OSDC 2008 Sydney (1-5 Dec 2008) - Call for Papers

Mark Rees mark.john.rees at gmail.com
Tue May 6 03:25:45 CEST 2008

Call for Papers
Open Source Developers' Conference 2008
1st - 5th December 2008, Sydney, Australia

The Open Source Developers' Conference 2008 is a conference run by
open source developers, for developers and business people. It
covers numerous programming languages across a range of operating
systems, and related topics such as business processes, licensing,
and strategy. Talks vary from introductory pieces through to the
deeply technical. It is a great opportunity to meet, share, and
learn with like-minded individuals.

This year, the conference will be held in Sydney, Australia during
the first week of December (1st - 5th). If you are an Open Source
maintainer, developer or user, the organising committee would
encourage you to submit a talk proposal on open source tools,
solutions, languages or technologies you are working with.

For more details and to submit your proposal(s), goto:

If you have any questions or require assistance with your
submission, please don't hesitate to ask!

We recognise the importance of Open Source
in providing a medium for collaboration between individuals,
researchers, business and government. In recognition of this and
ensure a high standard of presentations, we intend to peer-review
all submitted papers.

OSDC 2008 Sydney (Australia) - Key Program Dates:

30 Jun - Initial proposals (short abstract) due
21 Jul - Proposal acceptance
15 Sep - Accepted paper submissions
13 Oct - Reviews completed
27 Oct - Final paper submission cutoff

For all information, contacts and updates, see the OSDC conference
web site at http://osdc.com.au/2008/

Also if you are interested in sponsoring, please see:


Mark Rees
OSDC 2008 Marketing Co-ordinator
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