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Welcome to the Concom Planning wiki

This wiki is restricted to the ASF Conferences Committee and invited parties. You're not allowed to see its contents unless you're an ASF member, a member of the concom committee, or an invited conference producer. So, most likely, you should just "go away" - Sorry! If not, you can email concom at apache dot org to request access and they'll evaluate your request.

If you add a page, don't forget to put a pointer to it here so it can be found.

Publicly Available Items

ApacheCon NA 2013 Planning

Smaller Events (BarCamps, Retreats, Hackathons etc)

  • Event In A Box - information for those wanting to put on their own Apache branded event

  • PMCsAtApacheRetreats - Information for PMCs on why they might want to get involved in a particular Apache Retreat

  • BarCampNotes - Notes on things that BarCamp organisers need to do, and when they need to be done by


Concom/Planners-Private Items

Historical Information

In the past (e.g. 2005 and earlier) the concom started using this wiki to do more planning activities, but then switched back to using the mailing lists. All information below is probably outdated at the current date (Feb 2009).

ApacheCon EU 2012 Planning

ApacheCon NA 2010 Planning

ApacheCon US 2009 detail plans

ApacheCon EU 2009 / 2008

For temporary posterity.

ToDo Stuff

Planning stuff: old FireSwamp database system

Please see the master FireSwamp page, which lists all pages related to past conferences, and especially to the old database and it's procedures.

Events - 2005 Era

How to use this site

This wiki is powered by MoinMoin. Note: This wiki is private for concom only! If you have information that can be released to a wider audience, you should really use the ApacheCon wiki! For granting access, please see AccessControl.

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