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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: What would it take for you to attend ApacheCon North America in April 2015
Date Fri, 12 Dec 2014 14:55:13 GMT
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Tim,

On 12/12/14 9:26 AM, Tim Funk wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 8, 2014 at 4:39 PM, Mark Thomas <markt@apache.org>
> wrote:
>> 
>> The call for papers is currently open for ApacheCon North America
>> in April 2015. While I could submit some talks on what ever
>> Tomcat related subject I fancy talking about, I'd prefer to talk
>> about what you want to hear.
>> 
>> So, with that in mind what Tomcat talk(s) would need to be on
>> the schedule for you to be able to (convince your manager to let
>> you) attend ApacheCon North America next year?
>> 
>> 
> 
> Can't attend ... but I'll throw out 4 fun [YMMV] ideas in case
> there is interest by someone else ... - Security year in review ...
> My heart bled POODLE and other reasons I was kept up at night.

Amusingly enough, Sander Temme was giving his presentation at
ApacheCon NA 2014 on the "State of the SSL Union" when great number of
audience members first heard about Heartbleed - I was certainly
amongst those. A bunch of people walked out immediately to go call
clients and everyone else had their mobile phones out, furiously
sending emails and text messages.

I would imagine that Sander will give another presentation on the same
topic, so this one will probably be covered. Anyone who might be
interested in attending could bet on such a presentation.

> - On the road[map] again, possible inclusions in the next servlet
> spec and how that will affect the next Tomcat release.

+1

> - Non-blocking IO. Is everything awesome?

+1

NIO is the default connector in Tomcat 8.x and BIO is already gone
from trunk/9.0, so everyone needs to get with the NIO program.

> - Getting the cat back in the bag. Deploying your apps in Tomcat on
> Docker.

+1

Who doesn't love scripting Maven (which was invented to avoid scripting!)?

:)

- -chris
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