We've had five very good talks proposed so far; it'd be great to have
even more. The deadline is this Friday, November 13th.
As a reminder, you may submit your talk proposal at
details are below.
On Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 14:25, Michael J. Giarlo
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> We are now accepting proposals for prepared talks for Code4lib 2010.
> Code4lib 2010 is a loosely-structured conference for library
> technologists to commune, gather/create/share ideas and software, be
> inspired, and forge collaborations. The conference will be held from
> Monday, February 22nd (pre-conference day) to Thursday, February 25th,
> 2010 in Asheville, NC, US. More information can be found at
> Head over to the call for proposals page at
> http://wiki.code4lib.org/index.php/2010talks_Submissions and submit
> your idea for a prepared talk for this year's conference! Proposals
> should be no longer than 500 words, and preferably many less.
> Prepared talks are 20 minutes (including setup and questions), and
> focus on one or more of the following areas:
> * tools (some cool new software, software library or integration platform)
> * specs (how to get the most out of some protocols, or proposals for new ones)
> * challenges (one or more big problems we should collectively address)
> The community will vote on proposals using the criteria of:
> * usefulness
> * newness
> * geekiness
> * diversity of topics
> We cannot accept every prepared talk proposal, but multiple lightning
> talk and breakout sessions will provide everyone who wishes to present
> with an opportunity to do so.
> Proposals can be submitted through November 13th. Voting will commence
> soon thereafter and be open through December 1st. Successful
> candidates will be notified by December 3rd.
> We look forward to your participation!
> -Code4Lib 2010 Conference Program Committee
> * Kevin Clarke
> * Gabriel Farrell
> * Mike Giarlo
> * Susan Teague-Rector
> * Roy Tennant