Location: Stuttgart, Germany
Dates: July 18-22, 2005
From the homepage:
"ApacheConEurope, the official conference of the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) will be held July 18-22 in Stuttgart, Germany.
For the forth consecutive year, half- and full-day pre-conference tutorials offer real world insight, techniques, and methodologies pivotal to the increasing demand for Open Source software. Topics include Scalable Internet Architectures, Web Services, PHP, mod_perl, Apache HTTP Server, Java, XML, and Subversion.
ApacheCon Europe 2005 will present immense opportunities to listen to internationally distinguished Open Source leaders, developers and architects like Noel Bergman, Brian Fitzpatrick, Cliff Schmidt, Sander Striker, and Carsten Ziegler.
The three main conference days offer a wide range of beginner, intermediate and advanced sessions. ApacheCon attendees have more than 70 sessions to choose from, to learn firsthand the latest developments of key Open-Source projects including the Apache HTTP Server, the world's most popular web server software.
With plenty of room for networking and peer discussions, attendees can meet ASF Members and participants during the ApacheCon Expo, evening events, Birds Of a Feather sessions and a number of informal social gatherings."
No special plans, but a debian-women project member will be present.
If you are planning to come, let us know!