LCA2010 Open Programming Languages Miniconf: CFP Closes on Friday!
And this time we mean it!
Our CFP was extended by a month, and now you only have this week to get your presentation proposals in for the LCA2010 Open Programming Languages Miniconf!
Our call for presentations closes on Friday 23 October 2009, so if you’re planning on attending LCA2010 in Wellington in January, and have something to say about doing development with Open Source programming languages, libraries or frameworks, we’d love to hear from you!
We’re looking primarly for standard-length talks (20-25 minutes including questions), but we’ll also consider double-length talks on suitably compelling topics (that’s 40-45 minutes including questions).
Our CFP is available from http://blogs.tucs.org.au/oplm/cfp/ — if you’ve already read it, you can submit your proposal at http://blogs.tucs.org.au/oplm/cfp/submit/
ABOUT THE MINICONF
The Linux.conf.au Open Programming Languages Miniconf is a single-day mini-conference about application development with Open Source programming languages. Featuring talks on a wide range of topics and programming languages, this miniconf aims to bring together open source developers with presentations that share techniques, best practices and values amongst programmers of all open programming languages. OPLM2010 will be held at Linux.conf.au 2010, in Wellington, New Zealand on January 18.
OPLM2010 is being organised by Christopher Neugebauer and Jacinta Richardson with help from the broader community. You can contact the OPLM2010 organising team at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at http://blogs.tucs.org.au/oplm