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From jan i <>
Subject Re: ApacheCon track descriptions
Date Sun, 14 Dec 2014 15:41:12 GMT
Hi Sharan

Looking forward to see you in austin (there will be plenty of vegetarian
food even though its a cattle city, btw I got several complaints for not
offering vegetarian in budapest).

i had a similar problem, and it turned out to be a spam isolation/detection
problem. Nick Burch waved a magic stick and I could edit.

have a nice day
jan i

ps. how about making a paper "what can ofbiz do for asf?"

On Sunday, December 14, 2014, Sharan Foga <> wrote:

> Hi
> I've written a summary for the OFBiz track but am having problems editing
> the wiki to copy it in. Logging in is fine but I cant change anything.
> Please can someone check that I've got edit access?
> Thanks
> Sharan
> On 12/12/2014 17:25, Ross Gardler (MS OPEN TECH) wrote:
>> Track organizers you have a small job to do...
>> Sally is working up a marketing campaign to align with ApacheCon. This is
>> a campaign for the foundation not for ApacheCon itself, however it will run
>> during the push for attendees and is intended to both ride on the ApacheCon
>> press and contribute to it.
>> In order to help Sally plan this campaign can you please provide a 3-5
>> sentence description of your track in the wiki (
>> apachecon/ACNA2015ContentCommittee). Don't worry about the details.
>> We'll help flesh out a more "marketing friendly" set of words. We just need
>> some guidance on what your track will contain.
>> As an example here's what I wrote for my cloud track:
>> "The cloud changes everything. The Apache Software Foundation changes
>> everything. This track will focus on how The Apache Software Foundation
>> and, more specifically, the Apache projects are often found at the core of
>> the latest and greatest innovations in IT. Sessions in this track will show
>> how the Apache Way enables the largest and the smallest of companies to
>> work together to redefine IT. We'll also take a look into the future of
>> cloud computing and how Apache projects fit into, even defines, that
>> future."
>> Ross

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