[IAEP] Fwd: [Lf-announce] LinuxCon CFP Submission Deadline - April 1st
Rafael Enrique Ortiz Guerrero
dirakx at gmail.com
Mon Mar 9 13:39:25 EDT 2009
Maybe someone can submit a proposal related to Sugar ?
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From: Linux Foundation <events at linux-foundation.org>
Date: Fri, Mar 6, 2009 at 11:13 AM
Subject: [Lf-announce] LinuxCon CFP Submission Deadline - April 1st
To: lf-announce at linux-foundation.org
++Reminder - CFP submissions for LinuxCon 2009 are due by Wednesday,
April 1st, 2009++
LinuxCon is taking place September 21-23, 2009 in Portland, OR and is
co-located with the Linux Plumbers Conference. LinuxCon will provide
an unmatched collaboration and education space covering all matters
Linux, and including everyone in the Linux community including
developers, end users, sys admins, community and more.
We are accepting proposals for Developer, Operations and Business
tracks for a wide range of topics, including: Application Development
& Packaging, Cloud Computing, Clustering and High Availability,
Desktop, Embedded & Mobile Technologies, Emerging Technologies,
Enterprise Linux, Green Linux, High Performance Computing, Kernel
Development, Legal, Linux in the Current Economy, Linux in Government,
Politics and Education, Low Latency & Real-Time, Migration to Linux &
Open Source, Netbooks, Networking, Security, Server Management &
Monitoring Techniques, Storage & Filesystems and Virtualization.
Please note that papers are *NOT* required for LinuxCon. Speakers are
only required to submit their slides so that they can be made
available online for LinuxCon attendees. The Linux Foundation will
also be assisting speakers with travel funding - please mention in
your CFP submission if you require travel assistance.
Please submit your speaking proposal here:
If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us at cfp
(at) linuxfoundation dot org.
Linux Foundation Events Team and LinuxCon Program Committee
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Lf-announce at lists.linux-foundation.org
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