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Deadline 18th, Aug 2014.
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CALL FOR PAPER
The first openSUSE Asia Summit Program Committee is ready to accept
your proposals for sessions! We're also ready to register visitors
interested in joining us. Your talk and workshop submissions should be
fit for one of the four main tracks: End Users, Business, Community
and Project, Technology and Development.
You can submit your abstracts in our conference submission tool. The
submission period begins today, and closes Aug 18. Note that the first
bunch of accepted proposal acceptance emails will be sent on Sep 1,
allowing you to start planning your trip already. And of course, first
come, first served! So, be in time!
The Four Tracks
This is the first openSUSE Asia Summit. The theme is:
openSUSE - Bring you to the free world!
End User Track
The end user track provides the opportunity for the power users of any
application to share their knowledge and share tricks they apply to
get the most out of the applications they use. Know of a non-obvious
but very useful feature, present it's usage to fellow Geekos and users
in this track. Topics include, but not limited to, applications,
desktop environments, multimedia solutions and games.
The business track provides the opportunity for those that use
openSUSE and/or FOSS in their business to describe the unique
challenges they face. This includes, but not limited to, issues and
solutions of interfacing with regulatory institutions, other business,
staff training, and changing technology course.
Community & Project Track
Sessions in this area should focus on project and community
activities, including, but not limited to, project governance,
marketing, artwork and advocate reports. In many cases, this sessions
bring a strong sense of unity to the project as a whole as we discuss
some of the unique challenges that an Open Source Community confronts.
If you have ideas that can help a community be stronger, join this
Technology & Development Track
Sessions in this area should focus on system technology and
distribution development. Including, but not limited to, software
packaging, development/testing/debugging tools/practices/methods.
Infrastructure software, deployment strategies and monitoring. These
sessions will help a few of our members gain understanding of the many
tools they can use when working in development for the distribution
and other exciting projects.
We will have four types of events:
Lightning Talk (10 mins)
Short Talk (30 mins)
Long Talk (60 mins)
Workshop (2 hours)
If it is possible that your audience can practise what you share in a
meeting room, you would better do a workshop.
You can send in proposals until Aug 18, but the sooner the better. We
will start accepting submissions on Sep 1.
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