Contributed by tbert on from the finally-get-out-of-the-house dept.
There is a social event planned, and you can save on a babysitter, if you're so inclined:
As its key feature, volunteer speakers will hold a comprehensive range of talks and workshops. Additionally the event offers space and facilities to Free Software developers and projects to organize their own meetings or sub conferences. It is topped off with a fair of booths from FLOSS projects and companies.
We are looking for contributions on current trends and development in all areas of Free and Open Source Software, e.g.:
Focus areas in 2012 are:
- Operating systems
- Software development
- IT security
- Legal aspects
OpenData - Free Software applications and development in the fields Open Science and Open Government
Big Data - Experience reports and lectures on Semantic Technologies, Geo-Mapping, Deduplication, Visualization
Digital Privacy - Best Practices for users and developers, Distributed Privacy, Data Leakage
Until May 23rd, 2012 developers and experts interested in giving a lecture or workshop at the conference can submit their proposals. The selection is done by a program committee early June.
Please send questions about the Call for Papers via email to: email@example.com.
To contact the organizers via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Further information can be found on the web under http://www.froscon.org.
Kids Track / FrogLabs
There will be a separate CfP for the Kids Track, because we invite kids not only as participants this year, but also as instructors. So-called “FrogLabs” address young Open Source fans with playful workshops about the world of computer programming and Open Source software. We will soon publish the Call for Papers for the Frog Labs on kids.froscon.org
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