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iPhoneDevCamp San Francisco 2007


Making the web a better place for iPhone.


Menu: Home Apps Teams Attendees Hack-a-Thon Sessions Adobe FAQ Press Updates Links Logo Wanted




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2007-07-09 (RZ): iPhoneDevCampSF2007 is over! It was a huge success. Thank you to everyone, including the 325+ attendees for supporting the event.


2007-07-06 (CM): Interest is growing in additional iPhoneDevCamps in Singapore...! Attendees: 375.


2007-07-04 (RZ): Adobe has waived the NDA requirement for the event. Attendees: 286.


2007-07-03 (RZ): Four new sponsors! Orbino, Red Bull, Qipit, and Viewzi. Attendees: 273.


2007-07-02 (RZ): Three new sponsors! ezGear, Mophie, and Core Cases. T-Shirts and badges are in production and boxes of developer giveaways are already arriving! We are so close...Attendees: 239.


2007-07-01 (RZ): Attendees: 224.


2007-06-30 (RZ): Attendees: 213.


2007-06-29 (RZ): Today was the big iPhone launch day! Welcome to the world, iPhone. We also have seven new sponsors to announce: Griffin Technology, Radtech, Wine Library, Digital Lifestyle Outfitters (DLO), Counterpunch Software, PowerSupportUSA, and BoxWave. Attendees: 203.


2007-06-28 (RZ): Six new sponsors! BMC Software, Yahoo!, Funambol, Laszlo Systems, Jive Software, and Belkin. whurley and I are back from NYC now - what a crazy week! Thousands of people have viewed the iPhoneDevCamp promotional video. I am in line for the iPhone tomorrow, like many people. If you're in Portland, swing by and visit me in the line at Pioneer Place mall. The Panic guys will be with me. Attendees: 186.


2007-06-27 (RZ): We'll have several additional sponsors to announce tomorrow. Attendees: 170.


2007-06-26 (RZ): We have four additional sponsors to announce - Panic, Plain Sight, O'Reilly Media, and Kettle Foods. The iPhone line-waiting promo video for iPhone Dev Camp has been making the rounds, and was featured on The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs (Fake Steve). Thank you, Noneck Noel! Attendees: 161.


2007-06-25 (RZ): We'll have more sponsor announcements to make on Tuesday. whurley and I interviewed the first guy in line for an iPhone at the flagship Apple Store in NYC (video interview coming soon). Attendees: 144.


2007-06-24 (RZ): Attendees: 127.


2007-06-23 (RZ): Christoper Allen added a Hack-a-Thon page. Attendees: 123.


2007-06-22 (RZ): New sponsors - Mighty Leaf Tea Company and Philz Coffee. Early next week, we need to get the meal sponsorships filled. Attendees: 115.


2007-06-21 (RZ): We are pleased to announce our first set of sponsors - iLounge, The Apple Phone Show by Podango Productions, and Vidoop! We also selected an event logo. Attendees: 103.


2007-06-21 (CM): Folks who are interested in running their own DevCamp around the world are encouraged to add their event to iPhoneDevCampElsewhere using the hcalendar microformat.


2007-06-20 (RZ): We have a venue! Thank you, Adobe. Dominic Sagolla is my hero for making this happen, all from a Twitter posting by Chris Messina a few days ago. The Adobe news should attract additional media attention over the next few days.. We have some sponsors lined up and will announce the first set on Thursday or Friday. We need more sponsors! Attendees: 82.


2007-06-19 (RZ): I added a page with links to event coverage (iPhoneDevCampCoverage). We have found a venue that we're very pleased with, and will make this announcement on Wednesday. Two sponsors have come on board, which we will also be announcing on Wednesday. Everything is coming together. Attendees: 60.


2007-06-18 (RZ): I moved the Attendees section to a separate page to minimize editing errors. We had someone revert to an old version of the page for some reason, and I had to recover. We're not getting the Monday lift we thought we would. I think once we get a venue announced, things are going to move quickly. We had some great progress today that we hope to share with all of you on Tuesday. Attendees: 34.


2007-06-17 (RZ): I'm not expecting a lot of updates or signups for the event today. It's a Sunday (and Father's Day, at that). On Monday, with the full weight of the Internet traffic and some important venue discussions underway, we should see some noticeable changes. Attendees: 24.


2007-06-16 (RZ): whurley is working on getting us a venue. I am reaching out to some people before the public launch. Sponsorships are on hold until a venue is obtained. Chris created a venues page, iPhoneDevCampVenue, and promoted it on Twitter. whurley created a Twitter account, iPhoneDevCamp, for even status updates. whurley promoted the event on Digg, and it made the front page. Attendees: 17.


2007-06-15 (RZ): Moved site to the BarCamp wiki to allow for public editing. Holding off on promotion until a few key calls are returned. whurley is taking responsibility for facilities. Chris is taking responsibility for presentations and evangelism. I am doing sponsorships. Chris moved the wiki page to a new URL with proper capitalization. Attendees: 4.


2007-06-14 (RZ): Page created. Adding content now. This page may move before launch. We do not have a lot of time to put this event together, but rest assured - it will happen. If a venue in the Bay Area (California) cannot be reserved in the next few days, I will likely move this event to Portland where I can more easily get this organized in time. The other option would be a network of local camps (e.g. San Francisco, Austin, Portland, etc.) that could coordinate demos and launches on Sunday. Attendees: 1.