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Re: CloudStack Collab in Brazil


Hi Rafael,

I am able to join you in the call, when do you expect it happening?

Maybe we can use doodle (https://doodle.com) to check the schedule of all
involved in the call.

Best Regards,
--
Ricardo Makino


On Fri, Dec 21, 2018 at 11:23 AM Rafael Weingärtner <
rafaelweingartner@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> 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
> >
>
>
> --
> Rafael Weingärtner
>