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OSDC::Israel Conference 26-28 Feb. 2006

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Open Source Developers' Conference,
26-28 February, 2006, Netanya, Israel
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Announcement and Call for Papers

http://www.osdc.org.il/call_for_paper.html

About
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The Open Source Developers' Conferences (OSDCs) are grassroots symposia
originating from Australia. The conference tries to bring together the
users of various OS technologies such as Perl, Python, Ruby, Tcl, PHP,
MySQL, PostgreSQL, Subversion and more.
The Israeli OSDC is organized by the Israeli Perl Mongers and the
Israeli Python user group.
Our aim is to bring together practitioners, scholars, students,
programmers, researchers and managers from different areas to discuss
their views on various aspects of the Open Source technologies, to share
knowledge and to have fun while doing so.

Structure
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The conference will last for 3 days with 3 parallel tracks of
presentations. Presentations will be given in either Hebrew or English,
depending on the speaker's preference (the language will be listed in
advance).

Call for Papers
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Recommended Topics for Python Related Presentations:

* Python based web & content-management technology (e.g. Zope)
* Major or Interesting packages (e.g. Twisted)
* Language development and new implementations (e.g. PyPy)
* Interfacing other languages (e.g. boost-python)

The examples given above are suitable for long presentations or
tutorials, but we also accept 40 and 20 minutes presentations, and 5
minute lightning talks.
Any other topics which are interesting and relevant to Open Source
Developers are also welcome.

For submitting proposals: http://www.osdc.org.il/proposal.html

For updates and more details:

http://www.osdc.org.il/index.html
Nov 22 '05 #1
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