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From Donald Harbison <dpharbi...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [PROPOSAL] Apache OpenOffice Conference 2012
Date Wed, 20 Jun 2012 20:00:07 GMT
Forgive the top posting... I am just alerting everyone that I have updated
the planning wiki [1] today with the latest proposal content, conference
information and work items. We need volunteers, your attention and action.
 Please take the time to read up, and respond back on this thread with
questions and discussion.

If you decide to volunteer, please identify yourself and the aspect of the
project you are most interested to help with.

Thanks!

On Fri, Jun 8, 2012 at 3:11 PM, Donald Harbison <dpharbison@gmail.com>wrote:

> We have the opportunity to frame up and build a 'conference within a
> conference' within the ApacheCON EU 2012 venue, November 5 - 9th in
> Sinsheim, Germany. I've pulled  an outline together on the wiki [1].
>
> This is a 'call-to-action'. If you want to see this idea become a reality,
> now is the time to volunteer.
>
> Timing is urgent here. In the northern hemisphere, many of us will go off
> on vacations in July and August. We need to earn our space from ConComm and
> the other ApacheCon volunteers if this idea has any hope of success. Note
> that if you volunteer for this effort, you will also need to help out with
> the broader conference as well. Share and share alike!
>
> I have asked that we sharpen our proposal and submit it to ConComm by
> Friday, June 22nd... in two weeks time. Yes, that's compressed, but I
> believe we have sufficiently experienced PPMC members who know what it
> takes to make something like this happen. I've started a proposed committee
> list on the wiki, but that's all it is a 'start'.
>
> This is a great opportunity to re-boot our OpenOffice community in its
> country of origin. I'm personally very excited about this, and hope you are
> too. Please engage and make this happen.
>
> [1] *http://s.apache.org/4cp*
>

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