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From Carsten Ziegeler <>
Subject Re: Presenting JSecurity at the ApacheCon US 2008
Date Wed, 08 Oct 2008 13:08:01 GMT
Les Hazlewood wrote:
> I would love to do this, but I'll be out of the country during the
> time of the convention :(
:( Perhaps someone else is at ApacheCon and is able to talk about the
project for 10 to 15 minutes?


> On Tue, Oct 7, 2008 at 1:26 PM, Carsten Ziegeler <> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> this is a call for presenters for Fast Feather Track at ApacheCon US
>> 2008 in New Orleans.
>> You may already know the new "Fast Feather Track" which was held for the
>> first time at ApacheCon Europe 2007. Fast Feather track presentations
>> are 10-15 minute presentations about a specific project or topic. The
>> focus is on Apache Incubator and Apache Labs projects.
>> We would very much like to have a presentation about JSecuriy at the
>> Fast Feather Track, and would like to invite someone from the team to
>> submit a presentation proposal!
>> You'll need to send
>> * a title
>> * a brief description of what you want to talk about (remember that the
>> talk is only 15 minutes long - five sentences is probably plenty),
>> * and a short bio (if you're already speaking at ApacheCon, you can skip
>> this step).
>> to list.
>> What do you get out of it? If you send in your details really soon (in
>> the next 24h), we'll do our best to make sure they appear in the program
>> - and we'll be able to make sure that your talk gets printed nicely on
>> the schedule at the conference. You'll also get bragging rights, kudos
>> and karma - and you might even pick up a few new groupie^Wcommitters.
>> ApacheCon New Orleans - are you ready, for just about anything?
>> Craig & Carsten, your Fast Feather Crew
>> (NB Speaking in the Fast Feather Track does not entitle you to the full
>> range of speaker perks - you'll get a shiny badge, and your bio in the
>> program, but you won't get your travel, room or registration comped.
>> Doesn't make it any less fun though, we promise!)
>> --
>> Carsten Ziegeler

Carsten Ziegeler

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