[Foundation] 2002 Election Schedule

Iain Shigeoka iainshigeoka at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 5 13:44:33 CST 2002

On 4/5/02 8:46 AM, "Peter Saint-Andre" <stpeter at jabber.org> wrote:

> That's a good suggestion. The August 20th date was not implying that we'd
> have an official in-person meeting at JabberConf, since JabberConf is not
> necessarily a community event -- it's kind of half corporate and half
> community since it's run by Jabber, Inc. if you get my drift. :) So I
> don't think there's an expectation that a large number of community
> members will be there, or even the entire Jabber Council. However, I could
> use my limited influence to make at least Council attendance a reality,
> though that might work for Council incumbents and against challengers.
> Maybe we need to hold "OpenIMCon" or something. :)
> Actually I think JabberCon could be more community focused and I'll think
> about how to make that happen.

Yes.  I don't see any conflict with a commercially oriented conference
playing host to community events.  Many community members also represent
commercial entities and it may be easier to justify a trip to JabberConf if
it serves double duty for JSF activities as well as their commercial
interests.  I see it happen a lot in Java projects that host their community
face to face business at Sun's JavaOne conference.  Sun accommodates them by
providing rooms during the conference to hold Birds of a Feather (BoF)


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