PGDay is on October 17 and 18 (possibly a devroom on the 16th evening as
2008/4/2, Koen Martens <gmc(at)sonologic(dot)nl>:
> Hi All,
> Wasn't the 18th also the proposed day for the PGday in Italy??
> ----- Forwarded message from Mathieu Arnold <mat(at)freebsd(dot)org> -----
> EuroBSDcon 2008: Family Meeting
> The European BSD Conference, October 18-19th 2008, Strasbourg, France
> FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, MacOS X, DragonFlyBSD, PC-BSD, DesktopBSD: Are
> doing interesting things with one of these BSD based operating system?
> Anything hot you are working on? Come to Strasbourg and talk about it!
> EuroBSDCon is a conference for users and developers on BSD based
> systems. We
> are looking for papers about all aspects of BSD based operating systems
> especially if you can tell our audience something new about:
> * Products embedding BSD systems
> * Desktop computing with BSD systems
> * BSD based products, how, why, what
> * How you are reworking ports pkgsrc
> * What are the BSD developers working on now
> * Virtualizing BSD based systems
> * Installing BSD system on your coffee machine
> * File systems, networking, security, and general kernel hacking
> * Tools for monitoring, measuring, debugging, and optimizing BSD
> * The science and art of open source programming
> Extended abstract (two A4 pages) in English, with an outline of your
> talk, a few keywords and a bit about yourself should be sent to us by
> email at
> pc(at)eurobsdcon(dot)org before June 1st 2008.
> If you are interested in presenting a tutorial, please let us know.
> Practical Information
> Speakers attend the conference for free and we will reimburse speakers
> and lodging if nobody else will pay for it. We will aim to finalize the
> program and notify the selected speakers by July 1st 2008. All speakers
> be expected to produce a final paper and electronic files for the
> web site by September 15th, 2008.
> We will not waste money and trees on printed proceedings but will
> the conference material electronically and expect to receive your final
> no later than 4 weeks before the conference. Please let us know if you
> to include other materials (articles, HOWTO etc). All papers should be
> considered 'open source', and as such, non-disclosure agreements and other
> limits will require us to return the paper.
> If you want to give a short talk about recent developments, early projects
> a new idea not yet ready to be published, a ?Works In Progress? session
> be organized during the conference. We are particularly interested in
> presentation of student work.
> The language of the conference is English. If we can arrange it, all
> will be videotaped (unless the speaker objects).
> Find more info about the conference, travel, accommodation and more, at
> conference website http://2008.euroBSDCon.org/.
> The conference program is in the capable hands of:
> * Mathieu Arnold
> * Emmanuel Dreyfus
> * Philip Paeps
> * Ollivier Robert
> * Thierry Thomas
> * Wim Vandeputte
> * Robert Watson
> Mathieu Arnold
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> ----- End forwarded message -----
> K.F.J. Martens, Sonologic, http://www.sonologic.nl/
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