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The YAPC::Europe committee are pleased to announce the formation of an official organisation responsible for the encouragement of Perl Conferences in Europe.

Founded in the Netherlands, the current board also has members from England, Germany and France. Adhoc committee members will be co-opted from relevant countries based on experience, usefulness, (and a certain willingness to do all the work :)

The current committee consists of the following worthies;
Norbert Gruener
Ann Barcomb
Philippe Bruhat
David Lacravate
Nicholas Clark
Richard Foley

With help from:
Eric Cholet

The aim is to provide a focal point, organise on-line registration, mailing lists, technical and conference advice and to generally support activities encouraging Perl Conferences and Workshops in Europe.

The YAPC::Europe website is (still under construction...):
The public mailing address to reach all committee members is:
The current YAPC::Europe::2004 conference is being hosted by Belfast Perl Mongers:
YAPC is an offshoot of YAS, also known as TPF (The Perl Foundation).

In reply to Announce: creation of YAPC::Europe foundation! by richardf

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