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From "J.Lance Wilkinson" <jl...@psu.edu>
Subject Re: ApacheCon NA 2014 ??
Date Fri, 04 Oct 2013 20:20:58 GMT
Nick Burch wrote:
> On Mon, 4 Mar 2013, J.Lance Wilkinson wrote:
>> So I couldn't identify who to ask about this while AT the conference, 
>> and realize that this, unlike most conferences that I've attended over 
>> the decades, is not common practice with ApacheCon, but I'll ask it 
>> anyway since the funding controllers here always want to know with a 
>> reasonable degree of accuracy as they go into annual fiscal renewal 
>> mode in May:
>>
>> Any determination of IF/WHEN/WHERE and [within some reasonable 
>> ballpark] HOW MUCH for ApacheCon NA 2014?
> 
> Best guess is 2-3 months until that's all known (the Conference 
> committee needs to review how ACNA 13 went, decide, then work with the 
> producer). If you need to put in a budget request shortly, I'd suggest 
> you put in for a similar number to Portland, as it's likely to be in the 
> same ballpark
> 
> (Based on how the discussions went, and how things are going now those 
> have been brought back to the list, any Europe decisions are likely to 
> be several months further on than ACNA ones)
> 
> Nick

	It's now been 7 months since the suggestion that in 2-3 months
	the questions with regard to ApacheCon NA 2014 would be answered.

	I've yet to see those answers, so I'll ask again:

	Any determination of IF/WHEN/WHERE and [within some reasonable
	ballpark] HOW MUCH for ApacheCon NA 2014?

	Those of us who have to beg/borrow/steal funding and training/travel
	hours to attend need to know so we can plan appropriately.

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