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Press Release (22 May 2000)
Roderic Olvera Young
THE APACHE SOFTWARE FOUNDATION BRINGS OPEN-SOURCE SOFTWARE CONFERENCE
ApacheCon Europe 2000 Will Provide Focus For Apache And Open-Source
Software Developments For The European Community
LONDON, 22 May, 2000 - The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) today
announced ApacheCon Europe 2000, the first European conference
and exhibit for Apache-related and open-source software, will
take place at the Olympia Conference Centre in London on 23-25
Key members of the ASF include recognized leaders and innovators
in the open-source software community. The ASF, a not-for-profit
organization developing and supporting open-source projects worldwide,
is the home of several industry-defining initiatives, including
the award-winning Apache Server - the most widely used server
product on the Internet today - as well as XML-Apache, Jakarta
and Java-Apache projects.
ApacheCon Europe 2000 will provide a European focus to enable
all those involved in open-source software projects to meet many
of the Apache developers, get an update on the latest advances
and provide input to this exciting debate.
"We are pleased to present ApacheCon Europe 2000 in response
to growing European interest in open-source software, and ensure
that the key players in the European open-source community can
bring their unique expertise to bear on issues and activities
that will play a vital role in the development of computing,"
said ASF Chairman Roy T. Fielding. "We anticipate ApacheCon Europe
2000 to be the event of the year in open-source software in Europe
and are currently lining up leading industry keynote speakers."
ApacheCon Europe 2000 follows a highly successful ApacheCon 2000,
the first Apache users' conference held in Orlando Florida in
March, where keynote speakers included Alfred Z. Spector, Senior
Technical Strategist for Application Frameworks and former General
Manager of Marketing & Strategy for IBM's middleware business,
Brian Behlendorf, Founder and CTO of Collab.Net, and President
of the ASF, and Patricia Sueltz, President, Software Products
and Platforms, Sun Microsystems.
Further details on the conference program, speakers and venue
are available at
In addition, event and registration information is available through the
ApacheCon mailing list; please send a blank email message to:
email@example.com to receive email notifications.
For exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities please contact Jeff
Wainhause on: +1.212.251.0006, extension 11, or by email at
For press registration, contact Dan Chappell on:
+44.1273.675100 or by email at
ApacheCon Europe 2000 is presented by The Apache Software Foundation
and produced by Camelot Communications.
ABOUT THE APACHE SOFTWARE FOUNDATION
The Apache Software Foundation provides organizational, legal,
and financial support for the Apache open-source software projects.
Formed by members of the Apache Group, the group still exists
beyond the participation of individual volunteers, to enable
contributions of intellectual property and financial support,
and to provide a vehicle for limiting legal exposure while participating
in open-source projects. For more information on the Apache Software
Foundation, please see