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patterns workshop: Chili PoLP

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on February 25-28, 2002 @ Carefree, Arizona
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May be you can brief us on the events for those who could not attend.
Please request these guys to hold presentations/conferences in countries outside the US.In India, only Rational holds one day seminars on UML and related technologies.AGCS (or Lucent) should also chip in!
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Actually folks, this ChiliPLoP is a conference, not a seminar. You submit papers, travel to the conference to have your papers workshopped, etc...
The reason we hold the PLoP conferences in the US and Europe is that this is where the conference organizers live. We all have our own full-time jobs and our companies don't pay us to travel around and organize conferences -- heck, it's tough to find the time to do this here in the U.S.
We have tried to organize one in Australia with some Australian folks doing the leg-work, but the turnout was a bit disappointing. Your best bet is to try to organize a patterns conference in India on your own. If you're successful in getting people interested, then you could invite one or more folks from the U.S. or Europe (and pay their way -- that's the rub) to help with getting the conference going...

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