Hello Fellow Monks!
Well, the end of another year is fast approaching and many
of us are are probably beginning to look at and plan for
2001. One of the events that I'm looking forward to hearing
about is YAPC::2001.
I've looked at The Yapc Website and so
far there doesn't seem to be a venue selected. I've learned
a great deal from attending this great conference (both
Does anyone have any information about what may be planned
or even rumours that could be shared with everyone?
Maybe even a vote (purely for fun) on the preferred
location? The choices seem to be:
- Washington DC
Hopefully, this will generate some discussion....
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