ApacheCon US 2008

Posted by Jim Jagielski on Friday, October 31. 2008 in ASF

On Sunday, I'll be leaving to attend ApacheCon US 2008, which is located in New Orleans. I'm really looking forward to the conference, which I'll also be presenting at as well. In fact, this is one of the busier ApacheCons, having 4 presentations (the State Of The Feather, Apache Nuts to Bolts (which I'm co-presenting with Bill Rowe and Rich Bowen), Sponsoring the ASF and Advanced Reverse Proxy in Apache 2.2). Plus, it looks like a lot of meetings, interviews and other brikabrak going on as well, so it promises to be a pretty full week. As always, I'm also looking forward to seeing and spending time with so many friends, people who I don't get the opportunity to see nearly often enough. As much as I really enjoy the technical exchange, I also like the deep social aspects of ApacheCon as well. We know how to code, but we also know how to kick back and enjoy ourselves. Are you going to ApacheCon? You should!


Posted by Jim Jagielski on Monday, October 20. 2008 in ASF

I was so busy traveling and pushing out 2.2.10 that I didn't even blog about it. Well, better late than never: Apache HTTP Server 2.2.10 is released... enjoy.

Nov 4

Posted by Jim Jagielski on Wednesday, October 8. 2008 in Personal

If this election indicates anything, it's that people will vote for whoever they want to, no matter what and no matter how much rationalization is required. Ignore inconvenient facts; explain away issues; describe as "immaterial" or "besides the point" anything that would indicate that your choice isn't the best one. In other words, make your choice and then see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil...

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