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The Apache Software Foundation Announces Call for Participation for ApacheCon US 2006

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The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has announced the Call for Participation for ApacheCon US 2006, its 9th official conference. Lauded among the leading success stories in the Open Source community, the ASF stewards, incubates, and develops leading Open Source projects, including Apache HTTP Server, the world's most popular Web server software.

ApacheCon is the premiere developer event dedicated to showcasing key Apache technologies, drawing hundreds of participants to experience the future of Open Source development.

ApacheCon US 2006 will be held 9-13 October 2006 at the Hilton Hotel in Austin, Texas.

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