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Call For Papers OOoCon 2003 is CLOSED

Thanks to all for your submissions. The review will start soon and you will hear from us, whether your proposal was accepted.

We recommend to use the Impress template for your presentation.

The conference will cover the following topics organized in two tracks:

General Development
General Usage and Features   Software Development Kit  
Business and Governemt   Porting  
Marketing   Localization  
Standards (especially XML)   Filters  
Open Source   QA  
The Community        

Abstracts should be no longer than 400 words.

For all abstract submissions, the following information is required:

  • Session Title
  • Session Description
  • Targeted Audience
  • Proposed Track (e.g.: "Development - Filters" or "General - Marketing")
  • Preferred Session Type (Conference Session, Case Study, BOF)
  • Full Name
  • Email Address
  • URL of Home Page (if it should be listed in the program)
  • Job Title (if it should be listed in the program)
  • Company/Affiliation (if any)
  • Postal Address
  • Contact Telephone Number (for last minute issues, cell phone number preferred)
  • Short Biography (1 or 2 paragraphs)

As the Community consists of members from countries all over the world the talk should be in English.

Your proposal must be sent before February 21 to
in order to be considered for inclusion in the Conference.

We recommend to use the Impress template for your presentation.

... and stay tuned for further information...

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