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Apache Week issue 220 (27th October 2000)
Oct 28, 2000, 15 :50 UTC (0 Talkback[s]) (750 reads)

"In this issue:"

"This is the first of a two-part special edition of Apache Week covering the ApacheCon Europe 2000 conference in London. This week Apache Week writer Min Min Tsan gives her views of the conference and surrounding events. Next week we will look at the events of the final day of the conference along with a special competition."

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