No, nobody has done.

On Wed, Nov 28, 2018, 07:54 Daniel Ruggeri < wrote:

> We've traditionally had a day or two of content for httpd... has anyone
> added an item to the form? I cannot see the backing database/spreadsheet in
> the apachecon gsuite location...
> If not, I can propose and coordinate the track... hopefully with others
> (Daniel?, Bill?) who are also on planners@, providing backup as I become
> busy at the start of the semester.
> --
> Daniel Ruggeri
> On November 27, 2018 8:30:51 AM CST, Rich Bowen <> wrote:
>> Save the date: ApacheCon North America will be held in Las Vegas, at the
>> Flamingo Hotel, September 9th through 12th, 2019. This is our 20th
>> anniversary event, and we really want you, your project, and its
>> community, to be involved.
>> If you want to be part of making this event happen, please join the
>> privately-archived planners@ mailing list by sending email to
>> from your email address.
>> A call for presentations will be announced soon. You should start giving
>> some thought to what story your project wants to tell at this event, and
>> working with your project community to craft presentations around that
>> story.
>> We will have a number of spaces for projects to conduct project summits,
>> hackathons, or mini-conferences, lasting anywhere from a half day to the
>> entire four days of the event.
>> If your project, or group of several related projects, would like to
>> claim an entire track (one, two, or three days of content) and craft
>> that story yourselves, please propose your track or summit here:
>> The deadline for proposing a project/topic event is January 7th, (The
>> first Monday of the new year) so that we can reflect these topics in the
>> CFP.
>> If your project holds your own standalone events(s) please consider
>> co-locating with ApacheCon this coming year. We’ll help you promote your
>> event, both as part of ApacheCon, and as its own brand. You get the best
>> of both worlds - you get your own event, with control of your content,
>> and you get to be part of a larger convention with a broader audience.
>> This is your conference, and we are counting on you to step up and make
>> it yours.
>> Stay tuned for more information, on the planners list, and on our
>> Twitter account @apachecon. And we look forward to seeing you to see you
>> in Vegas in September!
>> Rich Bowen, VP Conferences, and the ApacheCon Planners

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