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Developers / Users

ApacheCon is the official face to face meeting of httpd (and other Apache project) developers. While all the technical decisions defer to the mailing lists, excluding no one, it is still often helpful to the project to enjoy face to face high speed bandwidth and sharing of ideas. At the Hackathon, developers sit down to help one another and the project through the more complex puzzles. At the Sessions, users can learn from the official committers and other learned experts about specific features or solutions for httpd. The Trainings are more costly but more comprehensive classroom experiences. And at the occasional BOF (Birds of a Feather), developers and users come together to confront the challenges they face on a daily basis.

ApacheCon North America 2016 at the Hyatt Regency in Vancouver

Expected Conference / Meetup attendees interested in HTTPD:





Eric Covener

End of day Sunday through Friday


sync up w/ covener AT gmail.com

Jim Riggs

Monday afternoon through Friday


sync up w/ jim AT riggs DOT me

Daniel Ruggeri

Tuesday afternoon through Saturday morning


DRuggeri primary net


Users / Meetups

Apache is "supported" by a community of peer users. You get back what you offer up. If you are friendly in seeking help, you will find help, and you are expected to offer some back in the future.

Face2Face (last edited 2016-07-06 22:14:54 by thumbs)