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From Randy Terbush <>
Subject Re: 2.0 development in-person meeting
Date Sat, 07 Jun 1997 03:14:18 GMT

I would like to make this, but find the fact that it is only 3 
weeks away to be a bit short notice. I also realize that deferring 
this would kind of defeat the primary purpose of the meeting. It 
seems that it would be an equal problem for anyone trying to get
flights from across the pond.

I primarily would need to find some standin fingers for my dike...

Is a later date an option?

> Now that 1.2 has been released, and thoughts on 1.2.x and 1.3 are percolating,
> I'd like to propose a first-ever Apache developer's conference.  Not some
> 1000-person gig at Moscone - I'm think a 15-20 person meeting where we can hash
> out what's going to be in 2.0 and how we're going to architect it.  Certainly a
> lot of this can be accomplished via email, but I think we could make a lot more
> progress in a short amount of time if we up the bandwidth by being face to
> face.  
> The goal would be to leave that meeting with a firm concept of architecture,
> development roles, and priorities.
> I propose we hold this at the end of June/beginning of July.  The issue of
> "where" is certainly a tough one. I propose the Organic offices in San
> Francisco, as we have a nice large meeting room I could easy reserve for a few
> days, and a significant number of the apache developers are already out here on
> the west coast, and we SF residents could probably offer accomodations as an
> alternative to a hotel to keep total travel costs low. 
> This only makes sense, in my opinion, if the vast majority of core developers
> can attend.  The attendees at this meeting should be empowered to make
> decisions the whole group can adhere too
> What do y'all think?  Let me throw out a proposed date: monday and tuesday the
> 30th of June and 1st of July.  Maybe pushing up to Sunday or out to Wednesday
> if required.  
> There is a lovely bar right next door where we can all, truly, buy each other a
> beer.  And for only $2 on Tuesdays!
> 	Brian
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