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From Rich Bowen <>
Subject Re: Rich is looking for a substitute httpd talk for Denver
Date Mon, 10 Mar 2014 17:45:50 GMT

On 02/25/2014 04:53 PM, William A. Rowe Jr. wrote:
> On Mon, 24 Feb 2014 10:18:25 -0500
> Eric Covener <> wrote:
>> We had a cancellation for one of the httpd talks for Denver, any
>> proposals to fill the slot that either didn't make the first cut or
>> didn't get submitted at all?
>> An alternative option might be an ask / stump the experts or open
>> discussion thing, since we do have 2 full days of lectures.  I am
>> available for panel but not to keen on what it takes to organize.
>> Anyone is welcome to present.
> Users, please take a quick look at the existing lineup;
> Monday, April 7
>   Apache HTTPD 2.4
>   Configurable Configuration in httpd 2.4
>   Debugging Tricks with Apache HTTP Server 2.4
>   The mod_proxy cookbook
>   Demystifying mod_rewrite
>   (Re)Introducing mod_lua
> Tuesday, April 8
>   Using FastCGI with Apache HTTP Server 2.4
>   Utilizing the Web - or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love HTML5
>   The poor man's guide to running apps in the cloud
>   SSL State of the Union
>   Apache httpd SSL; End-to-End
> Is there a subject you want to see beyond the 2.4 intro, proxy, rewrite,
> lua, fcgi, html5, a bit of cloud and a bunch of current ssl wisdom?
> You can read longer descriptions and keep up with the program here;
> If you have an idea or request that you don't want to present, yourself,
> then it's likely someone on this list would be happy to present on
> a suggested topic if it's of interest to the community.  This conference
> is for our users (you!), so your input would be great to fill the open slot.

So, following up on this, does anybody have any input on this? Any 
volunteers to fill the empty slot in our httpd lineup? A http/2 or spdy 
talk, perhaps? A security talk of some kind to replace Lars' talk? 
Something on writing modules? Anything?


Rich Bowen - - @rbowen - @apachecon

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