Re: 5th Annual Linux Showcase & Conference: Call for Papers
If you would like to give a talk or tutorial at ALS please drop me
and Tiffany a line
Tiffany Peoples wrote:
> 5th Annual Linux Showcase & Conference (ALS 2001)
> November 6-10, 2001
> Oakland, CA USA
> Sponsored by USENIX and the Atlanta Linux Showcase, Inc., in
> cooperation with Linux International
> Now in its fifth year, the Annual Linux Showcase & Conference
> http://www.linuxshowcase.org continues its remarkable development as
> the premier technical Linux conference, attracting talks by experts
> on everything from kernel internals to Internet services, panels
> discussing the state of the Kernel, Linux in the real world, xfree86,
> and more.
> And this year, ALS breaks with tradition by moving out of Atlanta to
> the SF Bay Area!
> The ALS 2001 Program Committee invites you to contribute your ideas,
> proposals, and papers for tutorials, invited talks, refereed
> technical papers, and work-in-progress reports. We welcome
> submissions that address any and all issues relating to Linux and the
> Open Source world.
> The Call for Papers with submission guidelines and suggested topics
> is now available at http://www.linuxshowcase.org
> Submissions are due June 5, 2001
> The first XFree86 Technical Conference will run concurrently with ALS
> on November 7 & 8. If you are a developer building applications and
> systems using XFree86, plan to submit a paper or attend this event.
> For more information check: http://www.usenix.org/events/xfree86/
> Please join us and participate in the premier technical conference
> for Linux enthusiasts and professionals! We look forward to seeing
> you in Oakland in November 2001!
> 5th Annual Linux Showcase & Conference (ALS 2001) is sponsored by
> USENIX, the Advanced Computing Systems Association, and the Atlanta
> Linux Showcase, in cooperation with Linux International.
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