The best way to learn about the technologies and projects at the ASF is to meet us in person. Come to an ApacheCon or another ASF event to meet our community and learn about our projects.
Join the announcements mailing list of the Apache Conferences Project to keep up to date about upcoming conferences
Visit the conferences calendar to see what Apache conferences are coming up
A searchable archive of previous ApacheCon announcements is available
Find out what topics will be covered on the official ApacheCon website
Read the Third Party Event Branding policy to learn how external organisations can apply to use our marks for their events
Join one of our mailing lists to get involved in organising future Apache events
The latest news on ApacheCon is always available on the ApacheCon Website
The Conferences Committee oversees two public mailing lists (plus several private ones). These two lists are open to all, and we encourage people interested in helping with running Apache events (from the smallest of meetups through to the largest of ApacheCons) to join them to help.
|Use:||Discussions on the future of ApacheCon, and future ApacheCons.
(Discussions for current and upcoming ApacheCons which have been approved occur on other lists)
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|Use:||Discussions on future small events, such as BarCampApaches, Meetups, Retreats and Hackathons
Used for discussing and planning small events that are not yet ready to seek final approval
In addition to organising conferences, the Conferences Committee is also responsible for approving the use of Apache Brands and Marks by third party events. For more information on what this means, what the rules are, and how to apply for approval, please see the Third Party Event Branding page.
For more information on past ApacheCon conferences, including past track listings, past speakers and past sessions, please visit the ApacheCon Archive Site.
ApacheCon NA 2011 was held in Vancouver, BC on 7-11 November 2011, with an updated name that reflects our expanded presence in North America and a program that showcases our growing Apache projects.
ApacheCon NA 2010 was held in Atlanta, GA on 1-5 November 2010, with an updated name that reflected our expanded presence in North America and a program that showcases our growing Apache projects.
ApacheCon Europe 2009 was held in Amsterdam on 23-27 March 2009.
ApacheCon US 2008 was held in Sheraton, New Orleans, Louisiana on 3-7 November 2008.
ApacheCon EU 2008 was held at the Moevenpick Hotel in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 7-11 April 2008.
ApacheCon US 2007 was held at the Westin Peachtree Plaza in Atlanta, Georgia, USA on 12-16 November 2007.
ApacheCon Europe 2007 was held at the Moevenpick Hotel in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 1-4 May 2007.
ApacheCon US 2006 was held at the Hilton Hotel in Austin, Texas, USA on 9-13 October 2006.
ApacheCon Asia 2006 was held at the Trans Asia Hotel in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on 14-17 August 2006.
ApacheCon Europe 2006 was held at the Burlington Hotel in Dublin, Ireland on 26-30 June 2006.
ApacheCon US 2005 was held in San Diego, California on 10-14 December 2005.
ApacheCon Europe 2005 was held in Stuttgart, Germany on 18-22 July 2005.
ApacheCon US 2004 was held in Las Vegas on 13-17 November 2004.
OSCOM.4 with Apache Track was held in Zürich, Switzerland on 29 September-1 October 2004.
ApacheCon US 2003 was held in Las Vegas on 16-19 November 2003.
ApacheCon US 2002 was held in Las Vegas on 18-21 November 2000.
ApacheCon 2001 was held in Santa Clara, California on 4-6 April 2001.
ApacheCon Europe 2000 was held in London, England on 23-25 October 2000.
ApacheCon 2000 was held in Orlando, Florida on 8-10 March 2000.