Fwd: Invitation: 2004 SAGE-VIC IT Symposium
scottp at dd.com.au
Mon Nov 10 17:42:27 CST 2003
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This fits in very nicely with the recent ideas on the list and
We will include this in our discussions tomorrow night.
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> From: chris at myinternet.com.au
> Date: Tue Nov 11, 2003 10:26:31 Australia/Melbourne
> To: scottp at dd.com.au
> Subject: Invitation: 2004 SAGE-VIC IT Symposium
> Reply-To: chris at myinternet.com.au
> Dear Scott,
> I am writing to inform yourself and the members of Melbourne Perl
> Mongers that SAGE-VIC will be holding a one day symposium in March
> 2004, in Melbourne.
> It is our hope that any of your members whose roles crossover with
> Systems Administration, be advised of our symposium, in case they are
> interested in attending.
> Furthermore we would like to invite any of your members interested in
> presenting to contact the SAGE-VIC conference committee at
> confvic at sage-au.org.au, as we believe that there are areas of common
> interest between our two groups.
> This is a preliminary outline, as further details are arranged, I will
> pass the updated information on to you.
> If you have any queries please feel free to contact me.
> Have a good day!
> Call for Papers
> 2004 SAGE-VIC IT Symposium
> Friday 12th March 2004
> Hotel Grand Chancellor
> 131 Lonsdale Street
> Melbourne VIC 3000
> The SAGE-VIC IT Symposium is a one day technical conference to be held
> in Melbourne. The symposium offers an educational event for systems
> administrators of all platforms and levels of experience.
> The Victorian chapter of the Systems Administrators Guild of Australia
> will be hosting the symposium in March 2004.
> The symposium provides a forum for Systems Administrators, Systems
> Managers, Network Administrators, Developers of Systems Administration
> Software and Managers of such groups to meet and share their knowledge
> and experiences.
> The 2004 SAGE-VIC IT Symposium is hereby calling for papers. Authors
> are invite
> d to submit abstracts on any and all topics related to system and
> network admini
> Expressions of interest until Dec 8th 2003
> Abstracts and outline by Jan 12th 2004
> Draft Paper by Feb 16th 2004
> Final Paper by Mar 1st 2003
> Authors will be notified of whether their submission has been accepted
> or reject
> Authors whose submissions are accepted will be asked to provide a
> presentation i
> n some machine readable format which can be converted to HTML or
> Powerpoint. A
> formal paper is not required, but at a minimum the presentation will
> be printed
> in the conference proceedings.
> The outline should contain enough detail to allow the program
> committee to make
> a reasoned decision about the final presentation.
> The abstract should include:
> - Author Name(s)
> - Postal Address
> - Telephone Numbers
> - Fax Number
> - E-mail Address
> Speaker Incentives
> Presenters are afforded free conference registration, travel,
> accomodation for the symposium, if required.
> confvic at sage-au.org.au
> Chris Williams
> SAGE-VIC - President
> chris at myinternet.com.au
Open source developer
scottp at dd.com.au
Dismaimer: Open sauce usually ends up never coming out (of the bottle).
Please do not send me Word or PowerPoint attachments.
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