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Re: CloudStack Collab in Brazil


Hello Folks,

I have submitted the tracks. The next step now is to schedule a meeting
with the TDC organizers again. However, at this time, I need some of you in
the call. We will be discussing channels to spread the word regarding the
conference, talks selection process, maybe branding (CCC, Apache
CloudStack) with the TDC, and so on. Who would be willing to join me in
this call?


Here go the details of the tracks that I submitted.

> *Track Name:* Cloud Orchestration
> *Track slogan:* Meet the cloud builders and learn how clouds are created
> *Track description:*
> Computing resources became a commodity, and as such, they are sold and
> consumed and billed on demand. Cloud computing provided all of that with
> resiliency, elasticity, and scalability; thus, it is enabling companies to
> efficiently use computing resources.
>
> The cloud orchestration track will address topics regarding features, and
> cloud orchestration systems design (e.g. CloudStack, and OpenStack) and
> cloud data center structure. Moreover, the audience will have the
> opportunity to meet the people behind the cloud orchestration systems
> mostly deployed in the world.
>
> *Targeted audience:*
> he main audience is cloud operators/administrators that are dealing on a
> daily basis with cloud computing platforms. Other interested parties are
> cloud developers (developers interested in working at the base of the
> cloud, and not just on consuming cloud resources), cloud consultants and
> business people that work creating, deploying, and maintaining cloud
> computing environments.
>

*Track Name:* Cloud DevOps
> *Track slogan:* Get together with other cloud administrators and
> developers and share your daily hacks!
> *Track description:*
> Companies are either creating private clouds or using public clouds
> (sometimes doing both at the same time). This track provides a space for
> system administrators and developers to share their day-to-day tasks and
> hacks when consuming cloud resources or maintaining cloud environments.
> *Targeted audience:*
> The targeted audience is cloud developers (cloud consumers) or cloud
> administrators that use in a daily bases cloud resources and or cloud
> platforms.
>

*Track Name:* Cloud testing and QA
> *Track slogan:* Let’s find out how people assure quality and cope with
> the scale and dynamism of the cloud at the same time
> *Track description:*
> We all talk about agile development and the speed, elasticity, and
> cost-effective nature of cloud environments. It is a challenge for
> developers, testers and team leaders to provide software quality assurance
> in ever shorter development cycles.
>
> The solution for reducing development cycles, optimizing development and
> testing efforts, and make the most of the cloud is automation. Thus,
> continuous integration, delivery, and deployment are the buzzwords that
> come to save the day of DevOps.
>
> *Targeted audience:*
> Developers and testers that take advantage cloud resources to enable the
> development of more efficient, stable, and reliable applications.
>



> *Track Name:* Cloud open ecosystem
> *Track slogan:* Let’s discover together the business and job
> opportunities that we have in the cloud.
> *Track description:*
> The cloud is everywhere, from your local pizza shop to large retailers.
> This track focus on the cloud ecosystem, the job market, business
> opportunities, and the management process of highly heterogeneous and
> distributed communities in OpenSource (such as CloudStack and OpenStack)
>
> Also, have you ever wondered… who are the cloud players that you have
> nearby? What are the business opportunities in the cloud? How is the life
> of a developer that creates clouds? And what about cloud admins?! How does
> someone get into the cloud realm? Are the cloud people green?!  Stop
> wondering, and board this track to discover the answers for these questions
> and many other interesting facts about the Cloud OpenSource world.
>
> *Targeted audience:*
> Everybody, from business people to developers that either work with cloud
> or want to get into the cloud world.
>

*Track Name: *Cloud security
> *Track slogan:* Cloud security, have you heard of it? And, what about
> privacy in the cloud? Let’s get together  and discuss the security aspects
> of the cloud
> *Track description:*
> As cloud becomes pervasive, it is rare for us not to use it. Therefore,
> the cloud impacts constantly our daily life. Moreover, we are storing most
> of our data in the cloud. Is that data protected? Is the cloud protecting
> our privacy? And, what about the GDPR? How will the cloud get ready to
> protect users privacy and provide control over their data?
