Call for Participation: The Bazaar Dec 14-15, 1999 an EarthWeb EventAug 28, 1999, 05:53 (0 Talkback[s])
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The Bazaar is the foremost interactive educational event in support of the free and open source software movement. This movement, founded and supported through a massive global development community, embodies two major segments of the software industry committed to solving complex computing problems for users, notably in the area of enterprise and internet-based development:
1) The Free and Open Source Community - this community is composed of the visionaries, risk takers, designers, coders, and maintainers of the growing number of foundation technologies available today as free and open source software.
2) Product and Service Companies - leadership software, hardware and service enterprises motivated by the passion and excellence of the community and driven by the promise of the resultant technologies. Product companies embrace the foundation projects and build upon them. They also insure that popular layered application, tools, middleware, languages, and more can live with, and enhance, the open source accomplishments.
The Bazaar is the only conference to provide a separate but equal voice to both parties for the benefit of the end user. The Bazaar not only provides an environment for the visionaries of Open Source to meet and discuss current and future advancements in the community but also provides the only hands-on and workshop oriented instruction for users taught by leading product and education companies in the industry.
Community and Projects:
Each submission will be evaluated for technical excellence and community and/or industry relevance.
Product Implementations and Case
are eligible to present at The Bazaar. A select number of vendors will be given the opportunity to deliver hands-on sessions or interactive architectural workshops that highlight their product, service or educational efforts. A limited number of 300 desktop Linux systems will be made available to teach development methodologies, products or product suites.
Submissions may take the following form:
Submissions will be evaluated for:
If you are proposing a hands-on sessions please specify whether you are requesting a 3 or 5 hour slot. Shorter sessions will not be considered. If a topic warrants more than 5 hours of hands-on please specify as it may qualify for a special boot camp.
Please submit all entries to email@example.com. Authors will be notified of receipt of submission via e-mail. If you do not receive notification, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information or instruction on how to submit to The Bazaar please contact Lydia Bennett, Conference Chair, email@example.com. General information on The Bazaar can be found at http://wwwthebazaar.org.
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