Full Article Attached Mozilla-Europe-2000

Tuesday September 5th, 2000

The details have been finalized for the first Mozilla-Europe conference/party.

Axel Hecht writes, "We now have all details settled... Please reply [before] Friday, September 8th. The conference will be held on September 23rd-24th at the Eschborn location of S.E.S.A. near Frankfurt. S.E.S.A. will host our gathering, thanx for that. Joerg Duerckheimer will be helping with the local organization. We will start on Saturday 14.00, and will end on Sunday at 15.00. The Saturday evening will be spent in Frankfurt. I will update the WWW page accordingly."

To get more info on how to register and links to hotel accomodations, click "Full Article" below.

#1 OT: Anybody else seeing this?

by Jake

Tuesday September 5th, 2000 9:44 AM

I know this isn\'t related to the article posted above, but I just wanted to know if I\'m the only one with this problem... and being as the bug relates directly to MoZine, I figured MoZine would be the best place to ask...

#2 Another Conference?

by Metrol

Thursday September 7th, 2000 4:27 AM

Am I missing something here? Wouldn't be a teensy more beneficial to actually have a conference for a product that actually existed? I know it's a slow news week for Moz and all, but it just feels kinda silly taking development time out for the variety of meetings and conferences of late. How many conferences does it take to run a count on all the P1 and P2 bugs still active?

When the world is presented with a functional product based on this technology, then we ought to have gobs of these kinds of get togethers.

#3 Re: Another Conference?

by briank

Thursday September 7th, 2000 6:54 AM

The purpose of this conference is for people using Mozilla or who are thinking of using it, to sit down and find out more about it. Yes, there is no full release, but it is stable enough to build software with. These conferences are beneficial in that they generate interest in Mozilla, thus encouraging contributions that can only help the project.