[kde-community] Fwd: LinuxTag: Call for Papers

Jos Poortvliet jos at opensuse.org
Wed Jan 29 23:06:11 UTC 2014


I send in a talk about wh where we are going (frameworks, Plasma, Active
etc).

sent from my tablet, pls excuse me for brevity and bad spelling
On Jan 27, 2014 11:01 AM, "Claudia Rauch" <rauch at kde.org> wrote:

> LinuxTag Berlin 2014 will take place in a new location. It would be
> cool if we had a few interesting talks in the program, so think about
> submitting a proposal :).
>
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Linuxtag Newsletter <info at linuxtag.org>
> Date: 26 January 2014 17:41
> Subject: LinuxTag: Call for Papers
> To: Claudia  Rauch <rauch at kde.org>
>
>
> Dear Claudia Rauch,
>
> since you contributed in the past to LinuxTag, we'd like to update you
> about this year's event scheduled for May 8 - 10, 2014 in Berlin,
> Germany . We stay in Germany's capital, but a lot of other exiting
> things change: First of all, we team up with droidcon , the world's
> larges independent summit for Android developer and re:publica , one
> of the world’s most important festivals for the digital society. We
> also move the venue right into the heart of Berlin, to an industrial
> landmark, a loungy former railway station in Berlin's Kreuzberg
> quarter.
>
> Behind the scenes we've taken over the organization of the whole event
> and are thus much more flexible for special arrangements . LinuxTag
> Association still organizes the program in a non-for-profit way and
> depends thus on support from sponsors . You could help LinuxTag by
> sending us appropriate contacts from your marketing or recruiting
> departments to sponsoring at linuxtag.org , if this is feasible. Your
> help is highly appreciated.
>
> Our Call for Papers is open as in previous years at Virtual Conference
> Center, https://vcc.linuxtag.org/
>
> and is waiting for your proposals until Feburary 7, 2014. Our program
> committee decided to focus the conference on nine main topics. Click
> on the links to find out about the holistic idea behind the subjects
> originating from the day-to-day experiences of Linux and Open Source
> users, administrators, and developers,
> http://www.linuxtag.org/2014/en/
>
> Find out: Tracing, troubleshooting, and logging
> Protect yourself: Security after Snowden
> Fancy a game? Linux' new steps into entertainment
> Make it so: Configuration management and software deployment
> Roll your own: Bring back your servers home
> Extensible Attic: Deal with vast amounts of data
> Pimp the Web: Speed up your apps and improve user experience
> Go agile: Small steps for your code, but a giant leap for Users
> OpenStack: One IaaS platform for all needs
>
> We appreciate any proposals and ask you to relay this message to
> friends, team members, or co-workers . Apart from the main topics, we
> also gladly accept proposals for other subjects . Additionally, for
> the first time we have also the opportunity to have more informal
> lectures, workshops, or mini barcamps in the evening, since we may use
> the venue until late.
>
> We're also looking for session chairs , who support reviewing
> proposals, and moderators/crew members who help us during the
> conference. If you are interested, drop us a note at
> conference at linuxtag.org .
>
> Don't hestitate to ask if you have questions. Suggest ideas to improve
> LinuxTag.
>
> On behalf of the conference team,
> Tobias Paepke and Nils Magnus
>
>
>
> --
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