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From Claude Warren <>
Subject Re: Booth Volunteers Needed for ApacheCon NA Las Vegas
Date Wed, 12 Jun 2019 06:23:02 GMT

Would you be able to get the small feather stickers and the "feather  with
Apache software foundation" text?  I added Jena to the list.  I will bring
the remainder of the Jena and  "Community over code" stickers from FOSDEM.

Vegas is my city of origin (long ago) I think I might still know a few good
places off the strip if anyone is interested.  I have family there so I am
certain I can get some current local attractions.


On Tue, Jun 11, 2019 at 10:53 PM Sharan Foga <> wrote:

>  Hi All
> ApacheCon NA will be running from 9th - 12th September 2019 in Las Vegas.
> We are celebrating 25 years of Apache so let's make the celebration a big
> one!
> We are looking for volunteers to help out with the setup and staffing of
> the Apache booth during ApacheCon. If you havent experienced it already,
> the ASF booth is always a great hub of activity and also a central meeting
> point. During the conference the main booth duties will be talking to
> attendees about the ASF and handing out stickers, leaflets or
>  giveaways.
>  If you’d like to spend time on the booth talking to attendees to help
> promote your project and grow your community then even giving up even 30
> minutes  or an hour of your time will be welcome. The more projects we
> have, the greater the chance of perhaps recruiting new contributors and we
> always have people wanting to talk about specific projects.
> I’ve started drafting a wiki page to help with the booth planning and am
> happy to have any suggestions for improvement!
> If you would like to help out then please either respond to this thread or
> add your details to the wiki page.
>  Thanks
>  Sharan
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