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BSDCan 2006 Call For Papers

Contributed by mk/reverse on from the time-to-plan-ahead dept.

BSDCan 2005 proved that the first annual BSDCan was no fluke. We've demonstrated repeatedly that we know how to put on a good conference. It's hard to follow on from such success, but we know we can keep improving. It is with great pleasure that I announce the BSDCan 2006 Call For Papers.

BSDCan 2006 will be held May 12-13, 2006, in Ottawa at University of Ottawa. We are now requesting proposals for papers.

The papers should be written with a very strong technical content bias. Papers and proposals of a business development or marketing nature are not appropriate for this venue.

The schedule is:

19 Dec 2005 Proposal acceptance begins

19 Jan 2006 Proposal acceptance ends

19 Feb 2006 Confirmation of accepted proposals

19 Mar 2006 Abstracts due

19 Apr 2006 Formatted final papers must arrive no later than this date

Please submit all proposals to

NOTE: This is the schedule for formal papers. We are also accepting submissions for for talks and presentations. If you have a proposal, please contact us at

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  1. By Michael Knudsen ( on

    Thanks to whoever submitted this. I lost the name during editing, sorry.

    1. By tedu ( on

      the links got dicked up too, btw.

      1. By Anonymous Coward ( on

        yeah the quotes on the link have been escaped i.e.

        <a href=\"\">

        as opposed to

        <a href="">

      2. By jolan ( on

        fixed, thanks guys.

    2. By Dan Langille ( on

      That submitter was me.


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