Dear Kostas Koudaras:
We start call for paper for COSCUP 2012.
We are glad to announce that in 2012 the COSCUP conference will
feature a full two-day track dedicated entirely to KDE and openSUSE.
People from both organisations have teamed up to bring you the best
But for that, we need your help!
The program committee is looking for talks about KDE and openSUSE.
Possible topics are (but not limited to):
desktop technologies (d-bus, gstreamer, etcetera)
embedded and mobile
distribution technologies (packaging tools, build systems, etcetera)
challenges in adapting software to local needs (L10N, I18N)
cloud computing and integration into the desktop
or anything else you think the world should hear about!
Although the ties between KDE and openSUSE have historically been very
tight the talks do not have to be about both KDE and openSUSE.
Both communities are very open and we will welcome talks about KDE on
other distributions (Fedora, Ubuntu, etcetera), or other desktops on
openSUSE (GNOME, XFCE, etcetera).
The call for papers ends on June 15. Please send in a proposal of
about 200 words, accompanied by a ~50 words biography, in either
English or Chinese, to cfp(a)opensuse.org before that date.
On Sun, Mar 11, 2012 at 4:03 AM, Kostas Koudaras <warlordfff(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> 2012/2/29 Max <sakanamax(a)gmail.com>:
>> Dear ALL:
>> I am Max from Taiwan -- openSUSE ambassador and GNOME foundaion member too. ^__^
>> It's midnight in Taiwan.
>> But I really happy to say "openSUSE and KDE will have one track( 2
>> days - 14 slot Presentations) at 18 - 19 Aug 2012 in COSCUP Taiwan" (I
>> am sorry, I just make sure the date and slot today)
>> What is COSCUP?
>> COSCUP is the largest annual FLOSS conference organized by local
>> communities in Taiwan. The conference has sessions for new users,
>> enthusiastic promoters, coders or anyone who is interested in
>> cutting-edge FLOSS technologies. The goal is to create a friendly and
>> informative environment for people from different communities to make
>> friends, learn new technologies and inspire each other.
>> Open source software is supported by 3 groups: coders, users and
>> promoters. This conference is aimed at all three groups. No matter
>> whether you are a new user, a passionate promoter, mature developer or
>> anywhere in between, you are welcome at COSCUP, the Conference for
>> Open Source Coders, Users and Promoters!
>> for COSCUP | GNOME.Asia 2010 and COSCUP 2011 there are 1,000 people
>> together. ^__^
>> This Year (2012) openSUSE and KDE will get involved with COSCUP.
>> We will have one individual track with 2 days. (About 14 presentaions)
>> Date: 18-19 Aug, 2012
>> Country: Asia -- Taiwan
>> We will have both booth and Conference in COSCUP 2012.
>> We need your participate^^.
>> For some good | interesting topic with openSUSE ( Yes, we will send
>> call for paper as soon as possible <(_ _)> )
>> For booth -- We need your help.
>> For anything else..... good to openSUSE
>> Best regards
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