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Since your rackspace is hosted in Corvallis, it only seems appropriate that you should include Oregon on your list of stops for the Serverfault world tour/DevDays-equivalent, whenever you get around to having it. Portland is a beautiful, fun town full of character with a wealth of tech presence including Intel, Tektronix, and IBM, and is a hotbed for open source -- Linus even lives here.

Portland also has a small-town chip on its shoulder for a city its size, which can sometimes come off in a slightly passive-aggressive fashion but means you would be treated as absolute rock stars the whole time you were here.

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  • I can totally get behind DevDays/AdminDays/whatever in Portland, so long as it can be held on the opposite coast. And by that I mean Portland, Maine of course. :-) – Kyle Cronin Aug 12 '09 at 5:47
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    Apologies for the lack of specificity! I grew up in New England, you'd think I'd know better. I'd also settle for an Admin Day in Bah Habah. – Anonymous Aug 12 '09 at 6:00
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Rip city eh? Just do it in Seatle, they'll come up ;-). Overall a great idea though. Seems like PDX doesn't get the respect it deserves.

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