Archive for February, 2006

Apachecon Europe 2006 in Dublin

Posted on February 17, 2006, under apache, general.

After very nearly happening some time ago, some backroom lobbying, lots of hard work and slogging from the planners and who knows what else, Apachecon Europe 2006 will be in Dublin, Ireland!

From: Rich Bowen 
Date: Fri, 17 Feb 2006 15:30:11 -0500
To: announce@apachecon.com
Subject: ApacheCon EU 2006

The ApacheCon Planners are pleased to announce that ApacheCon Europe
2006 will be held in Dublin, Ireland, at the Burlington Hotel
(http://www.jurysdoyle.com/ireland/doyle_burlington.htm), June 26-30.
Further details to follow as they are available. CFP to follow shortly.

Please feel free to spread this information far and wide. 

--
Rich Bowen

Apachecon’s are absolutely brilliant events, and not just for us committer folk, they are a great place to meet the people who make software tick, discuss new ideas, learn new skills and have a great time.

ApacheCon US 2005

(large version). Pictured (Clockwise from bottom left): Dirk-Willem van Gulik, Me, Henri Yandell, Greg Stein, Wilfredo Sánchez, Sander Striker, Justin Erenkrantz at the ApacheCon US 2005 Hackathon. More here from Julian Cash.

It will be in swish Burlington Hotel, a mere 10 minutes talk from the City Centre, a stop on the Aircoach route and well-connected by major roads. See you there!

Digital Rights Ireland now accepting donations

Posted on February 10, 2006, under general.

Digital Rights Ireland, a group of which I am a director, is now accepting donations. Read more about it from the Digital Rights Ireland blog; DRI is looking for your support.