>
> This track focuses on discussing and presenting security aspects in cloud
> computing; privacy issues (relating to GDPR), DDoS and QoS, and so on.
> Moreover, it is a great opportunity to evaluate the impact of regulations
> such as GDPR, on the cloud.
>
> *Targeted audience:*
> Everybody, from business people to developers that either work with cloud
> or want to get into the cloud world.
>

I am very thankful if you reached here. This means that I did waste time
writing all of this ;)




On Thu, Dec 20, 2018 at 4:22 PM Rafael Weingärtner <
rafaelweingartner@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Thanks for the feedback guys. Sorry or the top post, but I missed the
> time, and I think it is easier to reply on top.
>
> Brilliant Idea Makino; the security aspects of cloud environments are
> sometimes overlooked. I will add that. Thanks for the suggestion and
> support to me this happen ;)
>
> Thanks for the support as well Cristian. It is going to be great to make
> this happen with you guys.
>
> Gabriel, it is not restricted to committers/PMCs. Anybody (users,
> developers, committers, PMCs, and even OpenStackers that might be
> eavesdropping our lists…) are more than welcome to help to make this happen.
>
> Marco and Tim, it is going to be great to have your support as well either
> helping to promote or to review talk proposals.
>
> So, I will proceed with proposing the topics as follows.
>
>    - Cloud computing (area/topic)
>       - cloud orchestration -- this would be the track where topics
>       regarding features, and cloud orchestration systems (e.g. CloudStack)
>       design and structure would be presented
>       - DevOps -- track for presentations that address the day-to-day of
>       CloudStack (or OpenStack) developers and the daily life of operators with
>       tasks such as debugging and troubleshooting
>       - tests -- track for discussing the Q&A process and testing methods
>       for clouds
>       - cloud open source ecosystem -- track focusing on the cloud
>       ecosystem, where people can address things relating the job market,
>       business opportunities, and the management process of highly heterogeneous
>       and distributed communities in OpenSource (such as CloudStack)
>       - cloud security – track for discussing and presenting security
>       aspects in cloud computing; privacy issues (GDPR), DDoS and QoS, and so on.
>
>
> Again, thank you very much for your inputs. I will now proceed to propose
> the tracks, and then I will get back to you guys to define a date to set a
> call, so we can discuss this further with TDC’s tracks coordinators
>
>
> On Wed, Dec 19, 2018 at 4:27 PM Marco Sinhoreli <
> marco.sinhoreli@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
>> I am available to help since I am in Brazil and I have in local community
>> many ACS users that want to talk in CCC.
>>
>> Also, Makino and Cristian are involved a long time with CloudStack and
>> they can help us to have a great event!
>>
>> Best regards,
>>
>> Marco Sinhoreli
>> Latam Technical Director
>> marco.sinhoreli@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> mobile: +55 21 98276 3636
>>
>> Av. Brigadeiro Faria Lima, 3144 - 2º andar – Jardim
>> Paulistano, São Paulo, SP, Brasil, 01451-000
>> Phone: + 55 11 3568-2877
>> http://www.shapeblue.com/ | twitter: @shapeblue
>>
>> Em 19/12/2018 15:55, "Tim Mackey" <tmackey@xxxxxxxxx> escreveu:
>>
>>     Gabriel,
>>
>>     I'm happy to help review proposals if required.
>>
>>     -tim
>>
>>     On Wed, Dec 19, 2018 at 12:35 PM Gabriel Beims Bräscher <
>>     gabrascher@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>
>>     > Hi Rafael,
>>     >
>>     > I am available to help, count on me!
>>     > I have one question. Can anyone (one that is not a PMC/Committer)
>> help to
>>     > review presentations?
>>     >
>>     > The divisions for the CFP looks good, adding security aspects as
>> Ricardo
>>     > Makino proposed is also interesting.
>>     >
>>     > Regards,
>>     > Gabriel.
