Open Source Developers' Conference 2008 - Sydney - Call for Papers
The Open Source Developers' Conference 2008 is a conference run by open source developers, for developers and business people. It covers numerous programming languages across a range of operating systems, and related topics such as business processes, licensing, and strategy. Talks vary from introductory pieces through to the deeply technical. It is a great opportunity to meet, share, and learn with like-minded individuals. This year, the conference will be held in Sydney, Australia during the first week of December. If you are an Open Source maintainer, developer or user, the organising committee would encourage you to submit a talk proposal on open source tools, solutions, languages or technologies you are working with. For more details, see: http://osdc.com.au/2008/papers/cfp.html. If you have any questions or require assistance with your submission, please don't hesitate to ask! We continue to recognise the increasing importance of Open Source in providing a medium for collaboration between individuals, researchers, business and government. In recognition of this and ensure a high standard of presentations, we intend to peer-review all submitted papers. OSDC 2008 Sydney (Australia) - Key Program Dates: 28 Apr - Call for Papers 30 Jun - Initial proposals (short abstract) due 21 Jul - Proposal acceptance 15 Sep - Accepted paper submissions For all information, contacts and updates, see the OSDC conference web site at http://osdc.com.au/2008/.