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[Fwd: [plug] CONFERENCE: Second Call For Talks, Papers and Tutorials: CALU 1999]
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Paul Rusty Russell wrote:
> This is the second call for submissions for the inaugural Conference
> of Australian Linux Users, in July 9/10/11, Melbourne Australia.
> [ Paging Jon `maddog' Hall: please contact me re: securing your
> services as keynote speaker. Thanks. ]
> WHO SHOULD SUBMIT
> We want submissions from people who have something interesting to say
> on a Linux-related topic. Maybe you've had experiences with Linux in
> an unusual environment, maybe you've developed something for Linux,
> maybe you're a guru in some Linux-related area. Maybe you have an
> angle we haven't thought of yet...
> The standard has been set by the speakers already confirmed, such as
> David S. Miller (Cobalt, Linux hacker), Miguel de Icaza (GNOME project
> lead and Linux hacker), and Andrew Tridgell (SAMBA project). If
> you're interested in rubbing shoulders with some of the movers and
> shakers of the Linux world, at THE Australian Linux Event of 1999,
> this is the place to be.
> We have half-day (3.5 hour) tutorial slots, and 50-minute paper/talk
> slots. We'll be providing return airfare and accomodation for
> REQUIREMENTS FOR AUTHORS
> Authors should submit a proposal of 300 to 1000 words. We are looking
> for tutorials, talks and papers that are on Linux-related topics.
> Proposals should be submitted to `email@example.com'; ASCII,
> PostScript, LaTeX or HTML.
> Abstract submissions are due to the Chair no later than 31 January,
> 1999. Of course, better late than never.
> In addition to the Abstract, each submission should include:
> Name, affiliation, and complete address for each author.
> What travel arrangements, and whether accommodation will be
> A list of topic keywords.
> Intended audience.
> Whether you want to do a tutorial or a paper/talk (or either/both).
> CONFERENCE COMMITTEE CHAIR
> DATE AND SUBMISSION INFORMATION
> January 31, 1999
> Proposals due.
> February 15, 1999
> Speakers finalized.
> March 31, 1999
> Final papers due.
> July 9 - 11, 1999
> See http://www.linux.org.au/projects/calu for more details.
> Paul Russell,
> On behalf of the Linux Australia Conference Committee.
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