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Design track at ApacheCon Europe.

Victoria Bondarchuk
Hi, my name is Victoria Bondarchuk and I'm a member of the Open Source
Design community (https://opensourcedesign.net) and one of the
co-organizers of the Design track at ApacheCon Europe.


Apache NiFi community did an impressive job putting together a whole design
system https://nifi.apache.org/fds.html so I was wondering in anyone would
be interested in coming over and presenting about that work in Berlin in
October?


The CfP is open until May 26 but if interested, please do hesitate to
submit just a title to reserve the spot.


That would be a great opportunity to promote a design approach in open
source for the broader Apache community.


Please feel free to ask me in case of any further questions,


Happy Friday,

Victoria
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Re: Design track at ApacheCon Europe.

Scott Aslan
Hi Victoria,

Thank you for the kind words and thanks for reaching out. Let me check my
schedule and get back to you. If I can make it work I would be happy to
give a talk at ApacheCon Europe on the Apache NiFi Flow Design System and
how the community implemented a reuse-able set of UX components to be
leveraged across the Apache NiFi ecosystem.

-Scott Aslan

On Fri, May 24, 2019 at 6:53 AM Victoria Bondarchuk <
[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi, my name is Victoria Bondarchuk and I'm a member of the Open Source
> Design community (https://opensourcedesign.net) and one of the
> co-organizers of the Design track at ApacheCon Europe.
>
>
> Apache NiFi community did an impressive job putting together a whole design
> system https://nifi.apache.org/fds.html so I was wondering in anyone would
> be interested in coming over and presenting about that work in Berlin in
> October?
>
>
> The CfP is open until May 26 but if interested, please do hesitate to
> submit just a title to reserve the spot.
>
>
> That would be a great opportunity to promote a design approach in open
> source for the broader Apache community.
>
>
> Please feel free to ask me in case of any further questions,
>
>
> Happy Friday,
>
> Victoria
>