Jasig 2010 CFP
jess at jessmitchell.com
Thu Oct 29 14:30:12 UTC 2009
Have a look at this CFP for Jasig 2010. This upcoming Ten Year
conference is sure to be amazing.
> Subject: Call for Proposals: Jasig 2010
> Ten Years of Open Source Innovation
> March 8 - 10, 2010
> The Town and Country Resort, San Diego, California
> Supplementary Seminars on March 7th and the afternoon of March 10th
> Developer Workshops, March 11 - 12
> Call for Proposals now open
> Deadline for submission of proposals for half or full day seminars:
> November 4, 2009
> Deadline for submission of proposals for all other sessions:
> November 18, 2009
> Conference site: http://www.ja-sig.org/conferences/10spring/index.html
> Dear Colleague:
> Help us celebrate Jasig's 10th anniversary in San Diego with
> outstanding speakers and special events.
> The focus is on innovation this year. We'll be highlighting new and
> established work from higher education institutions: Projects you
> should know about; local projects in search of community; creative
> work by established communities of practice; projects that exist
> only as a gleam in the eye of a creative developer.
> Come and see presentations and seminars on new technologies soon to
> impact higher education. We're seeking talks on topics such as
> Scala, Spring 3, deployment to the Cloud, Groovy, Grails, REST,
> Jersey, mobile applications, etc.
> We invite you to propose talks, seminars, birds-of-a-feather
> sessions, demos, and poster session displays on new and current
> campus applications: Enterprise portlets, CAS, uPortal, Bedework
> Calendar, Identity & Access Management, Fluid, ESUP Helpdesk,
> OpenRegistry, Sakai, Kuali, Internet2 Middleware Solutions, Fedora
> and DSpace, and others.
> Talks will be presented in one of four tracks:
> Designing & Developing
> For developers, architects, UX designers, testers. Presentations for
> people who build applications.
> Deploying & Integrating
> For people who need to make applications work on campus: developers,
> content providers, team leaders, evangelists. In particular, we
> would like to highlight work that integrates open source projects
> within the enterprise infrastructure and with each other.
> Managing & Governing
> What are best practices for managing community source projects or
> their deployments on campus? For encouraging adoption? For gaining
> acceptance and campus buy-in? For engaging your community in the
> processes? Presentations for managers, team leaders, executives,
> planners and strategists.
> Looking Ahead
> What are the technologies that will impact higher education in the
> coming years? What project work, prototypes, plans, and local campus
> applications would you like to share with a community of your peers?
> Half-day Supplementary Seminars will be held in the morning and
> afternoon on Sunday, March 7th as well as on Wednesday (March 10th)
> Proposals may be entered on the Jasig Conference Website. Proposals
> require a Title, an Abstract (under 500 words), a Presenter Profile,
> and some basic affiliation information. This year we are also
> asking proposal submitters to select tags that best describe their
> Submit your proposal directly at http://www.ja-sig.org/jasigconf/call-form.jsp?conf_id=jasig17
> or from the conference home page, where you can find all the
> details: http://www.ja-sig.org/conferences/10spring/index.html
> (Click the Call for Proposals link on the left).
> We look forward to seeing you at Ten Years of Open Source Innovation!
> -The Jasig 2010 Spring Conference Planning Committee
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