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From Henri Yandell <bay...@generationjava.com>
Subject Re: Apache PMCs: ApacheCon notice
Date Fri, 12 Nov 2004 06:28:56 GMT

Phil's the real one behind Naming, but I'm also unable to attend. Trying 
to learn how to juggle a newborn baby and code open-source at the same 
time.

Hen

On Thu, 11 Nov 2004, Phil Steitz wrote:

> Alex,
>
> Unfortunately, much as I would like to be there, my day job has me on your 
> side of the US next week :-(
>
> Have a great time, wave the flag and down a couple for me. Make sure that at 
> least not all of the good stuff that happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas this 
> time ;-)
>
> -Phil
>
>
>
> Alex Karasulu wrote:
>> Phil and Henri,
>> 
>> Any of you guys attending?  If so would you be interested in representing 
>> some of the naming stuff.  Perhaps we can also do a BoF session as well.
>> 
>> Alex
>> 
>> Alex Karasulu wrote:
>> 
>>> Hi,
>>> 
>>> This is in reference to item #2.  This is on behalf of the directory 
>>> project.  I think we have 4 directory folks attending.  I'm sure all of us 
>>> would love to wear the badge although I have not checked with them all 
>>> officially.  So if you could we'd love to have these
>>> 
>>> 'Ask Me About Apache Directory!'
>>> 
>>> badges.  Heree's a list of the committers attending A/C:
>>> 
>>> Noel Bergman
>>> Alex Karasulu
>>> Alan Cabrera
>>> Enrique Rodriguez
>>> 
>>> Thanks much,
>>> Alex Karasulu
>>> 
>>> P.S. Sorry about the late notice.
>>> 
>>> Rodent of Unusual Size wrote:
>>> 
>>>> -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
>>>> 
>>>> Greetings, O ASF <project> PMC.
>>>> 
>>>> Yes, this is being sent to all of the ASF PMCs, and it has to do with
>>>> ApacheCon.
>>>> 
>>>> Two items:
>>>> 
>>>> Numbah One:
>>>> It has been noticed that many of the Foundation's own projects don't have
>>>> any sort of link or advert about ApacheCon on their front pages.  I am 
>>>> here
>>>> to request and exhort that you change this situation immediately, if not
>>>> sooner.  We need all the press we can get.
>>>> 
>>>> Please put something like this on your front page 'above the fold':
>>>> 
>>>> <a href="http://ApacheCon.Com/2004/US/"
>>>> 
>>>>> <img src="http://ApacheCon.Com/2004/US/logos/logo_only.gif"
>>>>> 
>>>> 
>>>> 
>>>>  width="170" height="100" alt="ApacheCon!" title="Come to ApacheCon!"
>>>>  border="0" /></a>
>>>> 
>>>> Similarly, please let your committers know about the 'ASF committer'
>>>> logo, and ask them to put a similar link to ApacheCon on *their* sites
>>>> using 'asf_committer.gif' instead of 'logo_only.gif'.
>>>> 
>>>> I'm attaching both of these logos to encourage wide dissemination.  There
>>>> are other logos available at http://ApacheCon.Com/2004/US/logos/ (but 
>>>> obviously
>>>> not all are really for general consumption).
>>>> 
>>>> Item Numbah Two:
>>>> Not all of the ASF projects are represented at ApacheCon by having 
>>>> sessions
>>>> or BOFs scheduled.  We (the ASF concom) *very* much want *all* projects 
>>>> to
>>>> get *lots* of attention from ApacheCon attendees.  To that end, I'm 
>>>> asking the
>>>> PMCs to maybe find out whom from their projects will be at the conference
>>>> and might be able to wear a button like 'Ask Me About Apache Foo!'  Or 
>>>> maybe
>>>> have a stack of one-page sheets about each of some/many/most/all of the 
>>>> projects
>>>> available at the registration table, or around during the reception, or
>>>> whatever.
>>>> 
>>>> I know, I know -- that's documentation.  Yggh.  Nevertheless, ApacheCon
>>>> represents a golden opportunity to increase awareness of and mindshare 
>>>> about
>>>> your project.  *Please* consider taking advantage of it!
>>>> 
>>>> If you'd like some 'Ask Me About Apache <Foo>!' buttons, please let
us 
>>>> know
>>>> the details (what 'foo' is, what colours are preferred [no guarantees], 
>>>> and
>>>> how many) in a message to concom@apache.org.  I can't guarantee that 
>>>> we'll
>>>> be able to make them, but we'll try.  Oh, and the names of the people who
>>>> have volunteered to wear 'em would be good, too, so we can try to make 
>>>> the
>>>> contracted registration people aware that there's a button for Jean D'Oh.
>>>> Or we could just get a bunch and let people pick 'em up.
>>>> 
>>>> Thanks!
>>>> - --
>>>> #ken    P-)}
>>>> 
>>>> Ken Coar, Sanagendamgagwedweinini  http://Ken.Coar.Org/
>>>> Author, developer, opinionist      http://Apache-Server.Com/
>>>> 
>>>> "Millennium hand and shrimp!"
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