[Freeswitch-dev] ClueCon 2012 Registration Now Open!

Michael Collins msc at freeswitch.org
Mon Apr 2 22:26:45 MSD 2012

*ClueCon 2012 - Register Today!*

The ClueCon team is pleased to announce that registration is now open for
ClueCon 2012. We invite all to visit our new
website<http://www.cluecon.com/?cc12reg01>and get registered today.
2012 marks the 8th annual ClueCon event. This
year we return to the beautiful Wyndham Hotel in downtown Chicago. ClueCon
2012 will be held August 7-9.

ClueCon is best known as the open source telephony conference that is by
developers, for developers. As in years past we will have highly technical
presentations on a variety of subjects. You'll be able to rub elbows with
the authors of powerful open source telephony projects like Kamailio,
OpenSIPS, and, of course, FreeSWITCH. VoIP security will again be an
important subject and we are pleased to have Phil Zimmermann returning to
discuss how VoIP security affects us all and how ZRTP can help.

Stay tuned for announcements about specific talks, speakers, new sponsors,
and the ClueCon 2012 schedule of events.

*Wyndham Discount

Those staying at the Wyndham will enjoy a $300 discount off the regular
admission price of $999. Select the appropriate PayPal button from the
registration <http://www.cluecon.com/register/?cc12reg01> page. For more
information about the Wyndham, visit the ClueCon

Make your plans and register right away. We look forward to seeing everyone
this August!

The ClueCon Team
http://www.ClueCon.com <http://www.cluecon.com/>

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