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Elizabeth Naramore's Blog:
PHP Appalachia Update
September 23, 2008 @ 10:25:43

Elizabeth Naramore has an update posted for those interested in this year's PHP Appalachia conference (in Pigeon Forge, TN October 11th through 14th).

PHP Appalachia is now only 3 weeks away! We have 30 people currently signed up, but there is still room for more. There may be room in the Main Cabin (room sharing availability is on our wiki) or else there are plenty of campsites and hotels in the general area.

There's a tentative schedule of talks posted on their wiki that includes lots of time to see the other sights in the area. There's a list of current attendees on the wiki as well. Registration for the conference itself only costs $15 USD (not including lodging).

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Elizabeth Naramore's Blog:
PHPAppalachia Wiki
May 30, 2008 @ 09:31:25

Elizabeth Naramore has posted about a new addition to the site for the PHP Appalachia conference website - a wiki:

Hey, we now have a wiki for PHP Appalachia, so if you're attending be sure to list your name on there. I could do it myself but what do I know; you may want to keep that your little secret. Plus, I'm lazy.

They're looking for some good contributions for potential attendees (or people from the area) on places to eat or something fun to do while in the area. There's still some spots open, so if you're interested in hanging out with some fellow PHPers at a camp in Tennessee, head over and check out the site to get more information on the whens and wheres and how to reserve your spot.

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