 20:56:17 GMT
Hi Mark and Joe,

Thank you so much for your emails.

I'm referring to the ApacheCon logo on the top-right corner in the Projects page that is still
sporting the information for ACNA Portland 2013. ....and anywhere
else the old banner is located!!

Thanks, Joe! - I'm not sure what I need either in order to edit the dates/location of that. 
I thought, perhaps, I could make the edit the same way I do on the "Thanks" page??...guess

Sorry I'm such a PITA, my darling Infra guys!!! :) I promise I'll buy you a beer or two!!


 From: Mark Thomas <>
To:; "" <>;
Melissa Warnkin <> 
Cc: Rich Bowen <>; Melissa Warnkin <>; Ross Gardler
Sent: Tuesday, February 4, 2014 3:22 PM
Subject: Re: Edit the ApacheCon Banner on Website

On 04/02/2014 20:14, Melissa Warnkin wrote:
> OK, I'm adding in infra now since I haven't heard a peep from the community.


Can you point me to the banner(s) you'd liek to see displayed?


> Infra:  Can you grant me the creds to go in and make this change?
> Alternatively, if you prefer, you can make the change.  Either way, the
> change HAS to be made!!! Not only is it embarrassing that we're still
> promoting an event from a year ago, but we're also not promoting our new
> event!!
> Thank you SO much!!!
> ~M
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> *From:* Melissa Warnkin <>
> *To:* ComDev <>
> *Cc:* Rich Bowen <>; Melissa Warnkin <>
> *Sent:* Monday, February 3, 2014 12:32 PM
> *Subject:* Edit the ApacheCon Banner on Website
> Happy Monday, all!!
> Can I please have a volunteer to go into the website and change the
> information on the ApacheCon banner to reflect the information for
> Denver? It is quite embarrassing to still have last year's ApacheCon
> information up there!!
> Thank you so much!!!!!
> ~Melissa
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