>>     >
>>     > Em qua, 19 de dez de 2018 às 11:12, Cristian Latapiat <
>> latapiat@xxxxxxxxx>
>>     > escreveu:
>>     >
>>     > > Hi Rafael ,
>>     > >
>>     > > I am, therefore, available to collaborate and to help you in
>> everything
>>     > > that may be necessary.
>>     > >
>>     > > Regards,
>>     > >
>>     > > Cristian
>>     > >
>>     > > Em seg, 17 de dez de 2018 às 18:49, Rafael Weingärtner <
>>     > > rafaelweingartner@xxxxxxxxx> escreveu:
>>     > >
>>     > > > Hey guys,
>>     > > >
>>     > > > Have you guys had time to read through this e-mail? Are there
>>     > volunteers
>>     > > to
>>     > > > help us make CCC happen in Brazil? We need to provide them the
>> topics
>>     > of
>>     > > > tracks that we will be participating until 21/12/2018.
>>     > > >
>>     > > > On Thu, Dec 13, 2018 at 7:11 PM Rafael Weingärtner <
>>     > > > rafaelweingartner@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>     > > >
>>     > > > > Hello CloudStackers,
>>     > > > >
>>     > > > > I had a few meetings with the TDC folks, and we seem to be
>> moving on.
>>     > > > They
>>     > > > > have a slightly different organization than ApacheCon though.
>>     > > Therefore,
>>     > > > we
>>     > > > > were asked to provide them with some “track topics” that fit
>> in the
>>     > > area
>>     > > > of
>>     > > > > Cloud Computing. Then, we could direct presentations to one
>> of these
>>     > > > > tracks. The idea is that the international tracks (the ones
>> that will
>>     > > be
>>     > > > in
>>     > > > > English) will not be parallelized to enable the audience to
>> attend
>>     > all
>>     > > of
>>     > > > > them (this means, one for each day). Also, the tracks will
>> receive
>>     > > > > presentations from other people that are not in our bubble,
>> and this
>>     > is
>>     > > > > great (at least I found this awesome), because different
>> people with
>>     > > > > different backgrounds would come together on the same track,
>> which in
>>     > > > turn
>>     > > > > means, people that might not know ACS would have the
>> opportunity not
>>     > > just
>>     > > > > to meet the solution, but also the people behind it.
>>     > > > >
>>     > > > > So, this is what I have in mind:
>>     > > > >
>>     > > > >    - Cloud computing (area/topic)
>>     > > > >       - cloud orchestration -- this would be the track where
>> topics
>>     > > > >       regarding features, and cloud orchestration systems
>> (e.g.
>>     > > > CloudStack)
>>     > > > >       design and structure would be presented
>>     > > > >       - DevOps -- track for presentations that address the
>> day-to-day
>>     > > of
>>     > > > >       CloudStack (or OpenStack) developers and the daily life
>> of
>>     > > > operators with
>>     > > > >       tasks such as debugging and troubleshooting
>>     > > > >       - tests -- track for discussing the Q&A process and
>> testing
>>     > > methods
>>     > > > >       for clouds
>>     > > > >       - cloud open source ecosystem -- track focusing on the
>> cloud
>>     > > > >       ecosystem, where people can address things relating the
>> job
>>     > > market,
>>     > > > >       business opportunities, and the management process of
>> highly
>>     > > > heterogeneous
>>     > > > >       and distributed communities in OpenSource (such as
>> CloudStack)
>>     > > > >
>>     > > > >
>>     > > > > What do you guys think of these divisions for the CFP?
>>     > > > > Also, we might need help to review and select presentation
>> proposals.
>>     > > > > Would some of you guys be willing to help on this process?
>>     > > > >
>>     > > > > And last, but not least, it would be awesome if companies
>> linked to
>>     > ACS
>>     > > > > are interested to be the sponsors of tracks or the event.
