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 From:  Nik Clayton <nik at ngo dot org dot uk>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Fwd: Call for Participation--USENIX Annual Technical Conference, UseBSD and Freenix Tracks
 Date:  Sat, 6 Dec 2003 12:36:51 +0000
Thought this might be appropriate for Manuel, or anyone using m0n0wall 
to do interesting things.

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> From: Gregory Sutter <gsutter at zer0 dot org>
> Date: 6 December 2003 03:18:51 GMT
> To: developers at freebsd dot org
> Subject: Call for Participation--USENIX Annual Technical Conference, 
> UseBSD and Freenix Tracks
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> Call for Participation--USENIX Annual Technical Conference, UseBSD
> and Freenix Tracks
>
> Daily Daemon News
>   complete story and comments:
>     http://daily.daemonnews.org/view_story.php3?story_id=4273
>
> Submitted By : Alex Walker, <alex at usenix dot org>
>
> =====
>
> UseBSD Submission Deadline: January 5, 2004
>
> UseBSD will be a one-day special interest group (SIG) session hosted
> as part of the 2004 USENIX Annual Technical Conference in Boston
> (June 27 -July 2, 2004). UseBSD will showcase ways in which creative
> members of the BSD community are making use of BSD - on the desktop,
> in embedded applications, in corporate data centers, in computational
> clusters, in business environments, and more!
>
> The UseBSD Program Committee solicits proposals for presentations
> related to BSD-derived systems.
>
> Submission guidelines, suggested topics and conference details are
> available on the USEBSD page:
>   http://www.usenix.org/events/usenix04/usebsd.html
>
> Murray Stokely, FreeBSD Mall, Inc.
> UseBSD Program Chair
>
> Chris Demetriou, Broadcom
> Kostas Magoutis, IBM Research
> Kirk McKusick, Consultant
> Robert Watson, Network Associates Laboratories
> UseBSD Program Committee
>
> ----------------------------------------------------
> FREENIX Track Call For Papers
> http://www.usenix.org/events/usenix04/freenix.html
> Submission Deadline: December 16, 2003
> ----------------------------------------------------
>
> FREENIX is the forum on free and open source software. New this year, 
> the 2004 FREENIX track will have special emphasis on two related 
> areas:
>
> I. Userland Application and Systems Development:
> Desktop applications
> P2P and web-based systems
> Libraries, toolkits and infrastructures
> Scripting languages and applications
> Novel algorithms and applications
> System management tools
> Software development tools
> Print systems
> II. Free and Open Source Software Engineering:
> Project-centric: Software specification and design methodologies, 
> novel implementation techniques, testing, deployment, readability and 
> security, performance and scalability
> Process-centric: Team governance, administration and management; 
> planning and forecasting; measuring progress and assessing quality
> Integrating tools and theologies
> In addition, we would also welcome submission on a wide variety of 
> topics including:
> Technical aspects of commercial use of free software
> Graphical user interface tools
> Interesting deployment of free software
> Large-scale system management
> Nontechnical aspects including business, legal
> Security and Documentation
> Submission guidelines and conference details are available on our 
> website: http://www.usenix.org/events/usenix04/freenixsubmit.html
>
> Please join us in developing the best technical conference program 
> ever!
>
> Bart Massey, Portland State University
> Keith Packard, Hewlett-Packard Cambridge Research Lab
> 2004 FREENIX Program Chairs
>
> ---------------------------------------------------
> SAVE THE DATE! 2004 USENIX Annual Technical Conference (USENIX '04)
> June 27-July 2, 2004, Boston, Massachusetts
> http://www.usenix.org/events/usenix04/
>
> =====
>
> Greg
> -- 
> Gregory S. Sutter                   The process of scientific discovery
> mailto:gsutter at zer0 dot org             is, in effect, a continual flight
> http://zer0.org/~gsutter/           from wonder.  --Albert Einstein
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