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NLUUG Call for Papers : Autumn Conference November 9, 2000

Jul 10, 2000, 19:29 (0 Talkback[s])
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The Dutch Unix User Group NLUUG calls upon people who have an interesting contribution for a tutorial or presentation to submit an abstract before August 25, 2000, for review by the program committee.

Abstracts should be submitted via WWW using the URL: www.nluug.nl/cgi-bin/nj2000-abstract-uk.

Presentations and tutorials are being solicited in areas including but not limited to:

Security tools and techniques: Network Intrusion Detection, practical cryptography and auditing
Integration of systems and applications
High-available systems, clustering
Parallel computing
(Hierarchical) storage/backup
Networking: traffic shaping, IP filtering, integrating new technologies
Tuning: kernel, webservers, mailsystems, TCP/IP stack
Software development
Kernel-hacking
Nomadic and wireless computing
System and network performance tuning
File Systems (and file system internals)

Authors of selected submissions must provide a final paper for publication in the conference proceedings. These final papers are held in the highest confidence prior to publication in the conference proceedings. By agreeing to present your paper at the NLUUG autumn 2000 conference, you also give license to the conference organizers that it may be published in the members-only area on the NLUUG website.

Subjects will have to be discussed in depth (hence the title ;-). However, the subjects themselves can but do not have to be about leading edge technology. We foresee two tracks in this conference. One with in depth discussions of leading edge UNIX related technology, and one with in depth presentations about known practice.

As an additional note : talks can be held in Dutch or English.