>> They have
>>     > > sent
>>     > > > me
>>     > > > > the brochure and sponsorship prospects from 2018 so we can
>> get to
>>     > know
>>     > > > > better the conference [1]. The attendance report and
>> prospectus are
>>     > in
>>     > > > > English, and for instance, in 2018 the TDC event in
>> Florianopolis
>>     > > (where
>>     > > > we
>>     > > > > are proposing to have CCC in 2019) received about 4000
>> people. The
>>     > > > > sponsorship prospectus for 2019 events is being prepared, and
>> I guess
>>     > > if
>>     > > > > there are interested parties on this, you can reach them
>> directly, or
>>     > > if
>>     > > > > you have some problems to do that, I can help you guys as
>> well.
>>     > > > >
>>     > > > > [1]
>>     > > > >
>>     > > >
>>     > >
>>     >
>> https://www.dropbox.com/sh/53ujp2usf402dlj/AAA1a2jZPddGcAT8ZosRiGCAa?dl=0
>>     > > > >
>>     > > > > On Wed, Oct 24, 2018 at 8:16 PM Tutkowski, Mike <
>>     > > > Mike.Tutkowski@xxxxxxxxxx>
>>     > > > > wrote:
>>     > > > >
>>     > > > >> Thanks, Rafael!
>>     > > > >>
>>     > > > >> The dates work for me.
>>     > > > >>
>>     > > > >> Get Outlook for iOS<https://aka.ms/o0ukef>
>>     > > > >> ________________________________
>>     > > > >> From: Rafael Weingärtner <rafaelweingartner@xxxxxxxxx>
>>     > > > >> Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2018 5:02:14 PM
>>     > > > >> To: users
>>     > > > >> Cc: dev
>>     > > > >> Subject: Re: CloudStack Collab in Brazil
>>     > > > >>
>>     > > > >> NetApp Security WARNING: This is an external email. Do not
>> click
>>     > links
>>     > > > or
>>     > > > >> open attachments unless you recognize the sender and know the
>>     > content
>>     > > is
>>     > > > >> safe.
>>     > > > >>
>>     > > > >>
>>     > > > >>
>>     > > > >>
>>     > > > >> Yes, they already have a date set. It should be 23 -  27
>> April,
>>     > 2019.
>>     > > > >> I should be talking with them again this week to check what
>> we need
>>     > to
>>     > > > >> move
>>     > > > >> thing forward.
>>     > > > >>
>>     > > > >> What do you guys think about these dates?
>>     > > > >>
>>     > > > >> On Mon, Oct 22, 2018 at 5:07 PM Tutkowski, Mike <
>>     > > > >> Mike.Tutkowski@xxxxxxxxxx>
>>     > > > >> wrote:
>>     > > > >>
>>     > > > >> > Hi Rafael,
>>     > > > >> >
>>     > > > >> > Do you have a specific date in mind for CCC Brazil? It
>> sounds
>>     > like,
>>     > > in
>>     > > > >> > general, we are looking at April.
>>     > > > >> >
>>     > > > >> > Thanks!
>>     > > > >> > Mike
>>     > > > >> >
>>     > > > >> > On 10/1/18, 12:51 PM, "Rafael Weingärtner" <
>>     > > > rafaelweingartner@xxxxxxxxx
>>     > > > >> >
>>     > > > >> > wrote:
>>     > > > >> >
>>     > > > >> >     NetApp Security WARNING: This is an external email. Do
>> not
>>     > click
>>     > > > >> links
>>     > > > >> > or open attachments unless you recognize the sender and
>> know the
>>     > > > >> content is
>>     > > > >> > safe.
>>     > > > >> >
>>     > > > >> >
>>     > > > >> >
>>     > > > >> >
>>     > > > >> >     Yes, that is what I also believe. From the feedback, I
>> think
>>     > we
>>     > > > can
>>     > > > >> > easily
>>     > > > >> >     use 10 presentations. I will move on with the
>> organization. I
>>     > > > think
>>     > > > >> it
>>     > > > >> > is
>>     > > > >> >     feasible to get more room space in case we receive more
>>     > > > presentation
>>     > > > >> > and
>>     > > > >> >     people. I will try to not overlap presentations though
>> (like
>>     > we
>>     > > > did
>>     > > > >> in
>>     > > > >> >     ApacheCon).
