Perhaps a good use of the http://conference.postgresql.org/ site is to
serve as a guide to upcoming conferences and a historical reference to
On 8/30/07, Joshua D. Drake <jd(at)commandprompt(dot)com> wrote:
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> > Don't forget pgcon (Ottawa) , it's the one venue that many Europeans feel comfortable when coming to North America.
> I didn't forget it, but it is not one that "I" am planning :). Dan has
> already spoken up, I am glad to see it is happening again this year.
> Joshua D. Drake
> > On Thursday 30 August 2007 11:50, Joshua D. Drake wrote:
> >> Some in the community are planning a series of conferences throughout
> >> the next 12 months. Here are the conferences that I am currently working
> >> on. Each of these conferences are 1 or 2 day talk sessions, with a
> >> dinner and party.
> >> PostgreSQL Conference Fall 2007
> >> This one has been announced, it is in Portland, Oregon at PSU.
> >> PostgreSQL Conference Winter 2008
> >> This one is in the works and about to be announced. It will track
> >> along SCALE in Los Angeles, CA in February 2008. I would also like to
> >> have one one the east coast and having been talking with Robert Treat
> >> about possibilities there. If you can help here, it would be great.
> >> PostgreSQL Conference Summer 2008
> >> This is actually two opportunities. OSCON 2008 and LWE. The OSCON
> >> track is fairly assured. I am starting to work on LWE as well.
> >> I know that there are other conferences, specifically in Europe that are
> >> PostgreSQL specific. I would like to know where and if those are still
> >> planned so:
> >> 1. The fund raising group can help if needed
> >> 2. We can make sure that the communication channels are open
> >> 3. We get the conferences documented so everyone knows what is going on.
> >> 4. We can work together in case there is something one conference needs
> >> that another doesn't etc...
> >> Sincerely,
> >> Joshua D. Drake
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