[AUUG-Talk]: Re: AUUG2007 - 'Quality' - Call for Papers
sjenkin at canb.auug.org.au
Fri Aug 17 16:52:32 EST 2007
Andrew Chalmers wrote on 16/8/07 10:46 PM:
Don't want to overload/push you, but I'm guessing you've got a timetable
to put the call for papers and other details up on the website. e.g.
Would you mind punching out an email to the list saying when you expect
to get this done.
> The AUUG Annual Conference will be held in Melbourne, Australia,
> 13-14 October 2007. The conference will be preceded by one day of
> tutorials, to be held on 12 October 2007.
> This year's theme is simply 'Quality'.
> Within this broad area, AUUG invites proposals for papers and tutorials
> on topics not limited to:
> - content management and multimedia
> - innovative trends in computer languages and software development
> - networking protocols, architecture and infrastructure
> - open source projects
> - performance measurement and management
> - security and privacy
> - standards-based computing
> - operating system internals
> - application management and deployment
> - technology-driven business enhancement
> - cost effective operation of IT infrastructure
> - cutting edge techniques in information management
> - technicals aspects of Unix, Linux and BSD variants
> - managing distributed networks
> - system and application monitoring
> - security in the enterprise
> - networking in the enterprise
> - business experience and case studies
> - cluster computing
> Presentations may be given as tutorials, technical papers or management
> Technical papers are designed for those who need in-depth knowledge,
> management studies present case studies of real-life experiences in the
> conference's fields of interest.
> Panel sessions will also be timetabled in the conference. Speakers are
> encouraged to participate and indeed, to suggest topics.
> Tutorials, which may be of either a technical or management
> provide a more thorough presentation, of either a half-day or full-day
> Speaker Incentives
> Speakers receive complimentary registration on the day of their
> Speakers who submit a paper for publication in the conference
> (by the due date), as well as tutorial presenters, receive
> registration for the full conference.
> Submission Guidelines
> Intending speakers should submit an abstract of at least a few
> paragraphs and
> a brief biography, clearly indicating their preferred presentation
> Proposals should be emailed to board at auug.org.au.
> Important Dates
> Abstracts/ProposalsDue: 10 September 2007
> Authors notified: 15 September 2007
> Final copy due: 20 September 2007
> Tutorials: 12 October 2007
> Conference: 13-14 October 2007
> More details to follow!
> Hope to see you all there!
> auug-announce - announcements from AUUG Inc.
> auug-announce at auug.org.au
Steve Jenkin, Info Tech, Systems and Design Specialist.
0412 786 915 (+61 412 786 915)
PO Box 48, Kippax ACT 2615, AUSTRALIA
sjenkin at canb.auug.org.au http://members.tip.net.au/~sjenkin
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