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NAME ^

Acme::MetaSyntactic::yapc - The YAPC theme

DESCRIPTION ^

This theme lists all the places that have held YAPC (Yet Another Perl Conference).

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The various YAPC are:

YAPC::America::North

Pittsburgh (1999, 2000), Montreal (2001), Saint-Louis (2002), Boca Raton (2003), Buffalo (2004), Toronto (2005), Chicago (2006), Houston (2007), Chicago (2008), Pittsburgh (2009), Columbus (2010), Asheville (2011), Madison (2012), Austin (2013), Orlando (2014).

YAPC::Europe

London (2000), Amsterdam (2001), Munich (2002), Paris (2003), Belfast (2004), Braga (2005), Birmingham (2006), Vienna (2007), Copenhagen (2008), Lisbon (2009), Pisa (2010), Rīga (2011), Frankfurt (2012), Kyiv (2013).

YAPC::Israel

Haifa (2003), Herzliya (2004, 2005).

In 2006, YAPC::Israel became OSDC::Israel.

YAPC::Canada

Ottawa (2003).

YAPC::Australia

Melbourne (2004).

The first YAPC::Australia was held as part of OSDC (.au) 2004 in Melbourne, and has been held jointly thereafter.

YAPC::Brazil

Porto Alegre (2005-2006), São Paulo (2007, 2008), Rio de Janeiro (2009), Fortaleza (2010), Rio de Janeiro (2011), São Paulo (2012), Curitiba (2013).

YAPC::Taipei

Taipei (2004, 2005).

YAPC Taipei became YAPC::Asia in 2006.

YAPC::Asia

Tokyo (2006-2012).

YAPC::America::South

São Paulo (2006), Porte Alegre (2007-2009).

This conference was held in conjunction with CONISLI (Congresso Internacional de Software Livre).

YAPC::Russia

Moscow (2008-2009), Kiev (2010), Moscow (2011), Kiev (2012).

NOTES ^

Kiev and Kyiv are names for the same city. For YAPC::Russia, the name Kiev is used, as this is the romanization of the Russian name for the capital of Ukraine; however, for YAPC::Europe 2013, we opted for using the romanization of name in modern Ukrainian.

CONTRIBUTORS ^

Mark Fowler, Philippe Bruhat (BooK), Abigail.

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SEE ALSO ^

Acme::MetaSyntactic, Acme::MetaSyntactic::MultiList.

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