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ApacheCon Europe 2005
will be held in Stuttgart, Germany on July 18-22, 2005. ApacheCon Europe
offers a wide spectrum of 70 top-quality sessions, as well as two days with full-
and half-day tutorials.
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As part of the
MARID Working Group last call for comments, the
Apache Software Foundation has sent the working group
an open letter
detailing why the patent licensing of the Sender ID specification
will prevent ASF projects from implementing and deploying software
that supports the Sender ID specification.