Open Source Developers Conference 2005

Open Source Developers Conference 2005 will be held at the Caulfield Campus of Monash University in Melbourne, 5-7th December,2005.

Python will be one of the topics for discussion at the conference.

You can submit your papers on open source development tools, languages and technologies.

If you are interested in submitting a proposal, You will need to create a login, note that the date for paper acceptance has changed from the 12th to the 2nd of September.Your paper should contain an abstract, introduction, body and conclusion also ensure that this submission has had its grammar and spelling corrected and that code snippets work. Once your paper has been reviewed, the review results will be provided to you so that you can make the requested improvements for the published version.

You can write on Following topics :

  • Perl
  • PHP
  • Python
  • Java
  • Ruby
  • C/C++
  • C#/Mono
  • Web – XML/HTML/Javascript

*If your technology or language isn’t listed, Select ‘Other’ and include a note in your proposal *

You can write on these areas :

  • Security
  • Education
  • Business
  • Databases

Operating Systems :

  • OS X
  • Windows
  • Linux/Unix

The following types of presentations will be accepted :

Lightning Talks ( 7 minutes ) –
Talks will focus on a single example, idea, project or technique,talks are not expected to cover all aspects of the subject. Its an excellent opportunity for first-time speakers.You don’t need to submit a proposal for a lightning talk , there will be sign-up sheets at the conference.

Standard ( 30 minutes ) –
It allows 20 minutes for talking, 5 minutes for questions and 5 minutes for people to move to the next room.

Long ( 45 minutes ) –
Long talks are ideal for experienced speakers who want to cover a large topic. 45 minutes for talking, 10 minutes for answering questions.

Reference :
>> Call for Papers

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