[chiglug] LAS GNOME Call for Papers
meg387 at gmail.com
Thu Jul 14 03:33:08 UTC 2016
The GNOME Foundation is hosting a conference in Portland September 19 – 23.
The call for participation has been extended until the end of July. Please
consider submitting a talk, and forwarding the announcement to anyone who
may be interested. The announcement is below.
The GNOME Foundation is pleased to announce the Call for Participation in
Libre Application Summit — hosted by GNOME (LAS GNOME). The conference will
be held from September 19 – 23 in Portland, Oregon, and brings together
developers, entrepreneurs, and FOSS enthusiasts for discussion and debate
of the future of Linux apps.
LAS GNOME is the conference to attend if you want to create a business
around Linux-based applications, release your applications to multiple
distributions at the same time, and/or create the conditions necessary to
reach a wider audience for your current Linux apps.
*Possible topics include, but are not limited to:*
- *Ecosystem: *business, legal, community, and social issues
- *Platforms: *deep low-level topics around hardware, drivers, and tools
- *Distribution: *collaborating with established distributions (like
OpenSuse), inter-distribution cooperation, QA and continuous integration.
- *Development: *toolkits, X/Wayland, security, runtimes, SDK,
Proposals by newcomers and experienced speakers are welcomed alike. When
submitting your proposal, please keep in mind that talk slots are 45
*The call for talks will have the following timeline:*
* July 30th:* deadline for submitting your talk proposals through
* September 19th-21st:* core conference days in Portland, Oregon
The papers team is looking forward to your talk proposal. In case
of questions regarding the call for talks, please contact the papers team
at papers at las.gnome org. For general questions regarding the
conference, please consult the LAS GNOME website <http://las.gnome.org/> or
contact the LAS GNOME organizing team.
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