[Melbourne-pm] OSDC 2008 CFP closes on Monday, 30 June 2008
jarich at perltraining.com.au
Sun Jun 22 17:28:55 PDT 2008
Come and see what the Sydney team have done with our conference. Give a talk,
be involved and have a great week in December learning new things about Perl,
Python, PHP, Ruby, Java and more. Tell your friends and workmates about the
CFP, lets see how many Perl talks we can submit!
There is less than two weeks to get your paper proposal in for the opportunity
to speak and attend Australia's Open Source Developers' Conference!
The deadline for proposals is 30th June 2008.
The Open Source Developers' Conference is an Australian conference designed for
developers, by developers.
Papers on Open Source languages, technologies, projects, tools and well as
topics of interest to Open Source developers are being solicited for submission
to OSDC 2008. So if you are an Open Source maintainer, developer or user, the
organising committee would encourage you to submit a talk proposal on the open
source tools, solutions, languages or technologies you are working with.
The conference will be held at SMC Conference venue in the Sydney CBD, New South
Wales, from the 2nd to the 5th of December, 2008. We have had some great
proposals submitted already, but this is your chance to give the open source
thing you are passionate about more exposure.
Being a speaker at OSDC 2008, has it's privileges. As well as having your paper
published in the conference proceedings, you will get a free admission to the 3
days of the main conference and the conference dinner.
If you have any questions, or have never submitted a paper proposal before,
please read our FAQ page at http://www.osdc.com.au/2008/faq/ If you don't find
an answer there, please contact program <at> osdc.com.au
To submit a proposal, follow the instructions at
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