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From jean-frederic clere <>
Subject Re: httpd track in Seville
Date Mon, 12 Sep 2016 18:18:36 GMT
On 09/12/2016 04:26 PM, Stefan Eissing wrote:
> Unfortunately, I will not be able to make it to Seville. If I can
> help in regard to presenting what is new in Apache HTTP/2 by
> answering questions or creating slides, pls let me know.

Sure I will... Basically I need to add what is new since last time I
presented the topic (AKA in Vancover in May).



> Cheers, Stefan
>> Am 12.09.2016 um 14:28 schrieb jean-frederic clere
>> <>:
>> On 08/30/2016 03:34 PM, Rich Bowen wrote:
>>> As you know, the CFP for ApacheCon closes in less than 2 weeks.
>>> It would be awesome if we could pull together an httpd track,
>>> highlighting that httpd is still the flagship of the ASF, and is
>>> still exciting, relevant, and alive. The last few ApacheCons, we
>>> haven't managed to muster a track, or even a half day.
>> my classical talk: "HTTP/2 and SSL/TLS state of art in our
>> servers" could also ajusted to cover more httpd if not used
>> somewhere else.
>> Cheers
>> Jean-Frederic
>>> To this end, we've started to put together a proposed list of
>>> talks that we'd like to see people submit, in the hopes that we
>>> end up with 2 days - a user track, and a developer track - of
>>> httpd content.
>>> Please claim (and submit!) talks that appear on this list, and
>>> suggest others that we haven't thought of. Also, please plan to
>>> attend. The venue is beautiful and cheap, and it would be awesome
>>> to have a bunch of us there to do an old-school squash-the-bugs
>>> write-the-code meet-the-devs hackathon.
>>> (Disclaimer: talks put on this etherpad are not automatically
>>> accepted. There's still the actual talk selection process, which
>>> is done by committee, and is subject to what other stuff is
>>> submitted to the event, and available space.)

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