We’re seeking a wide range of papers across the whole spectrum, encompassing programming and software to desktop and userland, education, community and law…
Some typical topics (but not limited to these) include:
- Aspects of kernel development, including recent data structures and algorithm developments
- Database and File system developments
- Desktop topics, covering aspects of the user experience
- Networking topics, from device drivers to servers
- Novice user’s introduction to exploring FOSS
- Professional development, including Software Engineering & System Administration techniques
- Scalability, both embedded and enterprise
- Development topics, including concurrency and toolchain advancements
- Open Source Software usage, including business, education & research
- Graphics & sound advancements, from low level drivers to end-user applications
- Open Source culture, including open content creation
More information is here, and submissions close August 7.
Unlike for the previous three conferences (Melbourne 08, Hobart 09, Wellington 10), I’m not heavily involved in selections: I will be reviewing abstracts but not (co-)chairing the process. I probably won’t even be at the infamous day-long meeting to finalise selections, a long awaited visit from Andrew’s sister will clash.
I’m hoping to attend the conference — it’s fairly safe to say by now that unlike this year, it will not clash with giving birth — but I’m not sure yet. It probably will clash with producing a PhD thesis, and ACL (computational linguistics’ main conference) usually has a deadline that nicely clashes with LCA too.