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From Nicholas Kwiatkowski <>
Subject Re: [RT]Flex Camps
Date Sun, 12 Feb 2012 14:47:04 GMT

I would recommend you talk to the guys at Spoon.  While we haven't ramped
up to do Flex Camps yet, we are in the process of kicking off a roadshow
that may help you out.  Keith is the guy you should be talking to (  He has been coordinating all of the Spoon UG efforts to


On Sun, Feb 12, 2012 at 8:45 AM, James Roland Cabresos <
> wrote:

> Yes I am a user group manager. I'm not really looking for funding support
> here in Apache, but just information that this community want to push to
> Flex Camps. Yes we have Adobe contacts, but it's kind of different now as
> Flex is on Apache, it's not enough that we only get the information on
> Adobe's side.
> On Sunday, 12 February, 2012 09:27 PM, Jeffry Houser wrote:
>> On 2/12/2012 4:13 AM, James Roland Cabresos wrote:
>>> A Flex camp is one of the things that markets Flex to a community. As
>>> Adobe still are committed to developing the tool for Flex, I assumed that
>>> they will still support these camps. Gathering resources today will be much
>>> more different than it was before.
>>  Do Flex Camps still happen?  I would not expect Adobe to put any effort
>> into any such thing.  Although, I was under the impression Adobe gave very
>> little support to Flex Camps beyond sending a "keynoter" and funds to help
>> secure a "Big enough" location.
>>  I think every Flex user group manager out there is now unsure where to
>>> start or how to start. It would be good if we have some guide(WIKI) for
>>> someone who are planning to setup a Flex Camp. What do you think guys?
>>  Are you a User Group Manager?  If so, you should know that you have an
>> Adobe Contact and you can ask them about such things.
>>  I don't perceive Apache would support Flex Camps from a funding stand
>> point.  If you want to hold a Flex Camp, I would look towards finding your
>> own Corporate Sponsors.  Or to Spoon.

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