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From Niclas Hedhman <nic...@hedhman.org>
Subject Fwd: Your Submission for ApacheCon North America was accepted!
Date Sat, 05 Mar 2016 02:36:53 GMT
And remarkably this talk as well....  !!!!!

I didn't really expect this. Am I that good in writing submission papers?


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From: <events@linuxfoundation.org>
Date: Sat, Mar 5, 2016 at 5:23 AM
Subject: Your Submission for ApacheCon North America was accepted!
To: niclas@hedhman.org
Cc: maillog@conferenceabstracts.com

Dear Niclas,

Congratulations, your submission has been accepted for ApacheCon North
*Resurrecting FORTH*

The event is May 11-13, 2016 at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver in Vancouver,
British Columbia and we ask that you please review the information below
regarding your talk and complete all required items to confirm your
speaking engagement.

Important Note: We have switched CFP systems since you submitted your
proposal(s) for this event. The original CFP dashboard you used is no
longer updated or being used. You will be sent instructions on how to
access the new CFP dashboard (Cadmium).

*Registration + Multiple Speakers*
To confirm that you will be presenting, please register
a speaker by Friday March 11th. Please select the Speaker Registration
option and use the access code: *APSPK16*

In the instance that your submission has multiple presenters, only the
primary speaker for a proposal will receive a complimentary pass for the
event. Additional speakers will receive 20% off the registration fee.
Please ask additional speakers to register
an Attendee and in the discount code box use code: *APSPK2*. For panel
discussions, all panelists will receive a complimentary event pass.

If you are not registered by Friday, March 11th, there is a possibility
that your speaking slot will be replaced by a session on our waiting list,
so please register promptly.

*Schedule & Uploading a Bio/Photo*
You will receive information on logging into your Cadmium account where you
will find instructions to complete speaker tasks such as uploading your bio
and photo; so please make sure to log-in and confirm your details.

The schedule will be published by Tuesday, March 8th and we will send you
an email at that time detailing the date, time and location of your talk.

If you have a conflict with the timing of your talk, or find that it
conflicts with another talk scheduled at the same time; or have problems
logging into your account, please contact Jillian Hall

*Hotel Reservations*
We’ve negotiated a discounted room rate at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver for
$249 CAD (plus taxes and fees) and we encourage you to book as soon as
possible. The discounted rate is available until Friday, April 15th, 2016
and the rooms are available on a first come- first serve basis.

To book your room at this rate, please click here

*Slide Due Date*
We will be contacting speakers as we get closer to the event but please
note that your presentation slides are due on Wednesday, April 27. These
can be submitted through your Cadmium account.

*Technical Requirements*
Each session room will include a screen, projector and 2 microphones. The
second mic will be used for questions, so make sure you leave time at the
end of your talk. All speakers will need to supply their own computer to
use during their sessions. Screens will be in 16:9 format and please upload
your slides to Cadmium two weeks before the event. If you require any
additional AV, please contact Jillian Hall <jhall@linuxfoundation.org> with
those needs by Wednesday, March 30th.

*Visa Letter Requests + Travel Fund Requests*
If you require a visa letter, please register for the event, and then make
your request here

For travel assistance, please apply directly to the Apache Travel
Assistance Committee (TAC). You can find further details on the travel page
<http://www.apache.org/travel/> and please use the webapp
<https://tac-apply.apache.org/>to apply.

The deadline has been extended through 12:00pm PST on Saturday, March 5th
so don't miss the amazing opportunity to apply directly
<https://tac-apply.apache.org/> to the TAC here

*Code of Conduct*
Please read, and abide, by our code of conduct, which can be found here

We ask that speakers especially review this code of conduct and are
especially inclusive in the words and images used during their presentation.

*Promoting Your Talk*We want to thank you for speaking and we appreciate
you spreading the word about your presentation on Twitter
<https://twitter.com/linuxfoundation> #ApacheCon, LinkedIn
<https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-linux-foundation>, Google+
<https://plus.google.com/+LinuxfoundationOrg/posts> and Facebook

Below are some sample generic social media posts we invite you to use. We
encourage you to draft your own posts incorporating the topic of your

   - I will be speaking at ApacheCon North America, May 11-13 in Vancouver.
      Learn more at http://bit.ly/Mwd3XB #ApacheCon
      - Join me at ApacheCon North America in Vancouver, May 11-13.
      Register today at http://bit.ly/1kxTe0E

*Questions*If you have any questions about the event or your speaking
details, please do not hesitate to email Jillian Hall.

As we get closer to the program, we will be sending out reminders and the
final logistical details.

Once again, thank you in advance for your participation and we look forward
to seeing you at ApacheCon North America!

Kind Regards,
The Linux Foundation Events Team and the ApacheCon 2016 Program Committee
[image: tracking image from conferenceabstracts]

Niclas Hedhman, Software Developer
http://zest.apache.org - New Energy for Java

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