Forwarding on behalf of the ApacheCon US 2009 Team.

Michael Glavassevich
XML Parser Development
IBM Toronto Lab
E-mail: mrglavas@ca.ibm.com

E-mail: mrglavas@apache.org

Sally Khudairi <sk@apache.org> wrote on 08/07/2009 09:55:10 PM:

> Sign up for ApacheCon US by 14 August and save up to $500!
>
> This year's ApacheCon US promises to deliver our most extensive
> program to date, and largest anticipated gathering of the global
> Apache community to celebrate the ASF's milestone 10th Anniversary.
> The San Francisco Bay Area is where the very first ASF official user
> conference was held, and we hope that you will join us in
> celebrating the ASF's success!
>
> Apache members, code contributors, users, developers, system
> administrators, business managers, service providers, and vendors
> will convene 2-6 November in Oakland, California, for a week of
> training, presentations, sharing and hacking. ApacheCon US 2009
> features new content tracks, MeetUps, and GetTogethers, as well as a
> number of events open to the public free of charge, such as the
> Hackathon and 2-day BarCampApache, in appreciation of their support
> over the past decade.
>
> Be sure to register by 14 August to save up to $500! To sign up, visit
> http://www.us.apachecon.com/
>
> Those wishing to attend ApacheCon, but may be unable to do so due to
> financial reasons are encouraged to apply for Travel Assistance by
> completing the form at http://www.apache.org/travel/ Financial
> support for flights, accommodation, subsistence, and conference fees
> are availablAnyone involved in Open Source is welcome to apply for
> financial support for flights, accommodation, subsistence and
> Conference fees. Hurry, applications close on 17 August.
>
> Conference sponsor, exhibitor, and community partnerships are also
> available: please contact Delia Frees at delia@apachecon.com for details.
>
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