DebConf9 Call for Papers: We invite submissions of proposals for papers, presentations, discussion sessions and tutorials for Debconf9. Submissions will be accepted until April 15th.
This year submission of a formal written paper for the conference proceedings
is again optional, though encouraged. Providing a written paper in advance
means that interested people can attend your session ready with ideas for
discussion, and especially helps those who find it hard to follow rapid
DebConf talks will be broadcast live on the internet where possible, and
videos of the talks will be published on the web along with the presentation
slides and papers.
To submit papers, first register for DebConf as described in the mail
registration send to firstname.lastname@example.org today. Then use the ‘New
event/paper’ button on https://penta.debconf.org/penta/submission/dc9 and
fill in information about your submission on the various tabs. You can use
the same interface to submit papers for DebConf and DebCamp, by choosing the
Looking forward to welcoming you to Cáceres in July, the DebConf team
DebConf is the Debian Project’s developer conference. In addition to a full
schedule of technical, social and policy talks, DebConf provides an
opportunity for developers, contributors and other interested people to meet
in person and work together more closely. It has taken place annually since
2000 in locations as varied as Canada, Finland, Mexico, Scotland, and
DebConf9 will take place in Cáceres from Friday 24th until Thursday 30th
DebConf will be preceded by DebCamp, from Thursday 16th until Thursday 23rd
July. DebCamp is a smaller, less formal event giving an opportunity for
group work on Debian projects.
If you are interested in helping by working as a volunteer during DebConf,
please contact email@example.com
If you or your company are interested in sponsoring DebConf by donating money
or lending equipment, please contact the sponsorship team at
More information about DebConf9 can be found on the conference website:
The Debian Project is an association of Free Software developers who
volunteer their time and effort in order to produce the free operating system
Cáceres (pronounced like Katheres, with an accent on the a) is the capital of
Cáceres Province. There have been settlements near Cáceres since prehistoric
times. Evidence of this can be found in the caves of Maltravieso and El
Conejar. The city was founded by the ancient Romans in 25 BC.
The old town, or Ciudad Monumental, still has its ancient walls; this part of
town is also well known for its multitude of storks’ nests. The walls
contain a perfect medieval town setting with no outward signs of modernity.
For this reason many films have been shot here. The Universidad de
Extremadura and two astronomical observatories are also located in Cáceres.
Cáceres was declared a World Heritage City by UNESCO in 1986 because of the
city’s blend of Roman, Islamic, Northern Gothic and Italian Renaissance
styles, fruit of the many battles fought here throughout history. An amazing
30 towers from the Muslim period still stand in Cáceres, of which the Torre
del Bujaco is the most famous.
For more information please see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cáceres,_Spain
which this text was based on.