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Advanced Roller at ApacheCon EU, April 2008

One of my five ApacheCon EU 2008 proposals was accepted. I submitted a couple of proposals for customizing Roller, one for advanced Roller and one on RSS/Atom. The advanced Roller talk was accepted. Here's the abstract:

Apache Roller is a popular open source blog server designed to serve the needs of large multi-user blogging sites and typically used by large corporations, universities and government organizations. This session for managers, sysadmins and developers will goes beyond the Roller installation guide and explores the advanced issues of planning and executing a Roller deployment, including deployment architecture and configuration options as well as options for customization and automation.

Interesting. It seems like advanced was the magic keyword to getting talks accepted this time around. Kidding aside, I think it is great to see a talks covering more advanced topics hopefully giving attendees a chance to learn things that aren't well documented elsewhere.

Posted by Mads on December 03, 2007 at 05:30 PM EST #

Congrats Dave - I was 0 for 3 on my talks.

Posted by Matt Raible on December 03, 2007 at 11:02 PM EST #

Hi Dave, my "Advanced JSF" talk was accepted as well. CU in Amsterdam! -Matthias

Posted by Matthias Wessendorf on December 04, 2007 at 04:53 AM EST #

Dave, will your talk include anything on security? I was thinking along the lines of the sample "LDAP/RollerDB hybrid security configuration" in security.xml. I'm looking at installing roller for an internal company blogs - one requirement is to have some of the blogs/feeds private with company-sensitive information only available to certain key-personnel - so anything on that would be great if it fits into your "advanced" theme

Posted by Niall on March 01, 2008 at 01:06 AM EST #

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