[Melbourne-pm] Fwd: [Python-au] Linux.conf.au 2012 Open Programming Miniconf -- Call for Proposals now open
gcross at fastmail.fm
Tue Aug 30 01:07:52 PDT 2011
If you are going to LCA (January, in Ballarat), you may want to give a talk at this miniconf.
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Chris Neugebauer <chrisjrn at gmail.com>
> Date: 29 August 2011 1:34:25 PM AEST
> To: Linux Australia <linux-aus at lists.linux.org.au>, python-au at python.net, sydneypython at googlegroups.com
> Subject: [Python-au] Linux.conf.au 2012 Open Programming Miniconf -- Call for Proposals now open
> (Apologies for cross-posting messages here; likewise, if you are aware
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> message, feel free to forward it on.)
> TL;DR -- submit a proposal at http://tinyurl.com/opm2012-proposal
> before the first round closes on Friday 7 October.
> I'm pleased to announce that The Open Programming Miniconf, a fixture
> for application developers attending Linux.conf.au since 2010 is
> returning as part of Linux.conf.au 2012, to be held in January at the
> University of Ballarat. The Miniconf has been an opportunity for
> presenters of all experience levels to share their experiences in in
> application development using free and open source development tools.
> The 2012 Open Programming Miniconf invites proposals for 25-minute
> presentations on topics relating to the development of excellent Free
> and Open Source Software applications. In particular, the Miniconf
> invites presentations that focus on sharing techniques, best practices
> and values which are applicable to developers of all Open Source
> programming languages.
> In the past, topics have included:
> - Recent developments in Open Source programming languages ("State of
> the language"-type talks)
> - Tools which support application development
> - Coding applications with cool new libraries, languages and frameworks
> - Demonstrating the use of novel programming
> Past programmes can be found at
> http://lca2011.linux.org.au/programme/schedule/monday and
> To submit a proposal, visit http://tinyurl.com/opm2012-proposal and
> fill out the form as required. The CFP will remain open indefinitely,
> but the first round of acceptances will not be sent until Friday 7
> October 2011.
> OPM2012 is part of Linux.conf.au 2012, being held at the University of
> Ballarat on Monday, 16 January 2012. Further enquiries can be
> directed to Christopher Neugebauer via e-mail ( chris at neugebauer.id.au
> ) or via twitter ( @chrisjrn ).
> --Christopher Neugebauer
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