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Re: [qldjvm] Your Help Needed! Java talks for OSDC.

From: Paul M.
Sent on: Tuesday, August 2, 2011 5:31 PM
Hi Steve,

Add me to your list for YOW.

I am also interested in putting in for a talk at OSDC. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. If I get in, I would like to contribute to your mini-conf as well as long we can find common ground. Anything JVM, SDLC, DSL would count. Let me know when you are ready to go public with your mini-confi idea.

regards,
Paul Marrington
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On 01/08/2011, at 9:19 PM, Steve Dalton wrote:

Sorry - I neglected to mention the date:

November 16-18 (mini-confs on preceding 2 days)

and the website

http://osdc.com.au

On Mon, Aug 1, 2011 at 9:15 PM, Steve Dalton <[address removed]> wrote:
Hi All

Open Source Developers Conference is an awesome conference that runs
every year in a different Australian city - it's been to Brisbane a
couple of times and this year is in Canberra at ANU. I've attended 3
and it's a great experience and very good value.

I've been working with the organisers on doing a JVM mini-conf, but
they are now quite keen to create a complete Java track within the
conference. The conference started as Perl conference and later PHP,
but has changed a lot in recent years including Python, Ruby, Java and
much more. Java is always a bit weak but we are really hoping to
change this this year (especially since there are a lot of Java people
in Canberra) - but we need your help to contribute.

Call for presentations is still open until August 15th and you can
submit your talk here:

http://www.jotform.com/form/11115946229#[masked]

I have also attached some information on CFP to this email. You can
also submit mini-conf ideas if you have any - now that the JVM
mini-conf material is in the main conf, I do have an idea for one that
I hope to share soon - but the more the merrier. If your paper or
mini-conf idea is accepted you also get a free ticket to the
conference.

The conference will be an interesting one this year as there is a lot
of interest in Open Source in the Federal government and with the
conference being in Canberra there are going to be a fair amount of
government people there - so will make for some interesting networking
opportunities.

A few in our group have already submitted and we really appreciate
that - but I hope this email encourages a few more of you to have a
go.

Regards
Steve

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