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From Leif Hedstrom <>
Subject Fwd: [ANNOUNCE] CFP open for ApacheCon North America 2016
Date Wed, 25 Nov 2015 21:46:34 GMT

> Begin forwarded message:
> From: Rich Bowen <>
> Date: November 25, 2015 at 12:32:10 PM EST
> To: Rich Bowen <>
> Subject: [ANNOUNCE] CFP open for ApacheCon North America 2016
> Community growth starts by talking with those interested in your
> project. ApacheCon North America is coming, are you?
> We are delighted to announce that the Call For Presentations (CFP) is
> now open for ApacheCon North America. You can submit your proposed
> sessions at
> for big data talks and
> for all other topics.
> ApacheCon North America will be held in Vancouver, Canada, May 9-13th
> 2016. ApacheCon has been running every year since 2000, and is the place
> to build your project communities.
> While we will consider individual talks we prefer to see related
> sessions that are likely to draw users and community members. When
> submitting your talk work with your project community and with related
> communities to come up with a full program that will walk attendees
> through the basics and on into mastery of your project in example use
> cases. Content that introduces what's new in your latest release is also
> of particular interest, especially when it builds upon existing well
> know application models. The goal should be to showcase your project in
> ways that will attract participants and encourage engagement in your
> community, Please remember to involve your whole project community (user
> and dev lists) when building content. This is your chance to create a
> project specific event within the broader ApacheCon conference.
> Content at ApacheCon North America will be cross-promoted as
> mini-conferences, such as ApacheCon Big Data, and ApacheCon Mobile, so
> be sure to indicate which larger category your proposed sessions fit into.
> Finally, please plan to attend ApacheCon, even if you're not proposing a
> talk. The biggest value of the event is community building, and we count
> on you to make it a place where your project community is likely to
> congregate, not just for the technical content in sessions, but for
> hackathons, project summits, and good old fashioned face-to-face networking.
> -- 

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