>>     > > > >> >
>>     > > > >> >     On Mon, Oct 1, 2018 at 3:36 PM Tutkowski, Mike <
>>     > > > >> > Mike.Tutkowski@xxxxxxxxxx>
>>     > > > >> >     wrote:
>>     > > > >> >
>>     > > > >> >     > I guess it depends on how many people expect to be
>> able to
>>     > > > attend.
>>     > > > >> >     >
>>     > > > >> >     > Ten presentation slots is probably a good starting
>> point.
>>     > > > >> >     >
>>     > > > >> >     > Get Outlook for iOS<https://aka.ms/o0ukef>
>>     > > > >> >     > ________________________________
>>     > > > >> >     > From: Rafael Weingärtner <
>> rafaelweingartner@xxxxxxxxx>
>>     > > > >> >     > Sent: Monday, October 1, 2018 10:10:55 AM
>>     > > > >> >     > To: users
>>     > > > >> >     > Cc: dev
>>     > > > >> >     > Subject: Re: CloudStack Collab in Brazil
>>     > > > >> >     >
>>     > > > >> >     > NetApp Security WARNING: This is an external email.
>> Do not
>>     > > click
>>     > > > >> > links or
>>     > > > >> >     > open attachments unless you recognize the sender and
>> know
>>     > the
>>     > > > >> > content is
>>     > > > >> >     > safe.
>>     > > > >> >     >
>>     > > > >> >     >
>>     > > > >> >     >
>>     > > > >> >     >
>>     > > > >> >     > Thank you guys for the feedback!
>>     > > > >> >     >
>>     > > > >> >     > I will reach out the organizers to discuss our
>> requirements.
>>     > > > What
>>     > > > >> do
>>     > > > >> > you
>>     > > > >> >     > guys think that we need?
>>     > > > >> >     > Would 10 presentation slots (50min. each) be enough?
>> Or, do
>>     > > you
>>     > > > >> guys
>>     > > > >> > think
>>     > > > >> >     > that we need more?
>>     > > > >> >     >
>>     > > > >> >     > Also, I think that we should also do a Hackathon.
>>     > Therefore, I
>>     > > > >> will
>>     > > > >> > also be
>>     > > > >> >     > asking for a room such as the one we used in
>> Montreal.
>>     > > > >> >     >
>>     > > > >> >     > On Mon, Oct 1, 2018 at 12:03 PM Nicolas Vazquez <
>>     > > > >> >     > Nicolas.Vazquez@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>     > > > >> >     >
>>     > > > >> >     > > I would be interested in an event in Brazil as
>> well.
>>     > > > >> >     > >
>>     > > > >> >     > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > Regards,
>>     > > > >> >     > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > Nicolas Vazquez
>>     > > > >> >     > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > ________________________________
>>     > > > >> >     > > From: Gabriel Beims Bräscher <gabrascher@xxxxxxxxx
>> >
>>     > > > >> >     > > Sent: Monday, October 1, 2018 11:58:07 AM
>>     > > > >> >     > > To: users
>>     > > > >> >     > > Cc: dev
>>     > > > >> >     > > Subject: Re: CloudStack Collab in Brazil
>>     > > > >> >     > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > As a Brazilian, that lives in Florianópolis, I
>> cannot pass
>>     > > > this
>>     > > > >> >     > opportunity
>>     > > > >> >     > > ;)
>>     > > > >> >     > > Count on me!
>>     > > > >> >     > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > Em seg, 1 de out de 2018 às 11:27, Tutkowski, Mike
>> <
>>     > > > >> >     > > Mike.Tutkowski@xxxxxxxxxx> escreveu:
>>     > > > >> >     > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > I would be really interested in an event in
>> Brazil.
