Re-reading that, I realize I probably need to clarify:

1) Entire PMC *+ anyone else who wants to volunteer* vote on talks. Not
just PMC.

On Tue, May 21, 2019 at 8:48 AM Joshua McKenzie <>

> 1) How about we have entire PMC vote on talks?
> 2) We need to do t-shirts. :) Do we need corporate sponsorship for that
> (i.e. $$)? I can look into that if so.
> On Tue, May 21, 2019 at 12:28 AM Nate McCall <> wrote:
>> Hi Folks,
>> As you probably know, the ApacheCon NA CFP recently closed. We received *a
>> lot* of submissions for the Cassandra track (thanks everyone!!!). 3x more
>> than any other project specific track and *almost* as much as the
>> catch-all
>> big data track.
>> Not only that, but there are a lot of good ones in there. To accommodate
>> this, we added another user-focused day (bringing us to 1 day of NGCC and
>> 2
>> days of talks) as well as another room. We'll be able to take 19 user
>> talks
>> and 9 NGCC talks.
>> If you are a committer (or by extension a PMC member) and you want to help
>> grade talks, please let me know by replying to this email and we'll get
>> you
>> setup. More instructions will follow once we get a head count. As we need
>> to get started, I'll cap the number of people to whoever has replied
>> within
>> 72 hours of sending this email.
>> Thanks again to everyone that submitted abstracts! I can't tell you how
>> happy we were to see the response once we got access to the submissions.
>> Cheers,
>> -Nate

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