I'd find it useful if people who are submitting names would also
submit a brief description for your suggestion (what s/he is famous
for, why s/he'd be a good keynote, etc. - I know some of you already
did this)  Think of it as courting the lazy crowd (ie, people who
won't Google a name)... with a bunch of programmers, this might be a
good sized contingent.


On Thu, Jul 23, 2009 at 10:24 AM, Andreas
Orphanides<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> The time has come once again to commence discussion of possible keynote
> speakers for the upcoming Code4Lib 2010 conference in Asheville!
> If you've got any suggestions for a speaker who'd be engaging,
> knowledgeable, and foolhardy enough to accept this high honor, throw their
> names to the list for discussion.
> We here at Code4Lib 2010 World Headquarters, deep under the sea, will accept
> nominations until *September 16, 2009*. Shortly thereafter we will open the
> polls for online voting.
> All suggestions and comments are welcome! Discuss away!
> Andreas Orphanides
> Code4Lib 2010 Keynote Speakers Committee

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