A chance to observe – CalConnect in San Francisco next week

If you’re based or currently in the Bay Area and are interested in calendaring, next week is your chance to be an observer at the 29th CalConnect event at Mozilla, February 3-7 2014. The week is divided in half – the first half is an interoperability test event; the second half (Wednesday afternoon to Friday afternoon) is the technical conference and members’ meeting.

Non-members may always participate or observe at the interoperability test event – and we have a provision for non-members to come to a single technical conference as observers to find out more about CalConnect and what’s going on.

If you want to find out more check out the event web page at http://www.calconnect.org/calconnect29.shtml and the schedule for the week. You can find the registration information at http://www.calconnect.org/regtypes.shtml. Observing at the interoperability test event is only $350, and attending the technical conference as an Observer is now $395 (includes breakfast, lunch, a Wednesday reception and Thursday dinner).

There’s lot’s going on this time; check out the Schedule and Topical Agendas. The meeting is at Mozilla, Harrison Street at The Embarcadero. Come check us out!

If you have any questions drop me a note: Dave Thewlis or call +1 707 840 9391.