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From Dominik Süß <dominik.su...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: adaptTo(Berlin) 2012
Date Wed, 13 Jun 2012 11:41:52 GMT
Hi Mike,

.adaptto() 2012 will happen in Berlin as planned. Today we're fixing
the location which will be http://www.supermarkt-berlin.net/en
In the next days we'll have to clarify some further organisational
details before we can launch the registration for the event.

So I just need a couple of days till I can announce all essential information.

Best regards,
Dominik

On Tue, Jun 12, 2012 at 2:27 PM, Mike Müller <mikedev@mysign.ch> wrote:
> Hi Dominik
>
> Is the .adaptTo() 2012 gonna be happen or is it at this time just an
> idea?
>
> best regards
> mike
>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Dominik Süß [mailto:dominik.suess@gmail.com]
>> Sent: Friday, June 01, 2012 2:01 PM
>> To: users@sling.apache.org; dev@sling.apache.org
>> Subject: Re: adaptTo(Berlin) 2012
>>
>> Dear Apache Sling users and developers,
>>
>> as Carsten allready announced we'll organise a 2nd Edition of
>> .adapto(Berlin) this september.
>>
>> Based on the feedback of the attendees from last years .adaptto()
>> we're trying to change some things.
>> Here are some things we'll have to / want to change:
>>
>> - Location
>> Since Betahaus on the one hand is not available at the given dates,
>> and on the other hand there was some room for improvements regarding
>> the location (like space for more pariticipants), we had to relocate
>> the event. We did find a location which fullfills all requirements
>> without losing the industrial style we had in Betahaus last year. As
>> soon as the last details have been clarified we'll anounce the
>> location.
>>
>> - Length
>> As some of you might have noticed, this years edition is three instead
>> of the two days from last year. The reason for that is that we would
>> like to give you more time for interaction and also give 'newcomers'
>> the option to learn some basics of the frameworks on day one.
>>
>> - Conference-"Style"
>> Based on the feedback we would love to see more interactive sessions
>> and workshops. But since this is again a community driven event,
>> everybody is more then welcome to discuss which topics might be worth
>> to be adressed and which style would be a matching  (workshop, front
>> session, hands-on session, lightning talk, panel discussion). We
>> really would like to have an active discussion here in the
>> mailinglists and hear from you what you would like to do or to know.
>>
>> - Topics
>> Last year we did focus on talks that did adress the whole sling stack.
>> For this year we also would like to open it for sessions focused on
>> OSGi and Contentrepository Sessions without direct connection to
>> Sling. This should open this conference to a wider community and bring
>> the communities of Apache Sling, Apache Felix and Apache Jackrabbit
>> closer together, giving you the oportunity to talk to people that have
>> a different perspective on the things we're talking about.
>>
>> We'd be happy to get some feedback of your thoughts about this
>> conference. Feedback from last years participants as well as ideas an
>> proposals from any potential participant for this year.
>>
>> Best regards,
>> Dominik
>>
>>
>> On Tue, May 22, 2012 at 5:58 PM, Carsten Ziegeler <cziegeler@apache.org> wrote:
>> > Dear Apache Sling developers and users,
>> >
>> > after last year's edition (http://adaptto.mixxt.de/) which got very
>> > good feedback from attendees, Provision and Adobe would like to
>> > organize and invite you to an event focused on our technologies, in
>> > Berlin, Germany, on September 26th-28th, called .adaptTo(Berlin) 2012.
>> >
>> > A brief description of the event follows below; please note that this
>> > is kept in a draft fashion to let the communities (Sling, Jackrabbit)
>> > shape its final content and organization. So please let us know if you
>> > are interested, what suggestions and what questions you would like to
>> > post, and, most of all: what you want to present or you would like to
>> > see presented at .adaptTo(Berlin)
>> >
>> > This is a brief description which we also put up on the web site:
>> >
>> > .adaptTo(Berlin) is a technical meetup focused on the technical stack
>> > of Apache Sling including Apache Jackrabbit and Apache Felix and is
>> > adressed to all developers using this stack or parts of it. Specific
>> > content will be focused on Adobe CQ5, the commercial WCM system whose
>> > infrastructure is based on the Sling stack and the commercial JCR
>> > Implementation Adobe CRX.
>> >
>> > This event is sponsored by Adobe Systems and pro!vision GmbH which
>> > also acts as host.
>> >
>> > The goal of this meetup is the consolidation of the experience and
>> > knowledge of the existing Apache Sling, Apache Jackrabbit and Apache
>> > Felix community and to introduce the complete Sling stack to
>> > newcomers. To achive this goal we'll try to bring developers and users
>> > (which means developers who work on top of this framework) together,
>> > talking about the framework and presenting solutions or best
>> > practices. Attendees that have not much experience with one or more
>> > parts of this stack will get the chance to get a kickstart
>> > introduction to Apache Jackrabbit, Apache Felix and Apache Sling on
>> > the first day.
>> >
>> > Day 1 of this meetup will therefore give unexperienced attendees the
>> > possiblity to learn the basic principles of this technological stack,
>> > while experienced users can set up free meetups in the style of a
>> > barcamp.
>> >
>> > Day 2 & 3 will include session on the open source Apache projects,
>> > Apache Sling, Apache Felix and Apache Jackrabbit, as well as some
>> > breakout sessions focused on Adobe CQ5 and CRX. The idea is to have a
>> > good mix of presentations, hands-on sessions, free discussions and
>> > maybe even workshops or a hackaton.
>> >
>> > Note: This is only a draft how we think this event could work, but
>> > since this is a community driven event, further planning and
>> > discussion of the contents of the meeting will be continued in the
>> > public mailinglists.
>> >
>> > where/when:
>> > Berlin, September 26-28 2012
>> >
>> > Target audience:
>> > Developers working with Sling, Jackrabbit, CQ and other related projects.
>> >
>> > Regards
>> > Carsten
>> > --
>> > Carsten Ziegeler
>> > PMC Chair Apache Sling
>> > cziegeler@apache.org

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