I’ll be posting (probably a little late) the story of what I did at ApacheCon US 2008 this year. To save the regular readers of my blog some column inches, I’ll post updates over here, instead of in my mainline blog feed.
One question I do have: it seems like the blogosphere was awfully quiet about ApacheCon in the past couple of months. There are certainly dozens+ of ASF committers and PlanetApache’ers who are daily blogging about interesting stuff now that the conference has started, and that’s great for the existing community to keep up on the conference.
But why weren’t more people blogging in advance – at a time that would help draw new attendees, or would allow people to make plans ahead of time? Just wonderin’.