The months just fly by. I ended up spending a lot of time on the presentation and the final paper came in at about 40 pages. I'm pretty pleased with it, see my site for a PDF version. For some reason the paper was not included on the conference CD which really sucks considering I got it in before the deadline (and before some of the other papers that made it on to the CD). Anyway, it's on my site so take a look.
Just back from ApacheCon in Las Vegas; a little more budget than previous years, but all that matters is that the content is being delivered by experts right? Hmmm, well talking of which, I made a serious judgement error on the amount of material in my talk and ended up covering only 75% of what I put in the paper, which sucked. I'd spent a lot of time getting the presentation just right too, so it was a little devestating to find out I only had 30 minutes left with over half the material still to go.
We got some ASF keysigning going on, but the BOF was scheduled for 8am so some of the main ASF folks were not around to take part which was a shame.
We had a good time in Vegas, getting to see all the sights including the Star Trek Experience again, get out to Red Rock Canyon, and still have time to win about $40 on the slots.