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Open Database Camp 2011 opens today!
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The Open Database Camp 2011 opens today with the Welcome Party, starting today at 7pm CEST. The party (with good Italian food and drinks) is open to all the ones who have registered in the Attendees list.
By car you have to reach Pula, take Via Nora (Nora Street), than Via Sant'Efisio (Sant'Efisio Street), until the end, directly to the party location.
Organisers will also make a bus available on Friday 6 May, leaving from Pula Hotels (Nora Club Hotel - Villa Madau - Baia Di Nora - Is Molas - Marin Hotel - Is Morus Hotel) around 18:30 and reaching

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Open Database camp 2011 - Travel logistics, and don't forget the party
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The Open Database Camp 2011 is near. In 9 days, the welcome party starts, and then the conference itself gets going.
If you are coming earlier than Friday, May 6th, you can either use public transportation or book a private seat with a volunteer in the car pooling page. Please help the organizers: post your arrival and departure dates and times, so we may be able to help you even outside the official conference days.
About the conference itself, as everyone should know, it's a

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Have you missed the MySQL Conference? Come to OpenDbCamp!
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The MySQL Conference is over. There have been many new developments, and the ones who have missed it will probably want to get a summary of the excitement, possibly from the people who have contributed to shaping the news.
The Open Database Camp will give users an opportunity to catch up. Especially to open source users in Europe.
Come and share the fun. There will be talks on MySQL, PostgreSQL, several NoSQL products, and a bunch of other cool stuff.
Open Database camp 2011 - Opportunities for sponsors, culture, and more
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The Open Database Camp 2011 is barely one month away.

Sponsorship

Many thanks to all the sponsors! We very much appreciate your support.
Speaking of what, here is some important information for sponsors: The venue owners, Sardegna Ricerche, has given us the availabilkity of an ample hall for sponsors, where they can showcase their products and services.
Each sponsor will have a desk, and a double panel sized cm 195 x 75 (6.3 x 2.4 feet).

Culture, fun, and more

The Science park is something unique that geeks may want to visit. It is one of the biggest research centers in Europe, and the owners have graciously organized a guided tour before and after the conference.
Near the conference there is Nora, an





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MariaDB will be at Open Database Camp Sardinia 2011
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Monty Program Ab has signed up to be a sponsor at the Open Database Camp Sardinia 2011, and has donated the logo placement to the MariaDB project.

As a company we definitely plan to have a few employees attend and speak about all the things we’ve been working on in MariaDB. Will you be there? Go fill out the attendee list.

We’re all very excited at the first Open Database Camp (with a similar OpenSQLCamp format) and are especially excited for it being hosted in the beautiful island of Sardinia. See you there!

Open Database Camp - Accommodation and Sponsoring
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The Open Database Camp 2011 is shaping up nicely.
The logistics is being defined and local and international volunteers are showing up for help. (Thanks, folks!)
If you want to start booking, there is a list of hotels in the Accommodation page.
And don't forget to sign up in the Attendees list.
Local travel information will be released as soon as we finish cranking up the plan.
Open Database camp is free, but we still have expenses to get the job done.
We need






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