CeBIT Open Source Forum Call for Papers
One of CeBIT’s most successful forums returns in 2015.
The CeBIT 2015 Open Source Forum features a comprehensive daily program of more than 60 presentations, illuminating all aspects of Linux, open source, and free software.
From systemd to Raspberry Pi
The Call for Papers is aimed at practitioners, developers, and strategists from the open source, business, and government communities. Issues of specific interest are systems administration/automation, security/privacy, drivers/kernel, the future of Linux, open hardware/Raspberry Pi, and much more.
Application and Contact
To submit your presentation for CeBIT Open Source Forum, please complete the application form or send a short description of your proposal with your name and a telephone number (for potential questions) to email@example.com. Presentations should be either 30 or 45 minutes long (including a short Q&A session) in either English or German.
Presentation slots are allocated by an international jury of open source experts, with a small number of slots reserved for sponsors. Please contact Petra Jaser if you are interested.
The adjacent joint exhibition area Open Source Park features open source-based IT solutions from small and medium-sized companies (contact: Bettina Koch).
CeBIT 2015 takes place in Hannover, Germany, from March 16 to 20, 2015. The deadline for submissions for the Open Source Forum is Sunday, January 25, 2015.
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