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TWiki User Meetup and Enterprise 2.0 Keynote in San Francisco, Nov 2009

2009-10-28 - 08:18:06 by PeterThoeny in Community
Dear TWiki users in the San Francisco Bay Area:

Our fourth Silicon Valley TWiki User Meet-up is happening in San Francisco to coincide with the Enterprise 2.0 Expo on 2009-11-04. This is a good opportunity to mingle with wiki aficionados and to learn from each other what does/does not work when deploying a wiki at work. The organizers hope you can join the event, and possibly present how your organization is using TWiki? Place is TBD, watch TWikiMeetUpInSiliconValley for updates.

Great News! TWiki is a Finalist for Best of Enterprise 2.0, in the prestigious Enterprise 2.0 Conference Launchpad. The Enterprise 2.0 Conference is in San Francisco next week, and we will be live on stage Wednesday November 4, at 2:15pm. Please join us in Room #134 for the live demo and then please support us at the Vote right after the final presentation.

We are offering you, our friends, supporters and community a FREE pass to come join us at the conference. Please be there and "Vote for TWiki!".

IMPORTANT NOTE: Last day to get your free pass is this Thursday, October 29: http://bit.ly/4qq82Z

Hope to see you at the TWiki Meetup / E2.0 Keynote!

Cheers,
Peter

Comments

Today is the last day to get a free pass! Don't miss it!

-- Peter Thoeny - 2009-10-29

Thanks everybody who attended, there was good energy in the room! And thank you Eric Peterson of Mocana for hosting us!

-- Peter Thoeny - 2009-11-05

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