>>     > > > >> >     > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > ________________________________
>>     > > > >> >     > > > From: Rafael Weingärtner <
>> rafaelweingartner@xxxxxxxxx>
>>     > > > >> >     > > > Sent: Monday, October 1, 2018 5:38 AM
>>     > > > >> >     > > > To: users
>>     > > > >> >     > > > Cc: dev
>>     > > > >> >     > > > Subject: Re: CloudStack Collab in Brazil
>>     > > > >> >     > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > NetApp Security WARNING: This is an external
>> email. Do
>>     > not
>>     > > > >> click
>>     > > > >> > links
>>     > > > >> >     > or
>>     > > > >> >     > > > open attachments unless you recognize the sender
>> and
>>     > know
>>     > > > the
>>     > > > >> > content
>>     > > > >> >     > is
>>     > > > >> >     > > > safe.
>>     > > > >> >     > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > Hey Marco,
>>     > > > >> >     > > > Yes, they run a very successful conference every
>> year. I
>>     > > > have
>>     > > > >> > just got
>>     > > > >> >     > > back
>>     > > > >> >     > > > from Montreal, and I talked with people there
>> regarding
>>     > > the
>>     > > > >> > conference.
>>     > > > >> >     > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > Now, for all CloudStackers (users and devs); I
>> will
>>     > repeat
>>     > > > >> what
>>     > > > >> > I said
>>     > > > >> >     > in
>>     > > > >> >     > > > Montreal. The TDC conference will happen with or
>> without
>>     > > us.
>>     > > > >> > Therefore,
>>     > > > >> >     > > we
>>     > > > >> >     > > > only need to decide if we will join them in
>> their Cloud
>>     > > > >> tracks.
>>     > > > >> > We did
>>     > > > >> >     > > not
>>     > > > >> >     > > > hear much feedback here, but I will try again.
>>     > > > >> >     > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > If you are part of the CloudStack community (as a
>>     > > > contributor,
>>     > > > >> >     > committer,
>>     > > > >> >     > > > user, operator, and so on), please do provide
>> your
>>     > > feedback.
>>     > > > >> > Would you
>>     > > > >> >     > > like
>>     > > > >> >     > > > to see a CloudStack Collab Conference in
>> Florianopolis,
>>     > > > >> Brazil,
>>     > > > >> > 2019? I
>>     > > > >> >     > > am
>>     > > > >> >     > > > only asking you guys, what you think. I do
>> understand
>>     > the
>>     > > > >> > logistics
>>     > > > >> >     > > > problems for some folks to attend a conference
>> this far.
>>     > > > >> >     > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > Now, about the city; the island has an airport
>> (airport
>>     > > > code =
>>     > > > >> > FLN).
>>     > > > >> >     > > > However, most flights to FLN will have a
>> connection
>>     > either
>>     > > > on
>>     > > > >> > GRU (Sao
>>     > > > >> >     > > > Paulo airport) or GIG (Rio de Janeiro airport);
>> KLM, AA,
>>     > > > >> Delta,
>>     > > > >> >     > > AirFrance,
>>     > > > >> >     > > > Tap, and others have flights to FLN. I have also
>> found
>>     > > some
>>     > > > >> > useful
>>     > > > >> >     > links
>>     > > > >> >     > > in
>>     > > > >> >     > > > English that can be used by your guys to check
>> the city.
>>     > > In
>>     > > > >> this
>>     > > > >> > link
>>     > > > >> >     > [1]
>>     > > > >> >     > > > you can information not only about the city, but
>> the
>>     > State
>>     > > > as
>>     > > > >> > well;
>>     > > > >> >     > there
>>     > > > >> >     > > > are pages in different languages such as English,
>>     > Spanish,
>>     > > > and
>>     > > > >> > German
>>     > > > >> >     > (to
>>     > > > >> >     > > > change the language there is a button in the
>> top-right
>>     > > > >> corner).
>>     > > > >> > On
>>     > > > >> >     > these
>>     > > > >> >     > > > other links [2-3], you can find a guide (English
>> only)
>>     > of
>>     > > > the
>>     > > > >> > city; it
>>     > > > >> >     > > > contains a brief overview and some details about
>>     > Museums,
>>     > > > >> > Beaches,
>>     > > > >> >     > events
>>     > > > >> >     > > > and so on.
>>     > > > >> >     > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > I would also be happy to answer any other
>> question that
>>     > > you
>>     > > > >> > might have.
