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Ben Ramsey's Blog:
PHP Appalachia Reminder
June 24, 2006 @ 07:47:39

Ben Ramsey has posted this reminder for all of those wishing to attend the upcoming PHP Appalachia conference about signing up.

PHP Appalachia is an informal gathering of PHP enthusiasts who just want an excuse to get together and enjoy exchanging information in a relaxed, beautiful setting. There is no set agenda, no formal speakers. Just 3 days of camping and sharing PHP ideas and experiences with people just like you.

The event takes place September 27-29, 2006 at the Cherokee/Great Smokies KOA in Cherokee, NC. To receive the group discount for your camping site/cabin, you must reserve your spot with the campground before July 5! See the PHP Appalachia Web site for more details.

He also mentions two other things:

  • a post on the conference site asking those coming to the conference for "topics of interest" they'd like to hear about
  • a brief "rant" from Ben with a "chicken and egg" scenario - problems getting sponsors because of current signup numbers, and problems getting signups because of the lack of sponsors (and what they can pay for to make it free for attendees).

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