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From Rich Bowen <>
Subject Fwd: Speak at Open Source Summit Europe, CFP Closes July 8th
Date Wed, 07 Jun 2017 16:01:01 GMT
FYI: Angela Brown (at the LF) tells me that they don't have room for an
official Apache track. However, Sharan has suggested that it may be
worthwhile to try to coordinate submitting N talks, in the hope that
they may be grouped together as an Apache Day.

I propose that we attempt to submit three talks, and attempt to
coordinate our message somewhat:

The Apache Way: Learning from the ASF's successes

The Apache Incubator: Bringing projects and communities into the Apache Way

And then another talk highlighting an Apache project, from a community,
rather than deep technical, perspective. I'm specifically thinking of a
talk like Adam's amazing keynote in Miami - - about things that can kill
a community, and avoiding those things.

I will be at this event, as will Sharan. If any of the rest of you
expect to be there, please speak up, and let's see what we can work out.

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Subject: 	Speak at Open Source Summit Europe, CFP Closes July 8th
Date: 	Wed, 07 Jun 2017 00:07:27 -0600
From: 	Linux Foundation Events <>

Speak at Open Source Summit Europe, CFP Closes July 8th
Open Source Summit Europe | Prague, Czech Republic | Oct. 23-25, 2017

 The Linux Foundation

 Open Source Summit Europe, October 23 - 25, 2017, Prague, Czech
Republic. Submit Your Talk Proposal, Due July 8

    LinuxCon, ContainerCon, CloudOpen and the new Open Community
    Conference combine under one umbrella name in 2017 and beyond -
    Open Source Summit Europe


 Join us in Prague October 23-25 to share your expertise with 2,000+
technologists and open source community members.

We're seeking a wide range of talks, from DevOps and Containers, to
Security and Networking, to Linux Kernel Development. Proposals are due
July 8.

      Suggested Topics:

  * DevOps (Continuous Delivery, Continuous Integration, Lean IT, Moving
    at Cloud-speed)
  * Networking (Software Defined Networking, NFV, OpenFlow, Overlays,
    Networks as Code)
  * Security (Coding, Configuration, Testing, Malware)
  * Cloud & Microservices (Containers - Libraries, Runtimes,
    Composition; Hypervisors; Workload Orchestration - Mesos,
    Kubernetes; Distributed Services)
  * Hardware (Architectures, Maker Culture, Small Devices)
  * Linux Kernel Development
  * Virtualization
  * Professional Open Source (e.g. Compliance, Licensing, Services,
  * Embedded Systems (Phones and Tablets, Automotive and Self-driving,
    Yocto, Wearables)
  * Mission-Critical, Real-Time Operating Systems, Real-Time, and Long
    Life Systems
  * Internet of Everything (Smart Grid, Smart Home, Medical Systems,
    Environmental Systems)
  * Filesystems And Storage (Long-Term Archiving, Client-Server
    Filesystems, Compression, Deduplication, Distributed Storage, NVMe,
  * Culture (Collaborative Development, Community, Advocacy, Government,
  * Linux On The Desktop (Porting Proprietary Software, Hardware With
    Linux Pre-installed, Wine and Emulators, Influencing Closed-Source

In addition, we are pleased to announce the new Diversity Empowerment
taking place October 26 as part of Open Source Summit. It is our goal to
to help promote and facilitate an increase in diversity, inclusion,
empowerment and social innovation in the open source community, and this
addition allows us to provide a venue for discussion and collaboration.
We encourage submissions for DES as well.

Got a great idea, case study, or technical tutorial you'd like to share?
Learn more about the CFP process
and submit your speaking proposal before the CFP closes on July 8.

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