FYI for anyone interested in running a training session at ApacheCon this year.

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

E-mail: mrglavas@apache.org

Rich Bowen <rbowen@rcbowen.com> wrote on 04/02/2010 08:06:04 AM:

> Dear PMCs,
>
> I'm coming to you first because you know (and in some cases, you are)  
> the very best trainers and most knowledgeable people in the area of  
> your project. We need your help gathering the best training sessions  
> for ApacheCon North America 2010 in Atlanta.
>
> Here's what we need:
>
> Training sessions, either half day (3 hours), full day (6 hours), or 2-
> day (12 hours). We need a description of the training and the speaker,  
> put into the wiki, here: http://wiki.apache.org/httpd/
> ApacheCon2010AtlantaTraining
>
> Here's what you get:
>
> If your training class is selected, you get:
>
> * Nights in the hotel:
> Half-day training: 3 nights for one trainer
> Full-day training: 4 nights for one trainer
> Two-Day training: 5 nights for one trainer
>
> * Travel allowance up to $850.00 USD – will be paid within 30 day of  
> conference completion and the receipt of travel costs.
>
> * Compensation
> If your class sells the minimum number of seats (11), you'll get a cut  
> of the profits:
>    * Two-Day and One-Day trainers will receive $1,000.00
>    * Half-Day Trainers will receive $600.00
>    * 25% of any registration after 15 people (i.e attendee 16 will be  
> split 25% and 75% with the conference)
>
> Please share these details with your developer lists, and with any  
> individuals who you know to be good trainers in your particular topic.  
> Please let me know any questions you have.
>
> --
> Rich Bowen, for the ApacheCon Conference Committee
> rbowen@apache.org