USENIX 2004 Abstracts wanted ASAP

Ralf Nolden nolden at
Tue Dec 16 10:05:52 GMT 2003

On Dienstag, 16. Dezember 2003 00:54, Eva Brucherseifer wrote:
> Hi Ralf,
> is there any official sponsoring of travel costs by the organizers
> available?
Might be but I can't promise. The most important part is that I need abstracts 
because naturally abstracts handed in will be sorted and also sorted out. So, 
the more abstracts we come up with, the more likely the number of accepted 
papers from the KDE side.
> Also I'd like to add the deadlines, they only appear in the pdf file:
> submission deadline for abstracts is Dec 16th (tomorrow!) and for papers
> April 8th.
Exactly. But we have some more time. Please try to come up with a 3 page 
abstract to keep it as short as needed until the weekend. (I'll try to deal 
another extension of abstract submission until then, but please take the 
weekend for the deadline for now).

> Greetings,
> eva
> On Monday 15 December 2003 17:46, Ralf Nolden wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > sorry for crossposting. I'm a member of the program comitee for the
> > USENIX 2004 FREENIX track about free software and open source
> > technologies and I would like everyone interested submit an abstract ASAP
> > about their new stuff and what makes it so interesting to use and develop
> > for KDE. So this is your #1 chance to demo your newest technologies in
> > KDE development at an internationally recognized show:
> >
> >
> >
> > The conference will be held in Boston, MA in June, 2004
> >
> > Please drop me a quick  note so I an collect the KDE-based submissions
> > and do a selection together with the other program comitee members.
> >
> > PR-Wise this is our chance to bring KDE technologies to wider recognition
> > especially in the enterprise desktop market and it is extremely important
> > for us to have as many abstracts about KDE as possible, so please submit
> > as many abstracts as possible, even if it's just about a technology that
> > you think of being totally simple and too easy to be even mentioned - we
> > have a lot to show off and explain people how to use it, so submit
> > abstracts.
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Ralf

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