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PostgreSQL Session #3 : Call for Papers

From: damien clochard <damien(at)dalibo(dot)info>
To: pgsql-announce(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: PostgreSQL Session #3 : Call for Papers
Date: 2011-10-27 10:40:49
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======  PostgreSQL Session #3 : Call for Papers ======

After two successful sessions dedicated to the version 9.0 (feb. 2011)
and PostGIS (june 2011), we'd like to announce that the 3rd PostgreSQL
Session will be held on February 2nd 2012 in Paris, France. More
information at:

The topic of the conference will be:

**PostgreSQL Replication: a wide range of possibilities**

We're launching a call for paper for this event. You can now submit your
talks, in English or in French. Each talk should last 45 minutes
(questions included) and should be focused on the topic of the event. We
are interested in any talk about the following subjects:

    * Bucardo
    * pgpool
    * Londiste
    * RubyRep
    * PostgreSQL-XC
    * Slony
    * and of course Streaming Replication + Hot Standby

Talks can be either: a case study, a Proof of Concept, a tutorial, a
benchmark, a presentation of a new feature, etc. Of course, we're open
to propositions on any other replication related topics (monitoring,
hardware replication, etc.) !

The submission deadline is November 30th, 2011.
Selected speakers will be notified before December 14th, 2011.

You can now send your proposals to:


Please give us a little information about you and your talk, such as:

    * First Name and Last Name
    * Twitter Account (if any)
    * Company
    * Short Biography
    * Talk title and abstract
    * Any specific need

See you in Paris next February !

damien clochard |

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