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From Michael Glavassevich <mrgla...@ca.ibm.com>
Subject Fw: [Announce] Call For Papers opens for ApacheCon US 2009
Date Fri, 07 Nov 2008 21:52:49 GMT


FYI.

Michael Glavassevich
XML Parser Development
IBM Toronto Lab
E-mail: mrglavas@ca.ibm.com
E-mail: mrglavas@apache.org

"William A. Rowe, Jr." <wrowe@apache.org> wrote on 11/07/2008 04:41:46 PM:

> Projects, please distribute the attached invitation far and wide in your
> communities (user and dev lists, feeds, forums, etc).
>
> ----- Message from "William A. Rowe, Jr." <wrowe@apache.org> on Fri,
> 07 Nov 2008 15:39:34 -0600 -----
>
> To:
>
> announce@apache.org
>
> Subject:
>
> [Announce] Call For Papers opens for ApacheCon US 2009
>
> If you have only 30 seconds to read this;
>
> Join us in celebrating the ASF's 10th Anniversary at ApacheCon!
>
> The Call for Papers is now open for ApacheCon US 2009, taking place 2-6
> November in Oakland, California. Proposals are being accepted at
> http://us.apachecon.com/c/acus2009/cfp/ and can be revised at anytime
until
> the submissions closing deadline of 28 February 2009.
>
> In addition, sponsorship opportunities for both ApacheCon EU
2009/Amsterdam
> and ApacheCon US 2009/Oakland are available. Please contact Delia Frees
at
> delia@apachecon.com for further information.
>
> Please, read on...
>
> *******
>
> ApacheCon Celebrates the ASF's 10th Anniversary in Oakland, California,
> 2-6 November 2009
>
> Call for Papers Opens for ApacheCon US 2009
>
> The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) invites submissions to its official
> user and developer conference, taking place 2-6 November 2009 at the
Oakland
> Convention Center and Marriott Hotel. ApacheCon serves as a forum for
> showcasing the ASF's latest projects, members, and community initiatives.
> Offering unparalleled educational opportunities, ApacheCon's
presentations,
> hands-on trainings, and sessions address key technology, development,
> business/community, and licensing issues in Open Source.
>
> The wide range of activities offered at ApacheCon promotes the exchange
of
> ideas amongst ASF Members, committers, innovators, developers, vendors,
and
> users interested in the future of Open Source technology. The conference
> program includes peer-reviewed sessions, trainings/workshops, and select
> invited keynote presentations and speakers.
>
> Conference Themes and Topics
>
> Building on ten years of success, ApacheCon returns to the Bay Area for
the
> 10th anniversary of the Apache Software Foundation. Comprising some of
the
> most active and recognized developers in the Open Source community,
> ApacheCon provides an influential platform for dialogue between Open
Source
> developers and users, traversing a wide range of ideas, expertise, and
> personalities.
>
> ApacheCon welcomes submissions across many fields, geographic locations,
and
> areas of development. The breadth of the Apache community lends itself to
> conference content that is somewhat loosely-structured, with common
themes
> of interest addressing groundbreaking technologies and emerging trends,
best
> practices (from development to deployment), case studies and lessons
learned
> (tips, tools, and tricks). In addition, ApacheCon will continue to offer
its
> highly popular, two-day intensive trainings; certifications of completion
> will be distributed to those who fulfill all the training requirements.
>
> Topics appropriate for submission are manifold, and may include but are
not
> restricted to: Apache HTTP server (installation, configuration,
migration,
> and more); ASF-wide projects (including Lucene, Hadoop, Jackrabbit, and
> Maven); Scripting languages and dynamic content (such as Java, Perl,
Python,
> Ruby, XSL, and PHP); Security and e-commerce (performance tuning, load
> balancing and high availability); New technologies (including broader
> initiatives such as Web Services and Web 2.0); ASF-Incubated projects
(such
> as Sling, UIMA, and Shindig); and Business/Community issues (Open Source
> driven business models, open development, enterprise adoption, and more).
>
> Submission Guidelines
>
> Submissions must include; ? Session title - Speaker name - Speaker
biography
> - Session description - Format and duration - Audience expertise level
>
> Full details are available online on the CFP page at [WWW]
> http://us.apachecon.com/c/acus2009/cfp/
>
> Types of Presentations; - Trainings/Workshops - General Sessions - Case
> Studies/Industry Profiles - Corporate Showcases & Demonstrations - Fast
> Feather (short) sessions - Birds of a Feather discussions - Invited
> Keynotes/Panels/Speakers
>
> Pre-Conference Trainings/Workshops
>
> Held on the first two days of the conference (2-3 November 2009),
ApacheCon
> trainings are available at a registration fee beyond the regular
conference
> fee. Proposals may be submitted for half-day (3 hours), full-day (6
hours),
> or two-day (12 hours) training sessions. These proposed tutorials should
be
> aimed at providing in-depth, hands-on development experience or related
> continuing education. Training submissions are welcome at beginner,
> intermediate, and expert levels.
>
> General Sessions include presentations on practical development
> applications, insight into high-interest projects, best practices and key
> advances, overcoming implementation challenges, and industry innovations.
> Especially welcome are submissions that extend participants'
understanding
> the role of ASF projects and their influence on the Open Source community
at
> large. General Sessions are scheduled for 50 minutes and are accessible
to
> all conference delegates.
>
> Case Study/Industry Profile
>
> Practitioners are invited to submit presentations that focus on how
> implementing particular ASF technologies led to improved
products/solutions,
> service offerings, changes in work practices, among other successes.
> Proposals that highlight overcoming interesting challenges in application
> design and developing innovative frameworks using multiple ASF projects
are
> particularly encouraged. NOTE: Marketing-oriented submissions aimed at
> promoting specific organizations or products will not be accepted.
>
> Invited Keynotes/Panels/Speakers
>
> Each conference the ApacheCon Planning team invites select presenters
> dealing with engaging, dialectical, and challenging subjects to present
in
> keynote and/or panel formats. Topics include cutting-edge technology
> development, industry leadership, hot or emerging trends, opinions on
> controversial issues, insight on technology paradigms, and contrasting
> viewpoints in complementary professional areas. Those interested in
> suggesting a candidate for an invited speaker opportunity should submit a
> brief proposal with the speaker's name, affiliation, background/bio,
> overview of topics of interest, and contact information.
>
> Birds of a Feather (BoF) sessions and Fast Feather Track talks are
selected
> by separate processes, nearer to the beginning of the conference.
>
> Proposals are now being accepted at
http://us.apachecon.com/c/acus2009/cfp/
> and can be revised at anytime until the submissions closing deadline of
28
> February 2009.
>
> In addition, sponsorship opportunities for both ApacheCon EU
2009/Amsterdam
> and ApacheCon US 2009/Oakland are available. Please contact Delia Frees
at
> delia@apachecon.com for further information.
>
> ApacheCon US 2009 is co-produced by the Apache Software Foundation and
Stone
> Circle Productions. The ApacheCon Planning team comprises ASF Members
from
> all over the world working on a wholly-volunteer basis. For more
> information, visit http://us.apachecon.com/c/acus2009/
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