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OSDC::AU 2006 - Call for papers

by jarich (Curate)
on May 30, 2006 at 07:30 UTC ( #552422=perlnews: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

Open Source Developers' Conference 2006
Melbourne, Australia
5th - 8th December 2006
Website: http://www.osdc.com.au/
Call for papers: http://www.osdc.com.au/papers/cfp06.html

The Australian Open Source Developers' Conference is a conference designed for developers, by developers. It covers numerous programming languages across a range of operating systems. We're seeking papers on Open Source languages, technologies, projects and tools as well as topics of interest to Open Source developers.

Past keynote speakers have included Dr Damian Conway and Audrey Tang (of Perl fame), Anthony Baxter (Python release manager), Luke Welling and Jon Oxer (of PHP fame), Nathan Torkington (O'Reilly) and Richard Farnsworth (Australian Synchrotron).

This year continues the huge success of OSDC 2004 and OSDC 2005 with a related conference (OSDC::Israel) held in Israel in February and the Australian conference being held in Melbourne on 5th - 8th December.

Last year's accepted proposals are available for those who wish to gain an idea of what might be appropriate.

If you have any questions, or have never submitted a paper proposal before, please read our FAQ page. If you don't find an answer there, please contact our programme chair. Instructions for submitting a proposal can be found on the CFP webpage. This year we're also going to run a day of tutorials.

The deadline for proposals is 12th July 2006.

We look forward to seeing you at the conference!

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