[Fwd: Showcasing memcached at the MySQL Conference & Expo 2008 DotOrg-Pavilion?]

Brian Moon brianm at dealnews.com
Sun Dec 9 19:28:26 UTC 2007

dormando wrote:
> Anyone up for this? :)

Well, I will already be at a booth for Phorum.  But, there are 3 of us 
for that booth.  So, if we get booths next to each other, we could pull 
it off.

I don't have any banners, flyers etc. for memcached though.  I would 
need help with that.

However, I am not an interals guy on memcached.  I can talk protocol and 
implementation with the best of them.

> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Subject:
> Showcasing memcached at the MySQL Conference & Expo 2008 DotOrg-Pavilion?
> From:
> Lenz Grimmer <lenz at mysql.com>
> Date:
> Tue, 27 Nov 2007 12:13:26 +0100 (CET)
> To:
> Paul Lindner <lindner at inuus.com>, Steven Grimm <sgrimm at facebook.com>, 
> Dormando <dormando at rydia.net>
> To:
> Paul Lindner <lindner at inuus.com>, Steven Grimm <sgrimm at facebook.com>, 
> Dormando <dormando at rydia.net>
> Hash: SHA1
> Hi,
> The 2008 MySQL Conference & Expo will take place on April 15rd-18th in Santa
> Clara, California (see http://www.mysqlconf.com/ for more details).
> As for the last conference, we are arranging a "DotOrg-Pavilion" where we would
> like to give Open Source Projects related to or based on the MySQL Server or
> other MySQL Products an opportunity to showcase their work.
> MySQL AB will provide the booth space (incl. electrical power and Internet access)
> as well as free attendance to the conference and exhibitor hall for up to 4 people
> per project. In addition, we will provide one full, (shareable) conference pass per
> project, that permits access to the tutorials as well as all other sessions of the
> conference.
> What you will need to bring/prepare:
>  - Your own computers/demo equipment
>  - Banners, flyers, other marketing material (e.g. Demo-CDs, Merchandise)
> I was wondering if you or somebody else from the memcached Community would be
> interested in representing and demonstrating your project there. If you would
> like to learn more about this, please contact me directly or the MySQL Community
> Relations team at community at mysql.com.
> Please feel free to spread this invitation by publishing it on your blog or
> your project's forums/mailing list or by forwarding it to other people inside your
> community!
> Thank you for (indirectly) supporting MySQL! Keep up the good work.
> Bye,
> 	LenZ
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Brian Moon
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