This wiki page has been setup to help track ASF participation at JBCNconf: who will be there, what is being organised, which projects will be represented, etc.

What is JBCNconf?

JBCNconf is a big Java and JVM conference in Spain that takes place each year in Barcelona.

WhereWhenDescriptionCFP opensCFP closes
Barcelona18 to 20 July 2022JBCNConf

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Why is the ASF attending JBCNConf?

The ASF is one of the open source foundations that represent the most projects and - add something -, the goal is give the ASF projects a home in the event. An ASF booth at JBCNconf can send a clear message that the ASF

  • is not only httpd and AOO but is a home to a 300+ projects that cover the full range of established and incubating projects where innovation happens
  • is every bit as relevant as the FSF and are the source of a HUGE amount of very important free software in use today and we need to promote and let people know about this
  • is always looking for people to become involved with its projects and communities
  • is involved with ?? projects being presented at JBCNconf

Presentations from ASF Contributors / Speakers

If you are speaking at JBCNConf then please add the details of your talk here.


API Gateway Plugin Development in Java

Bobur Umurzokov[Waiting for Event Review Status]









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Devrooms relevant to ASF projects

As well as the main conference tracks there are several devrooms which may be a good fit for some of our ASF projects. These are as follows:

  • To be added.

Apache projects present at JBCNConf and planning 'office hours' at ASF table

If you are going to be at JBCNConf and would like to spend some time on the ASF booth talking about or promoting your project then please add your details to the table below.

Projects will typically be allotted 3-4 hours each (depending on how many projects show up). We'll try to tie projects to their representative, so one only has to be at the booth for 3-4 hours in total.

ProjectContactPresence at boothHours (tentative)
Setupjfclere@gmail.comYesMonday 07h00-08h00

Apache APISIXBobur UmurzokovYes2




We need people to be at the booth and help in general. The booth will need to be manned with at least x people (which of course can be different people)





Bobur Umurzokovbumurzaqov2@gmail.comYes

Arrival / Departure Schedule

If you are going to be at JBCNconf and want to meetup with other people from Apache projects then please add your details to the table below.

Depending on the number of people and the dates an informal social event may be organised.

NameContactArrival DateDepartureInterested in Social Event?



There will be a rotation between projects, allotting each project roughly 4 hours to showcase their project and hand out swag etc.

We'll have an ASF banner.  Projects are welcome to bring their own banners and have them displayed when they are represented at the booth.


Please add your project name to the list below if you would like some of your stickers to be available at the Apache booth during JBCNConf. We do have some stickers left over from ApacheCon that we will be giving away at JBCNconf so will check if we already have some in stock.

Project NameComments

We will have a portion of ASF swag to give away:

  • ITEM1
Remember: Projects can bring their own marketing material to distribute on the booth

Marketing and messages

For the booth to become a success we need to do both internal and external marketing. We will be promoting JBCN on the Community Development mailing lists and will ask Sally to help us draw a blog post and news bulletin.

It might be good to send an email out to all our projects as the conference is completely free.


dev@community.a.o is currently being used for all JBCNConf communication.

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