Following the phenomenal international success of PGDay 2007, the 2008
event, to be held on October 17th and 18th will include both an Italian
program and a European program running in parallel. This call for papers
is for the European program - expect a separate one for the Italian one.
The conference will once again be held in the beautiful historic
surroundings of the Monash University Prato Centre in Prato, a small
walled town near Florence, Tuscany.
European PGDay 2008 is the main European event about PostgreSQL this
year. If you're doing interesting PostgreSQL work in Europe or
elsewhere, this is your chance to tell people about it! Our goal is to
have a complete track of English talks during the conference, so that at
any given time there will be at least one English and one Italian talk
available to go to.
We are interested in talks about all things related to PostgreSQL, for
* PostgreSQL development projects/efforts
* Solutions built on PostgreSQL
* Migration projects
* Advocacy efforts
* ... and much more ...
For more information, as well as instructions on how to submit a paper,
please visit the PGDay website at:
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