[ic] Re: ICDEVCON interest, on: interchange-users Digest, Vol 5, Issue 5

Mike Heins mike at perusion.com
Wed Nov 12 12:26:17 EST 2003

Quoting Eric Terry (elterry at multiservice.com):
> I was starting to think that no one was interested.
> I have a link where I've posted some ideas on programming, site design,
> awards, and general.
> http://www32.brinkster.com/terryweb/icdevcon.html#
> Again...any and all input is welcomed.
> > I would attend a conference for developers.  However I think a good way
> > to go about this would be to piggy back it on to another conference 
> > like Comdex or something like that.  You'd then get developers that would 
> > not normally attend interested as well and it may attract outside interest
> > into the project. 
> Ron that would rock. I like that idea.

I have often thought of putting on a conference. The big problem of
course is funding, and the other problem is time to organize it. 8-) I
don't think anyone wants a half-assed conference; it would be nice to
have some facilities for presentations, demos, and such. The advent of
wireless means it would be quite trivial to provide a network that
allows you to connect to a presentation server with your laptop.

A good companion conference might by YAPC North America, this year
scheduled for scenic Buffalo, NY. I had already planned on going this
year...the benefit for YAPC is the low cost ($85) and probable
availability of additional conference space (summer schedule) at the
University at Buffalo.

Mike Heins
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