CALL FOR PAPERS for the O'REILLY OPEN SOURCE CONVENTION 2000

Simone Paddock simone at nospam.oreilly.com
Tue Feb 1 22:45:48 CET 2000


Want to make all those endless nights hacking away at your favorite
Open Source Language finally pay off? This is your chance to share
those jewels of code with your peers!


Submit your proposal for talks, tutorials and refereed papers for
The O'Reilly Open Source Software Convention 
July 17-20, 2000 in Monterey, California 

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Last year's event attracted over 1700 attendees, with an audience
hungry for information and eager to hear about the latest developments
and trends in the Open Source world. 

This time, it could be YOUR chance to enlighten, and maybe even
enrapture, a room full of your peers with your latest innovation or
foray into an Open Source technology.
But not only that: it's also an excellent opportunity for you to rub
shoulders with the heroes, founders and demi-gods of the Open Source
community - plus have a ton of fun!

Here are the topics:

·	Linux 
·	Apache 
·	Python 
·	Sendmail 
·	Open Source Business Strategies 
·	Tcl/Tk 
·	Other open source technologies

This year, we are focusing on Open Source technologies enabling
secure, high-volume e-commerce. Technical talks in any of the above
tracks that zoom in on e-commerce will be particularly welcomed!

All submissions should be directed to: oscon00proposals at oreilly.com

For detailed information on submitting a proposal, please see:
http://conferences.oreilly.com/oscon2000/call.html

If you have any questions about submitting a proposal, please contact
Joseph McIntyre at joseph at oreilly.com

              
Need some additional time to put together that mind blasting proposal
that is going to knock the socks off your fellow hacker's feet?  
You got it! 
We are extending the original submission deadline to Feb. 18, 2000.  
Don't miss it.

Simone Paddock, Online Evangelist
O'Reilly & Associates
simone at oreilly dot com
www.oreilly.com



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