[gst-devel] lca2011 Call for Papers Extended till the 14th
matthew.franklin at lca2011.linux.org.au
Thu Aug 12 20:41:03 CEST 2010
Hi Freedom Lovers ;-)
The Linux.conf 2011 Call for Papers is almost closed. It is essential
that you submit your paper before the end the 14th of August 2010.
We're seeking a wide range of papers across the whole spectrum,
encompassing programming and software to desktop and userland,
education, community and law, but one element is essential:
The core of your paper must relate to open source in some way, i.e.,
if it's a paper about software then the software has to be licensed
under an Open Source license.
Some typical topics (but not limited to these) include:
* Aspects of kernel development, including recent data structures
and algorithm developments
* Database and File system developments
* Desktop topics, covering aspects of the user experience
* Networking topics, from device drivers to servers
* Novice user's introduction to exploring FOSS
* Professional development, including Software Engineering &
System Administration techniques
* Scalability, both embedded and enterprise
* Development topics, including concurrency and toolchain advancements
* Open Source Software usage, including business, education & research
* Graphics & sound advancements, from low level drivers to
* Open Source culture, including open content creation
If you would like to submit a paper and want to learn more then go to
our website http://lca2011.linux.org.au/programme/about .
On Sun, Aug 8, 2010 at 10:42 AM, Matthew Franklin
<matthew.franklin at lca2011.linux.org.au> wrote:
> Good news everyone!
> Due to a large number of requests, the deadline for the lca2011 call
> for papers has been extended for an extra week. It will now close on
> Saturday the 14th August 2010. Unfortunately, no further extensions
> can be granted after this date.
> The organising committee are pleased with both the quantity and
> quality of proposals that have been submitted to date and are still
> accepting proposals for:
> * Papers
> * Tutorials
> * Miniconfs
> * Posters
> Please read the Information on Presentations page before submitting
> your proposal, to give yourself the best chance of being accepted.
> Call for Papers Deadline is now: Saturday the 14th August 2010
> Matthew Franklin
> lca2011 organiser
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