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From Steven Gill <>
Subject Re: Fw: Help us make ApacheCon a huge success
Date Mon, 27 Jan 2014 18:30:37 GMT
I hear they want a whole day/half day dedicated to Cordova this year. I am
going to submit an intro to Cordova & Cordova CLI workflow talk. It would
be awesome if some of you want to submit talks too!

Some ideas
Platform development and Plugman workflow
Cordova Docs & Cordova Translations
Cordova Testing & CI (medic, mobile spec)
Cordova Plugin Development
Cordova Security (troll)
Cordova Community (how we built a healthy community around open source)
Building a Cordova App (Maybe a simple app that grabs json from somewhere,
and you parse it on the phone)
Cordova Debugging techniques (remote debugging, weinre, etc)
Adding new platforms to Cordova (maybe this should be a wiki article
instead :P)

Reply with any other ideas you might have. Anyone have any interest in
doing one or more of these talks? I say we organize on here so we don't
overlap in our submissions. I could always do another talk at the event too
(but it would be nicer to get others to do them)

We can submit talks at

On Fri, Jan 24, 2014 at 10:45 AM, Lisa Seacat DeLuca <>wrote:

> Anyone planning on going to ApacheCon and/or submitting a talk related to
> Cordova?
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> From:        Rich Bowen <>
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> Date:        01/17/2014 02:06 PM
> Subject:        Help us make ApacheCon a huge success
> ------------------------------
> Fellow ASF committers,
> ApacheCon this year is going to be different from what we've done in the
> past, and we need your help in making that happen. By partnering with
> the Linux Foundation, we're doing something new in the hopes of giving
> Apache the exposure we deserve, as the most important organization in
> the Free/Open Source software ecosystem.
> Whereas in the past we've had three or four tracks of content, we have
> room for 9 this year. That means that we have enough space for a half
> day, or a full day, or even more, focused on *your* project. Before, we
> may have had one or two talks about that project that you've devoted
> years of your life to - this year, you can cover it from soup to nuts,
> and bring in an audience eager to hear about it.
> We need your talk submissions. We want the beginner, intermediate, and
> advanced content from those projects that have been under-represented in
> the past. We also want to hear from the larger community of users,
> vendors, and folks building apps on top of your platforms. We rely on
> you to reach out to your developer and user lists to solicit this content.
> We need you to tell your developer and user lists that they should be
> there - that this will be the year that they can get more than just an
> intro, but they can get the deep dive.
> The CFP deadline is February 1, which is only two weeks away. Please
> help us make this event a huge success.
> --
> Rich Bowen

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