[Linux-aus] MySQL MiniConf at linux.conf.au 2007 CfP

Colin Charles colin at mysql.com
Thu Nov 23 08:58:02 UTC 2006

This is a call for participation in the second MySQL Miniconf which will
be part of the linux.conf.au (LCA) 2007 conference in Sydney, Australia.
The Miniconf will be run on Monday, January 15th, before the conference
proper starts.

This is the first conference of its type to be held in the Southern
hemisphere and we are looking forward to participants from areas around
Australia, New Zealand, South-East Asia, India and South America.

Any topic is allowed based around MySQL. Types of presentations that
we're after, include:

Conference presentations (30 - 45 minutes)
Tales of Deployment (10 - 30 minutes) - these are designed to show
people how
MySQL has been implemented in the real world, which will comprise of a
mash-up of a case study and a discussion session.

Please submit an abstract of your suggested presentation via email to
mysql-miniconf at mysql.com.

For all abstracts, the following information is required:

Title of Presentation
Description (no longer than 250 words)
Targeted Audience
Full Name
Email Address
URL of Home Page (if it should be listed in the program)
Job Title (if it should be listed in the program)
Company/Affiliation (if any)
Postal Address
Contact Telephone Number (for last minute issues, cell phone number
Short Biography (1 or 2 paragraphs)
Your proposal must be sent before the 30th November 2006 in order to be
considered for inclusion in the conference.

Please note that the MySQL Miniconf forms part of the LCA 2007 main
conference held by Linux Australia. This means that you must register
for LCA 2007 attendance to participate in the conference. For further
details regarding registration and accommodation for LCA 2007, please
visit LCA 2007.

Speakers will be notified by 7th December 2007.
Colin Charles, Community Engineer
MySQL AB, Melbourne, Australia, www.mysql.com
Office: 4528 at sip.mysql.com / +46 18 174 400 ext. 4528
Mobile: +614 12 593 292 / Skype: colincharles

MySQL Forge: http://forge.mysql.com/

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