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Last year the Bacula "Developers" conference was a big success, so much so
that we are holding it again, but now it is known as the Bacula
we think everyone should be invited.
I'm pleased to announce take place on Wednesday September 21st 2011 in
So, please mark your calendars, and please do sign up for it, which you
can do by going to
the following link:
If you would like to submit a paper, there is still one slot free.
Obviously I'll be there too and will discuss the Bacula roadmap as
I see it -- however, due to some nice unexpected user code
submissions, the roadmap does not always work out as I expect :-) .
I am looking forward to being there and to meeting you there too.
It is my pleasure to announce that you can now register for the
first International Bacula Users & Partners Conference. As a
reminder, it will be held in Berlin, on the 21st of March 2014.
For me this is a major milestone in Bacula's history and
development, and I am looking forward to meet you during
this great event and to share important information about
Bacula and Bacula Systems.
Please note that Bacula Systems is sponsoring a
pre-Conference dinner on the 20th for attendees, and it would
be great to share some drinks and discussions together prior
to the big event.
I hope to see you in Berlin!
For more information and to register, please visit
our new Bacula Conference web site at: