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Siju Oommen George writes:
AsiaBSDCon is a conference for users and developers on BSD based systems. The next conference will be held in Tokyo, in March of 2008. The conference is for anyone developing, deploying and using systems based on FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, DragonFlyBSD, Darwin and MacOS X. AsiaBSDCon is a technical conference and aims to collect the best technical papers and presentations available to ensure that the latest developments in our open source community are shared with the widest possible audience.
Paper submission guidelines below.
How to Submit
The initial submission must be in the form of an extended abstract between 2 and 5 pages long in English. While there is no paticular format for the abstract, submissions which are much beyond this form such as too long or too short one will be returned for resubmission. Submissions should be written from a strong technical background and should clearly demonstrate that:
- There is a significant problem being solved or a real world experience being demonstrated.
- There is active work being done.
- There is enough progress to make a complete written submission.
- There is data proving either the success or failure of any claims.
We are interested in all technical areas which relate to the BSDs, including User Applications, Novel Interfaces, Networking, Embedded Systems, Security, Device Support and systems both inside and outside of the kernel.
Abstracts and papers should be submitted electronically in PDF format via our web form (will be available soon). If you have questions or encounter problems, please send electronic mail to the program chair at . Include appropriate references to establish that you are familiar with related work, and where possible, provide detailed data to establish that you have a working implementation or measurement tool. Submissions will be judged on the quality of the written submission and whether or not the work is of interest to the community. Business development or marketing pieces are not appropriate for submission.
Papers should be new papers, not previously read at other conferences. Likewise, accepted papers should not be presented at other conferences after AsiaBSDCon without new art. All papers should be considered 'open source', and as such, non-disclosure agreements and other limits will require us to return the paper.
Authors will be notified by 24 December 2007. All accepted submissions will be expected to produce a final paper for publication in the proceedings and electronic files for the conference web site by 31 January, 2008. The final paper should describe work that has been completed as of the time of their submission. If necessary, members of the program committee will help shepherd authors through the writing process prior to final acceptance for publication in the proceedings.
Each accepted paper must be presented by at least one author. Final papers are limited to 12 pages, including diagrams, figures, and appendices.
To discuss potential submissions and for inquiries regarding the content of the conference program, contact the program chair at secretary () asiabsdcon dot org.
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