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From jan iversen <>
Subject Re: ApacheCon keynotes
Date Thu, 22 May 2014 13:03:33 GMT
On 22 May 2014 11:58, Nick Burch <> wrote:

> On Wed, 21 May 2014, David Nalley wrote:
>> On Wed, May 21, 2014 at 6:42 PM, Andrea Pescetti <>
>> wrote:
>>> I find this is an excellent idea (well, I just happened to use a couple
>>> of almost unknown Apache projects for work and I wished I had known about
>>> them earlier, since the one-line description in Board Reports is definitely
>>> too terse!) and I would like to see a presentation like this. Maybe not as
>>> a keynote, since those tend to be for the general public, but as part of a
>>> "Community" track.
>> I'd urge you to give a presentation about the 'almost unknowns' you
>> discovered. Perhaps research another 10 in the process. I doubt that anyone
>> knows the breadth of the ASF. Your discoveries would likely be eye opening
>> for the audience. '10 projects you've never head of but wish you had'
> I've done a few talks along those lines in the past, whihc have been a lot
> of work to prepare for, but generally very popular!
> "If you have the content, Apache has the technology"
> Apache Content Technologies overview
> ACNA2011:
this was what I was thinking about, when I made the suggestion. The title
should have been "If you have the problem, Apache has the technology" then
it would have been a 100% fit.

rbowen: please pursuade nick to give an updated version, and I promise to
listen carefully :-)

jan I

> "The other Apache technologies your big data solution needs"
> Lesser known Big Data related projects, and non Big Data ones that
> complement them
> Berlin Buzzwords:
> technologies-your-big-data-solution-needs
> BBuzz video:
> PLq-odUc2x7i8Qg4j2fix-QN6bjup-QYJW
> ACNA2011:
> The big data one gets harder every time I do it, we just keep adding too
> many projects...!
> Nick

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