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From Kay Schenk <>
Subject Fwd: PRIORITY: COMMITTER REG CODE STILL NEEDED [was Re: ApacheCon NA: CFP final days & Early Bird registration open!]
Date Fri, 09 Nov 2012 17:48:38 GMT
-- from Sally

-------- Original Message --------
NA: CFP final days & Early Bird registration open!]
Date: 	Fri, 9 Nov 2012 17:36:04 +0000 (GMT)
From: 	Sally Khudairi <>
Reply-To: 	Sally Khudairi <>
To: 	Kay Schenk <>
CC: 	ApacheCon Planners 2012-2013 <>

Hello, Kay.

The rate for Committers is $675 and is valid through 7 December.

I'm still waiting for the discount code, as it isn't in place yet. Once
we have it, we'll announce to the Committers list.

I'm copying the ApacheCon Planning team here for their follow-up. Your
email isn't the first we've received about this.

Thanks in advance, Planners, for your help with this!

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     *From:* Kay Schenk <>
     *To:* Sally Khudairi <>
     *Sent:* Friday, 9 November 2012, 12:27
     *Subject:* Re: ApacheCon NA: CFP final days & Early Bird
     registration open!

     Sally --

     Can you tell me what the "Apache Committers’ Super-Saver Rate" will
     be for this conference. It isn't listed on the registration page and
     is supposed to be in effect until Nov. 26 I think.

     Kay Schenk,


     On Fri, Nov 9, 2012 at 3:37 AM, Sally Khudairi <
     <>> wrote:

         Hello everyone --

         Two items of note regarding ApacheCon North America, taking
         place in Portland, Oregon, the last week of February 2013.

         1) Call for Presentations has been extended to Sunday, 11 November.

         ApacheCon will kick off on 24 February with two days of
         pre-conference trainings, BarCamp, and hackathon; the main
         conference + expo is 26-28 February, followed by post-conference
         sprints, workshops, and team building events through 2 March.

         This year's theme is "Open Source Community Leadership Drives
         Enterprise-Grade Innovation", showcasing the diverse
         applications and solutions made possible by Apache technologies.

         We encourage submissions that demonstrate novel uses of Apache
         products and how they are helping to shape the future, including
         proposals on technical, business, and community matters for
         audiences at all levels from beginner to expert. Demonstrations
         of real-world experience in solving specific problems are
         particularly welcome. Submit your presentation and training
         proposals at

         Dozens of Apache projects —from Abdera to Apache HTTP Server to
         Zookeeper— will be represented across popular topic areas and 
         that include: Apache Daily (everyday tools, frameworks, and
         components), ApacheEE (Java Enterprise projects at the ASF), Big
         Data, Enterprise
         Messaging & Integration, Cloud, Linked Data, Lucene/Solr &
         Friends (Smart Search & Analytics), Modular Java, NoSQL Database,
         OFBiz (Open Source Enterprise Resource Planning), Apache
         OpenOffice, Web Infrastructure, Business & Community, and many 

         Travel assistance is available for select individuals who
         qualify. To apply, visit

         Selected Speakers/Trainers will be notified on 26 November.

         2) Early-Bird registration is NOW OPEN.

         The SUPER EARLY BIRD registration rate is $1,095 ($330 less than
         last year!), but you must register by 31 December, afterwhich
         the regular registration fee of $1,395 is in effect. Sign up
         today at

         Discounted hotel room rates are also now available: we encourage
         you to book your accommodation as soon as possible, as space is
         limited. For details, visit

         Updates will be posted on the @ApacheCon Twitter feed and the
         ApacheCon Website. We look forward to seeing you in Portland!

         --the ApacheCon Planning Committee

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