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From Rich Bowen <rbo...@rcbowen.com>
Subject Re: ApacheCon NA + BigData 2016 question
Date Thu, 07 Apr 2016 14:56:27 GMT


On 04/07/2016 01:25 AM, Alexander Bezzubov wrote:
> Got it, thank you for kind explanation!
> 
> I'm sorry for spreafing the confusion but those points might be un-obviouse
> to others well, who were not around for last 10 years :)

Heh. Some of us have been around even longer, and, yes, this leads us to
think that Everybody Knows. We will endeavor to document this better. A
number of people have found this information un-obvious this year.

--Rich




> --
> Alex
> 
> On Wed, Apr 6, 2016, 20:03 Rich Bowen <rbowen@rcbowen.com> wrote:
> 
>> On Apr 5, 2016 22:35, "Alexander Bezzubov" <bzz@apache.org> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> not sure if this has been asked before or is relevant to whole community,
>>> so excuse me in advance if it's not.
>>>
>>> Could somebody please help me understanding the changes between Apache
>>> events in Europe 2015, Budapest and Apache events in 2016, Vancouver from
>> a
>>> speaker's perspective and if below summary is correct:
>>>
>>> Apache Con\Bigdata Europe 2015, Budapest
>>>  - speakers from one conference get free access to another one
>> (Bigdata\Con)
>>>  - co-speakers get a conference pass, as speakers do
>>
>> No, this was not the case, although it's possible that a few people were
>> given some leniency on this.
>>
>>>
>>> Apache Con\Bigdata NA 2016, Vancouver
>>>  - speakers from one conference need to buy a ticket for another one, if
>>> they decide to attend the latter as well (Bigdata\Con)
>>
>> Yes, that is correct, although there is a substantial discount.
>>
>>>  - co-speakers must buy tickets to the conference where they are
>> presenting
>>> at
>>>
>>>
>>
>> Yes, but this has always been the case for the last 10 years.
>>
> 


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Rich Bowen - rbowen@rcbowen.com - @rbowen
http://apachecon.com/ - @apachecon

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