bpmCamp 2010 Landing Page is up…

  • November 23, 2009
  • Scott
  • 5 Comments

We now have a landing page up with a stable URL for bpmCamp 2010 –

http://www.bpmCamp.org (Updated link to the external url that will forward you to the right place)

This will be a stable place to find links to various bpmCamp resources, or catch the twitter feed.  Of course we’ll announce news on the blog, and you can find those articles via the bpmCamp tag.  But we thought it would be helpful to have a single link you can bookmark to keep coming back to for any announcements or updates.

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  • You should consider calling it “bpmCamp Stanford 2010” — there may be other BPM camps through the year, and that helps to distinguish it.

  • You should consider calling it “bpmCamp Stanford 2010” — there may be other BPM camps through the year, and that helps to distinguish it.

  • Sandy –
    fair point – decided to go with the name w/o location at first- we’ll incorporate location into the names of any subsequent events.

    Also, I updated the link – it should have been a link to http://www.bpmCamp.org which will forward to the appropriate landing page. And it will make it easier for us to add pages underneath it like http://www.bpmCamp.org/stanford2010 etc. to preserve links to past events as they happen, while the main url can direct to the current event.

    thx for the suggestions!
    scott

  • Sandy –
    fair point – decided to go with the name w/o location at first- we’ll incorporate location into the names of any subsequent events.

    Also, I updated the link – it should have been a link to http://www.bpmCamp.org which will forward to the appropriate landing page. And it will make it easier for us to add pages underneath it like http://www.bpmCamp.org/stanford2010 etc. to preserve links to past events as they happen, while the main url can direct to the current event.

    thx for the suggestions!
    scott