>>     > > > >> >     > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > [1]
>> http://turismo.sc.gov.br/en/cidade/florianopolis/#
>>     > > > >> >     > > > [2]
>>     > > > >> >
>>     > https://www.floripa-guide.com/attractions/about-florianopolis.html
>>     > > > >> >     > > > [3] http://www.vivendofloripa.com.br/en/home/
>>     > > > >> >     > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > On Tue, Sep 25, 2018 at 5:42 PM Marco Sinhoreli <
>>     > > > >> >     > > > marco.sinhoreli@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>     > > > >> >     > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > Hello Rafael,
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > I know this conference, last year in TDC Porto
>> Alegre
>>     > I
>>     > > > >> spoke
>>     > > > >> > about
>>     > > > >> >     > ACS
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > and ansible.
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > I was very impressed with them event support
>> and
>>     > > > >> organization,
>>     > > > >> > they
>>     > > > >> >     > > have
>>     > > > >> >     > > > a
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > nice approach involving community in the
>> organization.
>>     > > > They
>>     > > > >> > also
>>     > > > >> >     > have a
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > good penetration to prospect sponsors.
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > I am able to help you in this subject since I
>> am in
>>     > > Brazil
>>     > > > >> as
>>     > > > >> > well.
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > Best regards,
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > Marco Sinhoreli
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > marco.sinhoreli@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > mobile: +55 21 98276 3636
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > Av. Brigadeiro Faria Lima, 3144 - 2º andar –
>> Jardim
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > Paulistano, São Paulo, SP, Brasil, 01451-000
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > Phone: + 55 11 3568-2877
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > http://www.shapeblue.com/ | twitter:
>> @shapeblue
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > Em 21/09/2018 08:37, "Rafael Weingärtner" <
>>     > > > >> >     > > rafaelweingartner@xxxxxxxxx>
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > escreveu:
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > Hello fellow devs and users (pardon me for the
>> cross
>>     > > > post),
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > I already contacted the PMC on this matter,
>> and I am
>>     > now
>>     > > > >> > opening the
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > discussion to the whole community. Let’s see
>> what you
>>     > > guys
>>     > > > >> > think
>>     > > > >> >     > about
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > a
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > CloudStack conference in Brazil, and let’s
>> work to
>>     > make
>>     > > it
>>     > > > >> > happen ;)
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > Since the rather shameful? situation with the
>>     > CloudStack
>>     > > > >> Collab
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > Conference
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > (CCC) in Brazil last year, I have been looking
>> for
>>     > > > possible
>>     > > > >> > ways to
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > enable
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > the event. And, it seems that I found it, and
>> it is
>>     > > > >> something
>>     > > > >> > that we
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > are
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > already used to do.
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > There is a conference series in Brazil called
>> TDC (The
>>     > > > >> > Developer’s
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > conference) [1]. They run three conferences a
>> year
>>     > > > >> > (Florianopolis,
>>     > > > >> >     > São
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > Paulo, and Porto Alegre). They have been
>> running for
>>     > > over
>>     > > > a
>>     > > > >> > decade
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > now. I
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > attended the last one in São Paulo (July 2018)
>> and it
>>     > > was
>>     > > > >> > awesome. To
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > give
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > you guys some numbers for the São Paulo event:
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > - 4524 attendants
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > - 6040 online-viewers (some talks are live
>> streamed)
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > - 2927 corporate registrations
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > - 63 different tracks, and more than 300 talks.
