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EuroBSDCon Sep 28/29 2013 in Malta: Last Call for Proposals

Important Dates

Sep 26-29: Tutorials and Talks in St. Julian's, Malta

Mid June:  Registration opens

May 27:    Request for Proposals Closes

EuroBSDcon is the European technical conference for users and developers
of BSD-based systems. The conference will take place Thursday, September
26 through Sunday, September 29 at the Hilton (
in St. Julian's, Malta (tutorials on Thursday and Friday, talks on
Saturday and Sunday).

Last Call for Talk Proposals

The EuroBSDcon program committee is inviting BSD developers and users to
submit innovative and original talk proposals not previously presented
at other European conferences.

Topics of interest to the conference include, but are not limited to
applications, architecture, implementation, performance and security of
BSD-based operating systems, as well as topics concerning the economic
or organizational aspects of BSD use.

Presentations are expected to be 45 minutes and are to be delivered in

Last Call for Tutorial Proposals

The EuroBSDcon program committee is also inviting qualified
practitioners in their field to submit proposals for half or full day
tutorials on topics relevant to development, implementation and use of
BSD-based systems.

Half-day tutorials are expected to be 2.5 to 3 hours and full-day
tutorials 5 to 6 hours. Tutorials are to be held in English.


Proposals should be sent by email to <>. They
should contain a short and concise proposal abstract in about 100 words.

The submission should also include a short CV of the speaker and an
estimate of the expected travel expenses. Please submit each proposal as
a separate email.

RFP Deadline

The EuroBSDcon program committee is accepting talk and tutorial
proposals until Monday, May 27 2013.

We are looking forward to your proposals and to see you at EuroBSDcon!

Adrian Steinmann
On behalf of the EuroBSDcon 2013 Program Committee

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