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Apache has a booth at JavaOne 2005.

NOTICE : Badge Process Will be Here

We have a limited number of badges and have to carefully manage and track them to ensure that we can have as many people at the booth as possible. Please watch this space for more information. The protocol will be something like :

1) We'll have several contact #'s to call for help

Geir : +1 203 665 6437

2) Project reps that need a badge to access the show should arrive 5 mins in front of Moscone South. Someone from the booth will meet you with a pass.

PLEASE NOTE CHANGE TO MOSCONE SOUTH. THE EXHIBIT HALL IS THERE BUT YOU CAN'T GET IN W/O BADGE

3) We must give the passes back and keep careful control so we don't find ourselves unable to get in - WE HAVE ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER.

WATCH THIS SPACE

Booth Hours

June 27 : 11am-6:30pm

June 28 : 11am-7pm

June 29 : 11am-7pm

Staffing Pool

Please put your name next to the project you wish to help represent. If your project isn't on the list, add it. Also, please put down the times when you *cannot* attend. Also, put your name in as many projects as you can. That way we have flexibility in covering all the slots - we'll work to minimize each person's time commitment.

Project

Representatives

Geronimo

Geir, Dain, Jeremy, David, Jeff Genender, Jules

Harmony

Geir, Ian Darwin

Xalan

John Gentilin

Jakarta

Martin Cooper, Tim O'Brien, Scott Sanders, Felipe Leme, Don Brown

Portals

David Taylor

HTTPD

Sander Temme, Justin and Aaron

Web Services

Glen Daniels, Ian Springer

Ant

Conor MacNeill

Maven

Jason Van Zyl, Brett Porter, Felipe Leme, Dan Diephouse (not on 29th)

MyFaces

Bill Dudney, Manfred Geiler, Thomas Spiegl, Martin Marinschek

Struts

Martin Cooper, Don Brown

Tomcat

Ian Darwin, Tim Funk

Schedule

  • == project confirmed time. Please make sure each slot has two

    Date

    11am-1pm

    1pm-3pm

    3pm-5pm

    5pm-7pm

    6/27

    Geronimo*/Jakarta(Scott)*

    Harmony*/Struts

    Xalan/Tomcat

    Jakarta/Ant*

    6/28

    Portals*/WS

    HTTPD/Geronimo

    MyFaces*/Harmony

    WS

    6/29

    Ant*/Portals*

    Maven*/Ant*

    Struts/HTTPD

    Tomcat/Xalan


Marketing Material

1) We will have lovely tri-fold pamphlets to give out. 10k of them in fact. Give them out. Scott Sanders will be bringing the brochures, trying to get them to the booth before 11am.

2) We are part of the J2EE "Treasure Hunt" - people will come by the booth to get a stamp for a "treasure map" - if they get enough stamps, they get a book. We should try to make them hear a 10 second pitch about hte ASF or the projects there, and take a pamphlet?

3) We will be raffling off some free books. We'll have a hat or a container for business cards, and we're going to have a drawing at a set time each day the Pavilion is open. People have to be present at the drawing, so we don't have to worry about mailing books to winners. [TO: every day at 5 PM is a good arbitrary number. The Pavillion is open from 11:00 AM to 6:30 PM on Monday, and to 7:00 PM on Tuesday and Wednesday, so 5 PM is a good, round number. I'll be there to pick up/drop off books on Monday AM.]

  • Could you author guys check with yours respective editors/publishers if that would be possible?
    • List of Donated Books
      • Maven: Developer's Notebook - 5 copies (could be 10 if we don't get enough for Monday)
    • Publishers
      • O'Reilly - Contacted - should be dropping off some titles Monday AM
      • Manning -
      • Wrox -

Related Presentations

It might be a good idea if we could have a quick handout of sessions, BOFs, and events related to the ASF.

This has been "completed", will be printed on Sunday. Please review this PDF by Sunday Morning. http://brahe.discursive.com/ASF-JavaOne.pdf

JavaOne Sessions, Labs, and BOFs

You can view the current session, BOF catalog at this url: https://www28.cplan.com/javaone05_93_1/sessions_catalog.jsp

ID

Title

Date/Time

Location

Project

Who

BOF-9038

BOF : The Apache Geronimo Project

 

 

Apache Geronimo

Geronimo community

BOF-9237

Inside Axis 2: A Next-Generation Web Services Toolkit

 

 

Axis

 

BOF-9286

XMLBeans 2.0 - A Java™ Developer's Perspective

 

 

XMLBeans

Raj Alagumalai, Jacob Danner

BOF-9330

Getting to Know Your Inner Maven

 

 

Maven

Jason Van Zyl

[BOF-9371

https://www28.cplan.com/javaone05_93_1/session_details.jsp?isid=271371]

The Apache Beehive Framework

29-JUN-05 08:30 PM

Meeting Rm 105

Beehive

Eddie O'Neil

BOF-9994

Web Services on Steroids: Taking Web Services to the Next Level Using Apache's Implementations of WSRF, WSN, and MUWS

 

 

Apollo, Hermes, Muse

Ian Springer, Sal Campana

[BOF-0535

https://www28.cplan.com/javaone05_93_1/session_details.jsp?isid=271535]

Where Is the Bottleneck? A Quantitative Study of the Impact of MVC Frameworks

29-JUN-05 07:30 PM

G. Gate B1

Struts and MyFaces (among others)

Felipe Leme

LAB-4205

Basic Struts Programming

 

 

Struts

 

TS-5960

Tapestry in Action

 

 

Tapestry

H. L. Ship

TS-7011

Architectural Overview of the Apache Geronimo Project

 

 

Geronimo

Jeremy Boynes

TS-7397

Shale: The Next Struts?

 

 

Struts, Shale

Craig M.

TS-7642

Web Framework Smackdown

 

 

Various (Tapestry, Struts, Cocoon)

H. L. Ship

TS-7722

The Apache Harmony Project

 

 

Harmony (incubation)

Geir M.

Other Events involving ASF projects

Here's a section for other presentations not on the official conference list. Please add more to this list as you see fit.

Date/Time

Location

Title

Project

Who

6/27 6:30PM

Oracle Booth

Project Automation and Management with Maven

Maven

TO

6/28 11:30AM

Oracle Booth

(ditto)

 

 

6/29 2:00PM

Oracle Mini-theatre

Apache MyFaces - Open Source JavaServer Faces

MyFaces

Manfred Geiler, Martin Marinschek, and Thomas Spiegl

Apache Web Of Trust

Just a reminder that conferences are a great time to swap fingerprints for public keys used to sign ASF releases. The Apache Web of Trust still needs a lot of work. Public key signatures are an increasingly important part of the ASF infrastructure. So, please make remember to have your fingerprint with you.

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