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > - 5 days of conference (Tuesday-Saturday)
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > They are in the process of internationalizing
>> the
>>     > > > conference
>>     > > > >> > now. The
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > hot
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > site is being translated, and they are
>> preparing
>>     > things
>>     > > > for
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > English/Spanish
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > CFPs and tracks. While talking with one of the
>>     > > organizers
>>     > > > >> > during the
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > event,
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > I mentioned that we have been doing collocated
>> CCC
>>     > with
>>     > > > >> > ApacheCon and
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > that
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > I would love to see CCC in Brazil. Ant it
>> turns out,
>>     > > they
>>     > > > >> > would love
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > to see
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > us there in Brazil as well. They offered to
>> provide
>>     > the
>>     > > > same
>>     > > > >> > support
>>     > > > >> >     > as
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > ApacheCon provides us. We would only need to
>> organize
>>     > > the
>>     > > > >> CFP
>>     > > > >> > and
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > selection of the presentations. We would also
>> need to
>>     > > tell
>>     > > > >> > them our
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > needs:
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > rooms, hackathon spaces, and so on. They are
>> proposing
>>     > > for
>>     > > > >> us
>>     > > > >> > space
>>     > > > >> >     > in
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > their Florianopolis TDC 2019, which will be
>> held in
>>     > > > >> > Florianopolis
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > city. The
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > event will take place in April 2019 (there is
>> not a
>>     > > > >> > possibility for
>>     > > > >> >     > the
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > event to be canceled this time!).
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > I can coordinate this process with them, but I
>> might
>>     > > need
>>     > > > >> some
>>     > > > >> > help
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > from
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > you guys. That is why I would like to discuss
>> this
>>     > > option
>>     > > > >> here
>>     > > > >> > first.
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > What
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > do you think about the best dates to run a CCC
>> in
>>     > > Brazil?
>>     > > > >> They
>>     > > > >> > have
>>     > > > >> >     > an
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > event in April, other in Jully, and the last
>> one in
>>     > > > >> December.
>>     > > > >> > In
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > theory, we
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > can discuss and try to get approval to some
>> other
>>     > > > city/date,
>>     > > > >> > but they
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > recommended Florianopolis/April event. (We
>> talked
>>     > about
>>     > > > this
>>     > > > >> > on the
>>     > > > >> >     > PMC
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > list, and it seems that for an international
>> audience,
>>     > > the
>>     > > > >> > April date
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > looks
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > the best one).
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > Also, would some of you be willing to attend?
>> I think
>>     > > the
>>     > > > >> > presence of
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > committers/PMCs is vital to meet face to face
>> with the
>>     > > > >> > community that
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > uses
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > CloudStack there. And of course, the event is
>> way
>>     > > broader
>>     > > > >> than
>>     > > > >> > Apache
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > and
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > CloudStack. Therefore, we can show ourselves
>> and
>>     > > hopefully
>>     > > > >> > attract
>>     > > > >> >     > new
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > people/companies.
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > I am eager to hear your feedback guys ;)
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > [1]
>> http://www.thedevelopersconference.com.br/en
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > --
>>     > > > >> >     > > > > Rafael Weingärtner
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > > --
>>     > > > >> >     > > > Rafael Weingärtner
>>     > > > >> >     > > >
>>     > > > >> >     > >
>>     > > > >> >     > > Nicolas.Vazquez@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>     > > > >> >     > > www.shapeblue.com<http://www.shapeblue.com>
>>     > > > >> >     > > Amadeus House, Floral Street, London  WC2E 9DP
>>     > > > >> >     > > @shapeblue
>>     > > > >> >     > >
>>     > > > >> >     > >
>>     > > > >> >     > >
>>     > > > >> >     > >
>>     > > > >> >     >
>>     > > > >> >     > --
>>     > > > >> >     > Rafael Weingärtner
>>     > > > >> >     >
>>     > > > >> >
>>     > > > >> >
>>     > > > >> >     --
>>     > > > >> >     Rafael Weingärtner
>>     > > > >> >
>>     > > > >> >
>>     > > > >> >
>>     > > > >>
>>     > > > >> --
>>     > > > >> Rafael Weingärtner
>>     > > > >>
>>     > > > >
>>     > > > >
>>     > > > > --
>>     > > > > Rafael Weingärtner
>>     > > > >
>>     > > >
>>     > > >
>>     > > > --
>>     > > > Rafael Weingärtner
>>     > > >
>>     > >
>>     > >
>>     > > --
>>     > > Cristian Latapiat
>>     > > (12)981281976
>>     > >
>>     >
>>
>>
>>
>
> --
> Rafael Weingärtner
>


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