[Linux-aus] Open Source Developers Conference 2011

Gavin Jackson gavin.jackson at gmail.com
Thu Aug 4 09:20:27 EST 2011

This year the Open Source Developers' Conference (OSDC) will be hosted in
our nation’s capital, Canberra from Monday 14th - Friday 18th November 2011.
OSDC is a great way to meet your peers, share your knowledge, and improve
your skills.

We have a number of sessions available during the main conference (16, 17,
18th November), please feel free to submit multiple papers - presentation
length can be 20 minutes (30 minute session) or 45 minutes (1 hour session)
- allowing time to field questions and transition between talks.

Miniconfs will be held on Monday 14th and Tuesday 15th of November. Let us
know if you are interested in organising a mini conference for one of these
days (or even for half a day).

Presentation topics can cover the creation and use of Open Source
technologies - software, hardware, open data, databases, visualisation,
cloud computing, web, programming languages, frameworks, system
administration, government - WE WANT YOU!

Presenters for the main conference and miniconf organisers will receive free
entry to the conference (one free ticket per miniconf), and the admiration
and love of the Australian Open Source community.

For more details, and to submit a presentation proposal online, please refer
to our website http://osdc.com.au <http://osdc.com.au/>. You can also follow
us on twitter @osdc2011.

Closing date for submissions is 15 August 2011. The outcome of the
presentation proposal will be provided within two weeks of this cut off.

Key Dates:

15 August 2011 - Call for presentations closes
31 August 2011 - Proposal Acceptance
14 - 15 November 2011 - Miniconfs
16 - 18 November 2011 - Main Conference

We look forward to receiving your presentation proposals.

Kind regards,
OSDC 2011 Organising Committee
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